Here is the letter written by the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops in response to the changes in admissibility criteria for the "Canada Summer Jobs" Program published on the Employment and Social Develeopment Canada website in December.
Visit the Diocesan Gift Shop located at 645 Murray Avenue in Bathurst for your Christmas shopping needs.
You would like to offer a heartfelt gift to your loved ones...
The gift shop has a wide variety of reasonably priced religious items for all occasions!
Gift ideas for all ages!
Our hours of operation are from Monday through Friday from 9am to 4pm.
PLEASE NOTE :
located at the bishop’s residence
645 Murray Avenue in Bathurst
will be closed from
Monday Aug. 7 to Friday Aug. 18 inclusively.
Thank You for your understanding.
to Sainte-Anne-du-Bocage (Caraquet)
Please note that all masses and activities are held in French.
Preacher : Msgr Jean-Yves Molinas, newly appointed rector of the Ste-Anne-du-Bocage Shrine
Date : July 2nd
Time : 1:30pm to 3:30pm
Place : Patio of the Sacred Heart Cathedral rectory in Bathurst
Cost : Free!
When: Sunday July 2nd
11:00am : Opening Mass
12 noon : Lunch outside (meat pie, salad, dessert, and beverage)
1 noon to 9:00om : Booths are open (Great prizes to be won!)
1:00pm to 7:00pm : Bingo under the big tent
1:30pm to 8:00pm : Restaurant open (Offering hotdogs and hamburgers)
4:30pm to 6:00pm : Supper (hot beef meal with dessert of homemade pastries)
7:00pm : BIG Bingo games for 1000$
To celebrate Saint Anne's Day, the Saint Anne's parish in Listugui, Quebec will be organising a novena as well as several masses. During these celebrations, there will also be dinners, games for children, and the religious gift shop will be open.
Here is the celebration schedule (Please note that all celebrations are on New Brunswick time) :
Novena in honour of Saint Anne
Every evening from July 17th to the 25th, 2017 (bilingual celebrations)
Our bishop, Msgr. Daniel Jodoin, will proceed to the blessing of the animals on Sunday, June 11, at 3 p.m. at the Sacred Heart Cathedral in Bathurst. This blessing reminds us that animals are created by God to be loved and respected. By this blessing, the church recognizes that these animals are important in God’s eyes. For many, an animal becomes a faithful companion and as such a sign of God’s compassion and comfort in times of health and sickness. Invitation to bring your dogs, cats, and other animals to this blessing.