Journey Through Lent Video Series:  Weekly Reflections for the Lenten Season by the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops

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The Diocese of Sault Ste. Marie is once again hosting the 2023 Northern Ontario Catholic Leadership Conference on Saturday, February 24, 2024 at St. Joseph-Scollard Hall in North Bay.  Registration for this event is now open – t    CLICK HERE FOR POSTER WITH DETAILS

Free Living with Christ prayer resources and downloads of the daily mass texts:  Living with Christ, English Canadian Edition

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Catechesis of the Good Shepherd Atrium is a Christian formation for children ages 3 through 12 and based on the teaching methods of Maria Montessori and on the understanding that there is a deep bond between God and each child. The Atrium is a place where children grow in the knowledge of Jesus and his love and are provided hands-on materials encouraging them to explore and deepen their experience with this love at their own pace. Find out more about the Atrium by watching our video and if you are interested in finding out more about our Atrium, would like a tour, or would like to bring your child out to our gatherings contact Erin Tayler at 705-840-8509 or    Take a tour of the Catechesis of the Good Shepherd Atrium:  TOUR VIDEO

Free 25 minute Children’s Liturgy videos every week.  This interactive program encourages children to participate and appeals to various learning styles.  It also helps children understand the Gospels and their faith more fully!    View the Link:  VIEW HERE


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Catechism of the Catholic Church


Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops:
Through the work of its members, the Conference is involved in matters of national and international scope in areas such as ecumenism and interfaith dialogue, theology, social justice, aid to developing countries, the protection of human life, liturgy, communications and Christian education. The Conference also provides the Bishops with a forum where they can share their experience and insights on the life of the Church and the major events that shape our society.


Assembly of Catholic Bishops of Ontario:
The Assembly of Catholic Bishops of Ontario is the association of the Catholic bishops in the Province of Ontario in the service of Catholics of Ontario. 
By its very nature, the ACBO is a forum where the Bishops of Ontario reflect together and collaborate on projects to proclaim, celebrate and live the Good News of Jesus Christ in our province. It is an instrument of the collegiality that binds Bishops with each other under the leadership of the Bishop of Rome in a common purpose, a common mission, a common faith.  The ACBO is one of four regional assemblies of the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops, which is located in Ottawa. The CCCB is the national association of all Catholic bishops of Canada.


North Bay Pregnancy Help & Resource Centre, 323 Algonquin Ave, North Bay, ON P1B 8J8. Open weekdays 10:00 AM–4:00 PM. Tel: 475-9270. Offering free pregnancy testing, optional counselling, a friendly non-judgmental ear, baby supplies, post-abortion grief counselling, and community service referrals.

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Birthright:  Birthright offers love, friendship, and support to women who are pregnant or think they may be pregnant. We help women make a realistic plan for their future.  Visit:  or   call  1-800-550-4900


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