Timiskaming First Nation
Saint Kateri Tekakwitha Mission
Mass schedule : (at the Saint Kateri Chapel): to be announced.
Christmas Mass : in English, at 4 p.m. at Saint-Joseph's Church (Notre-Dame-du-Nord)
Mass at the Anicinabe Long Term Care Centre :
Wednesday, December 6, 2023 at 10:00 a.m.
Wednesday, December 13, 2023 at 10:00 a.m.
Wednesday, December 20, 2023 at 10:00 a.m.
No Mass scheduled for December 27, 2023
Mgr Guy Boulanger invites you to share in this prayer for the new pastoral year.
Click on the image below for the pastoral prayer.
- Those who would like to get information about Baptism, First Communion, Confirmation and Catholic burials, kindly contact Réjean Goudreault
Saint Kateri Tekakwitha Chapel8, Kateri Street
Timiskaming First Nation (Notre-Dame du Nord) QC J0Z 3B0
Réjean Goudreault - 819-723-2089 - firstname.lastname@example.org
Priest for the community :
Father Rénal Dufour 819-723-2388 - email@example.com
Statement of the Canadian Bishops on the Statement by the Vatican on the " Doctrine of Discovery " - March 30, 2023.
"That We May Walk Together"
On 8 February 2023, the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops issued the following pastoral letter on reconciliation with Indigenous Peoples. Intended as a framework for local engagement with Indigenous Peoples, the letter addressed to First Nations is the fruit of many months of listening, encounter, and dialogue with them, including through Listening Circles, the Indigenous Delegation to the Vatican in April 2022, and Pope Francis’ Apostolic Voyage to Canada in July of the same year.
Week of Prayer for Christian Unity
A contribution from Father Reegan Soosai CMF.
As part of the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity (January 18 to 25, 2023), Father Reegan Soosai prepared a reflection document on our social context, especially with regard to the Indigenous reality as presented to him.
Click here to access the document (in PDF), and enjoy reading.
Father Reegan Soosai CMF wrote a poem in memory of Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI (born Joseph Ratzinger), on the occasion of his passing on December 31, 2022. Click here for the English version of the poem. Thank you, Father Reegan, for sharing it with us.
Bishops of Canada Deepen Their Commitments to Walk Together with Indigenous Partners on the Healing and Reconciliation Journey - Sept 29 2022