Sunday at 1:00 pm, and 3:00 pm with reservation only. Please register to attend at (306) 653-4945.
St Mary's Church,
211 Avenue O South,
Wednesday at 12:00 noon with reservation only. Please register to attend at (306) 653-4945.
426 Avenue J South,
SK S7M 2A6
To the Faithful of the Diocese of Saskatoon:
As painful as the decision was to suspend all public Masses in the Diocese of Saskatoon, the process was straight-forward and necessary for the common good. As we see numbers flatten and decrease, we are beginning to sense the situation improving. ...
On March 25, 2020, the Saskatchewan Court of Appeal ruled in favour of the appeal of the Theodore case in a unanimous decision. This decision overturns the 2017 ruling that sought to restrict public funding for students who choose to attend Catholic schools in Saskatchewan but lack a Catholic baptismal certificate.
Our scheduled morning of reconciliation will be going ahead as planned on the feast of the Annunciation, March 25th, between 9 am - 12 noon. Fr. Graham will be at Guadalupe House to hear your confessions and to give absolution.
When you arrive, please knock and wait, maintaining a safe physical distance ...
On Wednesday, 25 March, the feast of the Annunciation, Pope Francis has invited “the Heads of the Churches and the leaders of every Christian community, together with all Christians of the various confessions, to invoke the Almighty, the omnipotent God, to recite at the same time the prayer that Jesus, our ...
We are the Roman Catholic Diocese of Saskatoon’s First Nations, Métis and Non-Aboriginal peoples Church. Our desire is to offer to the Aboriginal Community of Saskatoon an opportunity to experience the Catholic Faith through the traditions and spirituality of our Aboriginal culture.
Our Lady of Guadalupe Parish helps Saskatoon’s First Nations and Métis people to walk with one foot in our traditional teachings and the other in our Catholic faith. Both elements are important to our spiritual identity. We pray using symbols, music and rituals which are meaningful to our People and to our cultures.
Our celebration of the Eucharist incorporates elements of our tradition, such as smudging with the four sacred plants, praying the Great Amen in the four directions using the sacred drum, and honouring our Creator with gifts offered on a Star Blanket.