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Archbishop’s Dinner

Archbishop’s Dinner

The 4th Annual Archbishop’s Dinner & Silent Auction is only 2 weeks away! Don’t miss your opportunity to hear Cardinal Lacroix speak and support the new Ministry of Care and Companionship. This ministry will support our diocese in education, awareness and training on care for those afflicted in our parishes.

Notice of Clarification

In recent days there has been a case of mistaken identity that has attributed the views of a member of the public to be that of a diocesan employee with a similar name. This notice is to clarify that the recently published opinions on the ongoing sale of Canadian Martyrs Parish were expressed by Dr. Cathy Driscoll a professor in the Department of Management at Saint Mary’s University not Ms. Cathy Driscoll-Cainen a long-standing employee of the Archdiocese of Halifax-Yarmouth.

Ms. Driscoll-Cainen is responsible for the Catholic Cemeteries of Halifax. Her role is to provide pastoral care and compassionate guidance for families as they arrange the final resting place of a loved one who has died.

Father J. Murray Abraham Day

A reception will be held at City Hall in Halifax, Nova Scotia on September 21, 2016, from 3:00pm - 5:00pm, to celebrate the life of Father Joseph Murray Abraham SJ.

Knights of Columbus: Respect for Women Walk

Knights of Columbus: Respect for Women Walk

The Knights of Columbus of the greater Halifax, Dartmouth, Lower Sackville area will be sponsoring and leading a “Walk” with the theme of “Men’s Respect for Women” on Sunday, September 25.The Walk will start at Victoria Park, Spring Garden Road in Halifax at 1:30 pm.

Today in the Roman Catholic Church

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