FEBRUARY 16 2021 UPDATED COVID-19

February 16, 2021 the following health measures are still in effect. All places of worship must reduce capacity to 30 people, including wedding, funeral, and baptismal services. No food or drink may be present or served. These measures will remain in effect until March 19, 2021

 

CHRIST THE REDEEMER  ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING

AGM ON ZOOM MARCH 7th AT 1:00PM, CLICK HERE TO VIEW AND PARTICIPATE:  If you are asked for a passcode when entering ZOOM use:  344890

NOTICE OF MOTION:  PLEASE REVIEW HERE.

CLICK HERE TO READ PPC AND FINANCE REPORTS

Please make an effort to join your AGM.  All positions presently have candidates nominated.  Hope to see you virtually (on ZOOM) at your AGM on March 7th at 1:00 PM.  

Thank You and God Bless

 

                                                                                                       

Lenten Podcasts are here.  Follow the Links below:

Fist Sunday of Lent Podcast

Second Sunday of Lent Podcast - Father Thomas

"With the entire human family suffering from COVID-19, the Share Lent campaign invites us to share love and express solidarity with our sisters and brothers in the Global South, whose vulnerabilities are being exacerbated by the pandemic. Remembering the inherent dignity of all human beings, let us heed the Pope’s reminder that “justice and solidarity, are not achieved once and for all; they have to be realized each day.” (Fratelli Tutti, 11.) Click on the 'Share Lent calendar' button below for an interactive journey to follow throughout Lent and check out devp.org for online events."

Links to Follow:  

Share Lent Calendar

Give Now

Lent begins February 17 and we are excited to offer a great resource to help make this Lent a grace-filled and fruitful season. 

PLEASE FOLLOW THIS LINK FOR MORE INFORMATION AND TO SIGN UP FOR FREE.

ADDITIONAL SATURDAY MASS:  Beginning next Saturday, February 13th, we will have a 2nd Mass—at 7:00 pm. This will allow more people to attend on the weekend. This is a temporary measure, until SHA guidelines allow more people to gather in church.

Communion After 11:00 AM Mass

Beginning this Sunday January 10, 2021, Father Thomas will be available from 12 noon to 12:20 PM to give Communion to parishioners who watched a live stream Mass.  

PLEASE CLICK ON THE PICTURE ABOVE TO READ "GENERAL CHECK POINTS"

FEBRUARY 16TH - UPDATED COVID-19 MESSAGE

Existing SHA measures will remain in effect until next update, March 19, 2021.

Places of Worship:  All places of worship must reduce capacity to 30 people, including wedding, funeral, and baptismal services. No food or drink may be present or served.  

Please Contact the Parish Office to Pre-register for Weekend Masses

It is mandatory that wearing a mask will be required at all celebrations of the Mass and all other parish gatherings. All persons attending any parish event are required to wear non-medical face masks from the time they enter the building until they have exited the building.

It is also important to make sure you sanitize your hands. Failure to follow these guidelines could result in the church being fined. We also have a free-standing hand sanitizer. Please do not touch the unit. All you need to do is place your hand under the unit and the sensor will dispense the solution. We thank you for your continued understanding, cooperation, and prayers for an end to this pandemic.

A Prayer for Life

Follow this link Lord, we thank you for the gift of life...

Pray the Rosary with Christ the Redeemer through ZOOM on Wednesday evening at 8:00PM.  Please follow the LINK to connect.  

Daily Masses

From Archdiocese of Regina 

New Link  Archdiocese Masses

Mass Dates & Times

Saturday 5:00 PM

Sunday 9:00 AM; 11:00 AM

Monday No Mass

Tuesday & Thursday 7:00 PM

Wednesday & Friday 9:00 AM

Please Contact the Parish Office to Pre-register for Weekend Masses; PLEASE BRING YOUR OWN MASKS

Office Hours:

Monday to Friday

8:30 AM to Noon

1:00 PM to 4:30 PM

"Go, my people, go to your private room, shut yourselves in.  Hide yourselves a little while until the retribution has passed."

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