We’re less than a month away from Steubenville Atlantic! On July 7-9, we will welcome over 600 young Catholics, chaperones, and volunteers to Dalhousie University Campus for our eleventh Steubenville Atlantic conference. This year’s conference theme is “Elevate,” based on Revelation 21:5, “Behold, I make all things new.” The theme speaks to the reality that God calls us higher and raises us beyond things of this world.
Let the Holy Father and other church leaders know how you feel about the Church, current issues, and your faith. In preparation for the 2018 Synod of Bishops that will focus on youth, the Vatican has launched an online questionnaire to gain a better understanding of the lives, attitudes, and concerns of young people ages 16-29.
Ever wonder about the history of our Cathedral? Why is it called a basilica anyway? Where does the priest get ready for Mass? Come and find out! The Cathedral will be offering guided tours, free of charge, during the summer months of June and August. Tours are offered Monday to Friday at 9:00am, 10:00am, 1:00pm and 2:30pm. Donations are welcome!
Please note: Saint Mary’s Cathedral Basilica is an active parish and a place of worship. Tours are subject to cancellation in the event of a special booking such as a private mass or wedding rehearsal.
The faith community of Saint Peter & Saint Paul's Parish invite you to come together with them on Saturday, June 24 for some fun anniversary events.
Misa en español – Se celebrará una misa en español el domingo 25 de junio a las 3 pm en la iglesia de San Pedro, Dartmouth (10 Maple St.). En esta ocasión oraremos de manera especial por el retorno de paz y justicia en Venezuela. Todos están invitados. Posterior a la misa habrá un convivio en el Centro Parroquial.
All are welcome to join in a multi-faith prayer service in celebration of Canada Day. The event, A Prayer for Peace and Prosperity, will happen at 9:15am on Saturday, July 1 at the McNally Theatre, Saint Mary’s University Campus, 940 Robie Street, Halifax.
In July the Franciscans of Halifax will welcome Fr. Emanuele Rimoli, OFM Conv. to offer a couple of faith formation opportunities. Fr. Emanuele, a Conventual Franciscan Friar, is a professor of Christian Anthropology and Eschatology in Rome at the International College of St. Bonaventure Seraphicum.