In the interest of preventing the further spread of COVID-19 and to safeguard the health and well-being of the faithful, Most Reverend Albert LeGatt, Archbishop of St. Boniface, grants to all Catholic faithful of the Archdiocese of St. Boniface dispensation from their Sunday obligation.
BE HAPPY AT ALL TIMES; PRAY CONSTANTLY; AND FOR ALL THINGS GIVE THANKS TO GOD!
Sunday Mass: 11:00am
Sunday Catechism: 9:30am **CANCELLED**
Reconciliation: as arranged with Father
Office Hours with Father Gabriel:
Hours will be kept unless advised otherwise.Please phone before coming. Father Gabriel can also be reached at (204) 333-5863.
WELCOME TO OUR COMMUNITY
St. Hyacinthe is a vibrant and active community sharing their faith together. We are of Catholic origin but welcome all people to our celebrations and to explore their faith.
Masses are offered every Sunday. There is an active Catechism program for children. And our Knights of Columbus are active in helping within the church and the community.
A Board of Trustees oversees church function and a pastoral council manages all the categories that make our church community prosper.
MESSAGE FROM FATHER
Dear brothers and sisters in Christ, It is with joy and humility that I accept my appointment as Pastor of St. Hyacinthe Parish of La Salle. Since August 1st, I have begun this new chapter in my priestly life with confidence. I was born and raised in the small francophone town of St. Jean Baptiste, Manitoba, son of Marie-Therese (Damphousse) and Alcide Levesque(+), the youngest of four, following Louise(+), Richard and Jocelyne. I am 50 years old. I have been a priest for 16 years.
I was ordained in the St. Boniface Cathedral on June 5, 2003, by Bishop Emilius Goulet, on the feast of Saint Boniface, our archdiocese’s patron saint. Together, through mutual appreciation and collaboration, may we continue to grow as life-giving people, as loving children of God, and especially as a dynamic Christian community.
Thank you all for welcoming me into the parish community!
–Father Gabriel Levesque