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Office of Justice and Peace

Treaty Elder Series

The Treaty Elder Series is being hosted by Saints Martyrs Canadiens on Sunday May 28th following the 10am Mass.  Coming out of the Calls to Action of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission the event offers the audience the opportunity to simply to listen to the richness of Indigenous spirituality and culture.  Elder Agnes Desjarlais is the keynote speaker along with a presentation from Lyndon Linklater of the Office of the Treaty Commissioner.  All are welcome with the event concluding around 12:30 with lunch.  For more information please contact Myron Rogal at

Sex Addiction

What is Sex Addiction?

“It is a sign, a signal, a symptom of distress.  It is a language that tells us about a plight that must be understood.”  -Alice Miller

Tell the government what you DO like:

The Call to Family Life, Spring, 2017 - It has been nearly one year since the Government of Canada unrolled the new the new Canada Child Benefit.  This federal benefit is having a positive impact on Canadian families large and small by giving funds to families to enable them to make healthy choices for their children. The tax structure has also been made friendlier for parents to take time away from work to be with their kids.  Such policies can help to promote and support family life.

Tell the government what you DON’T like

On March 8, 2017, the Government of Canada announced $650 million over three years to further "sexual and reproductive health and rights,” including abortion, in countries around the world. 

Challenging and Supporting Political Action

Challenging and Supporting Political Action

  1. Christians have a call to make the world better and a call to build relationships of love, respect and community with all people.
  2. Matthew 18:15-18 - Reproving Another Who Sins

Political, but not Partisan

Catholic Social Teaching: Political, but not Partisan 

We all know that factors such as the availability of health care, access to land and food, safe and affordable housing, quality education, peace and freedom from violence and oppression can deeply influence the length and quality of people's lives. The call to social justice is to address these issues where needed, especially with a concern towards those struggling most in our midst, in order to change lives for the better.

Support for Persecuted Christians fundraising dinner: RESCHEDULED for Sunday, April 30!

Support for Persecuted Christians: the 4th Annual Fundraiser for Persecuted Christians has been RESCHEDULED!  Oringinally scheduled for Sunday, March 19 it will now be held Sunday, April 30 at the Cathedral of the Holy Family, 123 Nelson Road, Saskatoon, featuring an East Indian buffet at 6 p.m., followed by a program and entertainment by guitarist Zeljko Bilandzic. All proceeds go to refugee sponsorship.

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