SUPPORT

The Service of Marriage, Family and Life promotes a culture that respects the dignity of each and every person, throughout the different stages of life, from conception until natural death. We encourage the faithful, as well as all members of society, to reconsider how to promote and enhance the value of life and defend human dignity. 

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The Great Struggle of Our Age

"In the late 20th century, and into the 21st, no issue has been more important in the United States than abortion...abortion is the issue of the day in which an entire class of people have been denied their humanity — completely. The very personhood of the unborn is denied, and the consequence in the United States alone has been 50 million deaths." - By Supreme Knight Carl A. Anderson 1/1/2021

Winnipeg Life's Vision has licensed, through CCBR, an unlimited license to use the Study Series "A Christian's Guide to Defending Life in the Womb" to provide this formation. It is also about healing those who have suffered from abortion - all too common in today's secular world - 1 in every 4 pregnancies in our country.

This series is designed to run over five weeks, meeting once a week. Sessions begin with a 30 min. educational video by one of CCBR’s speakers and continue with small group discussions guided by facilitator and participant guides.

Click here for more details.

Click here to see a promotional video.

Join the Journey - Body, Mind and Spirit

The Catholic Health Association of Manitoba is inviting you to participate in an 8 week (2-hour sessions) Join the Journey – Body, Mind and Spirit Spiritual Care program starting the week of January 12th via Zoom. This formation will take place during the afternoon.  In addition to the video content, the course includes a participant workbook, group discussions, practical exercises, individual activities, and online assessments. The program is suitable for a wide range of people who are supporting parishioners who are aged or sick or volunteer, caregivers or employees involved in taking care of older people in Long-Term Care homes or other seniors' housing. 

 

The registration fee is $100. Click here for a brochure.

To register call Julie Turenne-Maynard at 204-235-3136 or go to this link: https://join-the-journey-body-mi.eventcreate.com

Help for Families During COVID-19

Focus on the Family Canada is here to help you and your loved ones thrive at home

There are sections on Family devotions, parenting, activities for kids, marriage and life challenges.

For more information or support: https://www.focusonthefamily.ca/covid-19

Marriage and Separation

Support for Marriages, Separation, and Divorce

MISSION: To engage all parishioners in strengthening and supporting families in our parish, one marriage at a time.

Our goal at MMOC is to help parishioners foster strong marriages, relationships and families.

We have programs, presentations, workshops, classes, resources, and support groups to help you achieve this.

For more information or support: https://www.mmoc.ca/parish-groups/marriage-and-separation

COVID-19 Pandemic - Spiritual Resources

 

In light of the current COVID-19 pandemic, we are all being asked to partake in a Eucharistic Fast at this time in an effort to help do our part in slowing the spread of the COVID-19 virus.

As Archbishop LeGatt stated it so well in the “Pandemic Preparation Liturgical Protocol No. III for the Novel Coronavirus COVID-19”:

The Sunday celebration of the Eucharist is the very heart of our Catholic life, and I realize that this directive will be a cause of great suffering. However, we observe this as our civic duty at this time, and offer this moment in sacrifice to God for the sake of all who are ill from the COVID-19 virus, united in prayer for all, especially the frail and vulnerable as well as all front-line health care providers.

This current pandemic is an opportunity for us to grow in our personal faith and to gather in prayer with our families and loved ones, whether we live together or connect virtually. 

For more information or support: https://www.archsaintboniface.ca/main.php?p=930