Ordinations at the Cathedral – Congratulations to our new priests, Fathers Mark McGuckin and Lucio Choi who were ordained to the Holy Order of Priesthood on Saturday, May 14, by Archbishop J. Michael Miller at Holy Rosary Cathedral.
Month: May 2016
Make Every Sunday Matter
Sunday is a time when we come together: at Mass, in the parish, in shared activities. One of the Archdiocese of Vancouver’s Priorities and Goals is to Make Every Sunday Matter. Visit rcav.org/prioritiesandgoals to read more about each of our Priorities and Goals.
Support Canadians For Conscience
Archbishop Miller states that “Bill C-14 is problematic on many levels: ambiguous as to who qualifies for assisted suicide, lacking in conscience protection for institutions, and devoid of concrete financial support for palliative care alternatives to euthanasia and assisted suicide. Canadians shouldn’t have to compromise their conscience. Legislation is expected to be in place by…
Rosary Rally at VAG
There will be a Rosary Rally at the South Plaza of the Vancouver Art Gallery, North side of Robson St, on Saturday, May 21 , at 10.00am. Please come and st support it! This year commemorates 100 years since the Angel of Fatima appeared to the three children. The Rosary will be said in honour…
Birthright Mass at Holy Rosary
BIRTHRIGHT MASS in Honor of Our Lady, at Holy Rosary Cathedral – Saturday, May 28, beginning with Rosary at 11:40am, Mass at 12:10pm, followed by Refreshments at Holy Rosary Hall. Donations of finger foods appreciated. Everyone welcome.
National Week for Life and Family
The National Week for Life and Family will be held this May 8-15 and this year’s theme is: My Family: A School of Mercy. Click here for the Catholic Organization for Life and Family (COLF)’s 2016 message, and visitgoo.gl/yGQvNs for resources developed by the Catholic Organization for Life and Family (COLF).
Canadians for Conscience for more on Bill C-14
On April 14, 2016, the federal government introduced legislation (Bill C-14) to amend the Criminal Code, making euthanasia/assisted suicide legal in Canada. Archbishop Miller states that “Bill C-14 is problematic on many levels: ambiguous as to who qualifies for assisted suicide, lacking in conscience protection for institutions, and devoid of concrete financial support for…