• Featured Bible Studies

    Mary: A Biblical Walk

    Join us for Mary: A Biblical Walk with the Blessed Mother at St. Mary Parish […]

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    Bishop’s Charity Dinner

    Knights of Columbus of the Niagara Region are hosting the Bishop’s Charity Dinner at Club […]

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    Bishop Bergie calls to help refugees

    We have all been deeply disturbed by the recent images of Syrian refugees fleeing their homeland and arriving in Europe seeking asylum. Sadly, some have not survived the journey including the very young. This is a tragedy that needs to be addressed. What can we do?

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    Diocesan Anniversary

    Save the Dates! The Catholic Diocese of St. Catharines will celebrate its 47th Anniversary on […]

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    Support the Diocese of St. Catharines

    My dear friends, Since 2010, when I was appointed as Bishop of the Diocese of […]

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    World Youth Day Pilgrimage 2016 to Krakow

    The Diocese of St. Catharines invites you to join us for our pilgrimage to World […]

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    Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults

    The Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA) is the process through which interested unbaptized adults and […]

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    ‘Laudato Si’: on the Care of our Common Home’

    Pope Francis’ first encyclical is focused on the idea of ‘integral ecology’, connecting care of the natural world with justice for the poorest and most vulnerable people. Only by radically reshaping our relationships with God, with our neighbours and with the natural world, he says, can we hope to tackle the threats facing our planet today. Science, he insists, is the best tool by which we can listen to the cry of the earth, while dialogue and education are the two keys that can “help us to escape the spiral of self-destruction which currently engulfs us”.

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    Separated and Divorced Healing Ministry

    This support group seeks to make God’s love visible by extending compassion to those who are separated or divorced, by striving to create greater awareness that their anguish can become a source of new personal and spiritual growth for themselves and a source of grace for the whole community, while always affirming our Catholic teachings and values on marriage and family life.

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