Saskatoon RC Diocese

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Diocesan Bulletin Announcements - July/August edition

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Please pray for the people of South Sudan, where civil war is raging, and causing great hardship, fear and suffering. The diocese of Saskatoon has entered into a twinning relationship with the diocese of Torit in South Sudan. Fr. Martin Vuni, who served for a time in our diocese, has sent reports about the dire situation facing South Sudan, describing how many are forced to flee their homes. Diocesan Prayer: In the face of escalating violence and strife in South Sudan, we pray as a diocesan family for our sister diocese of Torit and for the restoration of peace throughout this young country. 

Diocesan Prayer: Lord God, we pray that pastors who are beginning new postings this summer across our diocese will be blessed with a warm welcome and a spirit of collaboration.

Dicoesan Prayers from Earthcare Connections:

1.         May we do all we can to maintain sufficient species of food plants to minimize the risk that disease would weaken our food supply.      We pray to the Lord.

2.         May the Spirit guide farmers and gardeners to use sustainable ways of food production.   We pray to the Lord.

Farewell to our bishop - A message to the faithful of the diocese from our Vicar General Fr. Kevin McGee: “By now you will have heard that Bishop Don Bolen has been appointed as the Archbishop of Regina. Bishop Don hopes that the date of his instillation as Archbishop will be in mid-October but is waiting to hear back from Rome. We will advise you of details as they are known. We will have a farewell Mass, followed by a reception for Bishop Don on Wednesday, Oct. 12 at Holy Family Cathedral. Again, more details will follow in due course. We lift Bishop Don, the people of the Diocese of Saskatoon and the people of the Archdiocese of Regina in prayer during this period of transition.”

 Nest Secret Garden Tour – A self-guided tour of Saskatoon gardens in support of Nest’s work to support refugee settlement in Saskatoon will be held from 1 p.m to 5 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 7, 2016. Secret Garden Tour passports are $15 and are available at McNally Robinson Book Store, Dutch Growers and Anthology. All proceeds go to Nest, a registered charity that helps settle refugee families in the city.

NIGHTFEVER Summer Outreach at the Fringe Festival! August 5th 8-11PM @ St. Joseph's Parish. Nightfever is a privileged time with God. It is where all are invited to "Come and see" and spend time with the Lord in prayer with adoration, stillness, music, reconciliation, and conversation. Come and pray, but you can also sign up to be a volunteer with hospitality and going on the streets offering candles and invitation. To sign up as a volunteer, email youthmin [at]  


Search Retreat for ages 15-18 will be held Oct. 21-23 in Saskatoon - Where will your Search lead you? Search for Christian maturity: come find out who you are and know you are not alone. This is a chance to grow in relationship with Christ and one another. Runs from Friday, Oct. 21st at 7 p.m. to Sunday, Oct. 23pm at 3 p.m. at Bishop Mahoney High School. Deadline to register is Oct. 3rd; cost $35 (includes accommodation and all meals.). All participants must be pre-registered, with applications accepted on a first-come, first-served basis. Register online at


* Stress in Your Marriage? Retrouvaille is a program for married couples that feel bored, disillusioned, frustrated, or angry in their marriage. Some experience coldness. Others experience conflict in their relationship. Most don’t know how to change the situation or even communicate with their spouse about it. Retrouvaille can help. For confidential information about or to register for the September 16-18, 2016 weekend in Saskatoon, call Wendy or Fritz at (306) 652-7155 or email: retrouvaille [at]


* From Mourning to Dawn, the diocesan grief support group for widows and widowers is hosting their fall session, beginning on Sept 20, 2016. Facilitators, who have experienced the loss of their marriage partner, engage with participants on an 8-week journey of transformation and healing, offering support and encouragement for bereaved spouses. This program is open to participants who have been widows/widowers between 2 months and 2 years. Sessions are held on 8 consecutive Tuesdays, beginning Sept 20, 2016 from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM at the Cathedral of the Holy Family (123 Nelson Road). The cost is $35.  For more information or to register, please contact Elan at 306-679-7717 or email at cic.elan [at]   


* Blumenfeld and District Heritage Site: Enter through the Holy Door in the Year of Mercy (blessed during this year’s annual pilgrimage in June). Summer Masses will be held at Sts. Peter and Paul Church at the Blumenfeld pilgrimage site at 10 a.m. on Sunday, August 21. Blumenfeld will honor those who bring their own parish envelopes. The historic church will be open for touring on Sundays from 2-4 during the summer months. The Blumenfeld site is located 10 miles (16 km) south and 4 miles (6.4 km) east of Leader, SK.


* The Welcome Mass for Newly Arrived Priests will take place at 2:30 p.m. on July 24 at The Cathedral of the Holy Family. There will be a reception to follow. All are welcome to attend. 


* Registration for St. Thomas More Classes - Saskatoon’s only Catholic liberal arts college, St. Thomas More College, is open to all University of Saskatchewan students – either in Arts and Science or wishing to complement their degree with electives chosen from the over 230 offerings. Experience the benefits of smaller class sizes with award-winning faculty, encouraging creative and critical thinking. A reminder that registration has begun, so please check out STM courses available through our website with specific class listings found on ‘Classes and Programs.’ For further information or academic assistance call (306) 966-8900.


Bishop Budka Eparchial Stewardship Society Inc. (BBESSI) presents the Annual Eparchial Golf Tournament, Saturday, August 20th at the Aspen Links Golf Course (310 Emerald Park Rd., Regina). Registration is at 11:00 A.M., shot gun start tee off at 12:00 noon (Texas Scramble). Registration fee is $150/golfer by July 31st, $170/golfer after August 1st.  Deadline for Registration is Wednesday, August 10. The registration fee includes golf fees, cart, dinner and prizes. A charitable receipt will be issued for a portion of the Registration fee. For further details and registration form, please access our website: For Sponsorship Opportunities, visit our website at or call:  Terry at 306-584-7689 or Andrij at 306-533-2750

Mark your calendars for October 20-21, 2016 for the 73rd CHAS Conference, held at the Heritage Inn in Moose Jaw. This year’s theme is ‘HOPE FLOATS Serving in Health Care as People of Faith.' Keynote speakers will be Dr. David Kuhl, PhD and Archbishop Emeritus Sylvain Lavoie. Contact 306-655-5330, [at]   or visit  for more information.


Pope Francis has declared an Extraordinary Jubilee of Mercy this year: 

For more information about the Jubilee of Mercy see the Vatican website at: or the diocesan website:

“Jesus reveals the nature of God as that of a Father who never gives up until he has forgiven the wrong and overcome rejection with compassion and mercy. We know the parables well, three in particular: the lost sheep, the lost coin, and the father with two sons (cf. Lk 15: 1- 32). In these parables, God is always presented as full of joy, especially when he pardons. In them we find the core of the Gospel and of our faith, because mercy is presented as a force that overcomes everything, filling the heart with love and bringing consolation through pardon.”

 (Pope Francis, Misericordiae Vultus 9)

For more information about the Jubilee of Mercy see the Vatican website at: or the diocesan website:


* Join Bishop Donald Bolen for A Pilgrimage Celebration at the Cathedral of the Holy Family for the Year of Mercy Friday, Aug. 5, 2016. The diocesan Holy Year of Mercy Committee invites parishioners, families, CWL, Knights of Columbus, and/or other groups from across our diocese to consider travelling by foot or by vehicle to our diocesan Cathedral for this pilgrimage event in the Jubilee Year of Mercy. We will gather behind St. Joseph High School at 115 Nelson Road, Saskatoon at 6:30 p.m. Aug. 5 to walk together across the parking lot into the Cathedral and through the Holy Doors for Mass at 7 p.m. with Bishop Donald Bolen. Mass will be followed by adoration. The Sacrament of Reconciliation will also be available. Everyone is welcome!

Holy Doors - Plenary Indulgence - St. Paul Co-Cathedral and the Cathedral of the Holy Family in Saskatoon are among cathedrals around the world that have designated “Holy Doors of Mercy” for the Year of Mercy declared by Pope Francis. As part of deepening the experience of God’s mercy, the faithful are invited to pass through the Holy Doors as an act of pilgrim prayer, in conjunction with celebrating the sacrament of reconciliation (confession), celebrating the Eucharist with a reflection on mercy, and praying for Pope Francis’ prayer intentions to obtain the special blessing of a plenary indulgence.


Assisted Suicide and Euthanasia - Think About It:

Family members and those who provide care for dying persons are called to advocate for optimal pain and symptom relief and personal and spiritual comfort and support. Sometimes, what is most needed is that caring people be present with the dying person, to provide comfort and to show respect for the person and his or her journey. That is death with real dignity.

Find information at:  or contact the diocesan Office of Justice and Peace at the Catholic Pastoral Centre in Saskatoon: (306) 659-5841.


75th Annual Pilgrimage at Our Lady of Lourdes Shrine in Rama, SK.  1941-2016:

Vigil of the Assumption, Sunday, August 14: Supper will be at 5:00 p.m. (must pre-book: 306-593-6120). Hymns to Mary at 6:00 p.m., Confessions to follow. Mass will be at 8:00 p.m. followed by Living Rosary, Candlelight procession, Exposition & Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament. Feast of the Assumption of Mary, Monday, August 15: The day begins with “Godzinki” (morning devotional prayers in Polish) at 8:30 a.m., 9:00 a.m. Mass in Polish, 10:00 a.m. Divine Liturgy, 11:00 a.m. Station of the Cross Anointing of the Sick and Aged, 12:15 p.m. Final Mass.  Lunch will be held in the Parish Hall.



* The 11th annual Compassionate Healers Mass is being held on Tuesday October 11 at 7:00 p.m., at St. Francis Xavier Parish, 222 Willow Street (at Melrose Avenue), Saskatoon. Presider and Homilist is Bishop Donald Bolen.  Refreshments will follow. Coming together as one community this special invitation is extended to: Medical Personnel, Spiritual Care, Volunteers, Parish Nurses, Men and Women Religious in Health Care Ministry, Ministry of Care Volunteers in Parishes and Health Care Facilities and Family Caregivers, Medical and Healthcare Students. This Mass invites all to be re-energized in our professional and personal dedication and in our faith. Bound by common beliefs, we share in the healing ministry of Jesus Christ throughout the Diocese.


* ATTENTION Women of the Diocese: Thanks to the generosity of our priests the blessing of our half-day retreats will continue on the SECOND SATURDAY of each month at St. Paul’s Co-Cathedral. We continue to invite different priests to lead us. Free will offering. Coffee - 9:30 am - First meditation: 9:45 –Second Meditation: 10:45. Reconciliation will be available prior to the 12:10 p.m. mass. See you and your friends  August 13, and September 10. Use the 5th Avenue Entrance. For more information, call Donna at (306) 341-9444 if you have any questions.


Summer Mass times at STM – St. Thomas More College Chapel in Saskatoon:

  • 11 am mass resumes: Sunday, Aug. 28
  • 5 pm mass resumes: Sunday, Sept. 11

**The African Catholic Community will gather for mass at STM at 2 pm on Sunday, July 3 and 2 p.m. Sunday Aug. 7.  All are welcome to attend!!


* Announcing: a new course in the Foundations series of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Saskatoon: Christian Study of Islam: An Introduction, a 5-evening course to be offered, this fall, to Catholics and fellow-Christians at Holy Family Cathedral, 123 Nelson Road, Saskatoon, on Tuesday evenings at 7 p.m.: Oct. 18, Oct. 25, Nov. 1, Nov. 8 (at mosque) and Nov. 15. This is a pioneering course in our region of western Canada. It will be led by Sr. Phyllis Kapuscinski, NDS, Fr. Colin Clay (Anglican) and Fr. Bernard de Margerie (Roman Catholic). Muslim presenters will also participate. Pre-registration is recommended, at the Foundations: Exploring Our Faith Together diocesan office, Attn. Sharon Powell, at (306) 659-5831. A brief course description will be e-mailed to those who would like to receive it.  -Please contact Bernard de Margerie at (306) 651-7051; e-mail address: jumeau [at]




 Calling All Sionians

* If you attended Our Lady of Sion Academy between 1962 and 1966, our 50th Anniversary Class Reunion is this summer on September 10, joining all former Sionians at the Annual Alumnae Brunch at Smiley’s Buffet on Sunday, Sept 11 from 10:30 a.m.-1:00 p.m. For more information contact: Sharon Murza (Cooper) at 306-651-6323, Terry Miley (Chrusch) at 306-651-3133 or Donna Darbellay (Wraith) at 306-665-2003.


* Are you experiencing the pain of separation or divorce? You are not alone! Transitions is a 12-week diocesan program for anyone going through this painful experience. It helps participants to heal and find hope. A new 12-week session will begin September 20th. For more information or to register, contact Sharon at (306) 659-5831 or e-mail foundations [at] Participants have told us that the best way to experience the healing journey of Transitions is to undertake it as a weekly program over 12 weeks, giving time to process and absorb the material, reflect, and undergo transformation. However, for some, a weekly journey is impossible (because of distance, job commitments, etc.) Therefore, this fall, Transitions will also be offered over two weekends, rather than over 12 weeks. For those who cannot make the weekly program, Transitions will be presented Sept.30/Oct. 1 and Oct. 21/22 (Friday evening; all day Saturday). Contact Sharon at 306-659-5831 or by e-mail: foundations [at]


* Ignite 2016 - FacetoFace Ministries Catholic Summer Camp:

Ignite Saskatchewan: August 7th-12th, in Bruno, SKor Ignite British Columbia: August 21st-26th, near Prince George, BC

Ignite is for teens entering Grade 9 through graduating Grade 12, who are serious about growing in their faith. Ignite can literally change your life! Come for an amazing week filled with new friends, the sacraments, dynamic talks, music, fun, and more! For more information, please visit or contact the Ignite Camp Co-Director Vanessa Wilson at 403-894-1995 or ignite [at]


* The Lay Formation Alumni Association presents: ‘Sharing Our Stories, Sharing Our Lives’,  featuring Fr. André Poilievere, Stan Tulnukuafe and members of Str8up Minitries,  on October 15th from 8:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.  The cost is $35.00 for non-aulmni members, $30.00 for Parish Pastoral Council members, Social Justice Committee members and Lay Formation Alumni.  This event will take place at the Cathedral of the Holy Family.  Registration deadline is Monday, October 10th.  To register and for more information, please visit  or call Gladys McElwee at 306-373-5434.


* Personal History Retreat - (NOTE REVISED DATE: Aug. 26-28) The Sisters of the Presentation of Mary are offering a Personal History  Retreat for young, single, Catholic men and women 19 years and older. Through reflection, writing and prayerful discernment, let yourself be led through a process of exploring your gifts, your dreams, your relationships and see how God is inviting you to move forward in discipleship and holiness. Register now for this live-in;    cost (includes meals): $50.00. When: 7: 00 p.m. Friday August 26 to noon Sunday August 28 , 2016. Where: 851 University Drive, Saskatoon. Contact:  Sr. Lucie 306-244-0726  cell 306 260 0450  Email: sk.dhouse [at]  Website:

 Faith-based community experience for 19-35 year old single Catholic women. If you looking for  “affordable rent” and more…. Discernment House may be the place for you. The Sisters of the Presentation offer you a home away from home.   As you work or study, this program offers you the opportunity to live a community experience and to grow in your personal faith through prayer, reflection, spiritual direction and service.  Located at 851 University Drive, Saskatoon, Sask.  - 15 minute walk from University of Saskatchewan, close to downtown. Taking registrations for September  2016. For more information contact: Sr. Lucie 306-244-0726   cell: 306 260 0450 Email sk.dhouse [at] (sk.dhouse [at] Website:


* Rock the Mount 2016 – “Putting on the Whole Armour of God – A Medieval Festival of Faith” will be held 10 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. July 23, 2016 at Our Lady of Mount Carmel Shrine, Carmel, SK, about 55 minutes east of Saskatoon. The day features medieval games, drama presentations, and 5 p.m. Mass with Bishop Don Bolen. Bring lawn chairs, sunscreen and umbrellas. There is a food booth on site, or bring a picnic. Guest speaker is Matt Nelson, and musical guests are “The Trudels” and “Brad Johner and the Johner Boys”. There is no fee to attend Rock the Mount, an event for youth and families and all those interested in attending. Donations are much appreciated to offset costs. For more information about Rock the Mount contact Emily Hill at (306) 231-6011 or emilyhill [at]  or see


17th Annual Pilgrimage at the Pro-Life Millennium Cross, Sunday, August 28, 2016 beginning at 3:00 p.m. - Sponsored by the Knights of Columbus. Location: 10 km N.E. of Aberdeen, SK on Highway #41. Keynote Speaker: 

Cathay Wagantall, M.P., Yorkton- Melville - speaking on her proposed Bill C-225/e183 for "Protection of Pregnant Women and their Unborn Children Act" - referred to "Cassie and Molly's Law" Guest Speaker: Rev. Father Jeffrey Stephaniuk, Editor, "Saskatchewan Choose Life News". A Living Rosary is celebrated along with other prayers.  Visit the Pro-Life information tables. Food and beverages available. Bring your rosary and chairs. "Praying for the Sanctity of Life".  Keep Life Sacred!


The Western Conference for Liturgy (WCL) presents: Those Who Sing Pray TwiceA Second Glance at Chant in the Liturgy, an opportunity to discover the soul and the “beauty ever ancient, ever new” of the sung liturgy. Held Friday, Oct. 21-Saturday, Oct. 22, at Corpus Christi Church, 2707 34th St. NW, Edmonton. The presenter, Lowell A. Davis, is the founder and conductor of the St. Basil’s School of Gregorian Chant (  Participants will learn:  the basic skills to introduce or enhance chant in pastoral liturgy, a ‘canon’ of classical chant repertoire, English Propers, a chant Mass ordinary and the Roman Missal Dialogues. For further information on fees, registration, conference schedule and hotel accommodation, please visit


Save the date!  Newman Centre willing be having an Anniversary coffeehouse, celebrating 90 years of Newman on the University of Saskatchewan campus, on Saturday, Sept. 17 in the STM Auditorium. If you are interested in more details, please contact Michael in St. Thomas More Campus Ministry at 306-966-8931.


Diocese of Saskatoon Catholic Foundation asks:  Do You Have An E-Mail Address?

Pope Francis, in his encyclical Laudato Si' calls us to care for creation, human ecology, and natural ecology. How can we be a part of caring for our common home? One small way is to help the Diocese of Saskatoon Catholic Foundation to reduce the use of paper and the cost of printing and mailing. By providing us with your email address we can email your annual tax receipt; send you thank you messages for your generosity; and share key messages from Bishop Don Bolen. If you are interested, please e-mail your name and address to hzimmer [at] (please note corrected e-mail address!) or call 306-659-5850


Response to the Wildfire in Fort McMurray – Please continue to pray for the people of Fort McMurray, and for all those in security, firefighting and public service who are responding to the wildfires and providing assistance to some 70,000 who have been evacuated. The government of Canada will match personal donations to the Canadian Red Cross for Fort McMurray disaster relief. Donations may also be made to the Roman Catholic Diocese of St. Paul. Bishop Paul Terrio confirms that one-half of any contributions to the diocese will be to assist the Catholic parishes and parishioners of Fort McMurray, while the other half will be forwarded to the Fort McMurray Ministerial Association for ecumenical assistance to those who have lost homes and jobs. Cheques to Diocèse de St-Paul / Diocese of St. Paul can be dropped into your parish collection or mailed directly to Financial Officer, Diocese of St. Paul, 4410 - 51st Avenue, St. Paul, AB, T0A 3A2


Queen’s House of Retreats

Queen’s House - 601 Taylor Street W, Saskatoon, SK.  Phone: 306-242-1916 • Email: receptionist [at] • Website:

Ongoing programs at Queen’s House include:       

  • CENTERING PRAYER: Monday evenings - 7pm
  • HOLY EUCHARIST: Wednesday afternoons - call to confirm time – all are welcome!
  • TAIZE PRAYER FOR CHRISTIAN UNITY 2nd Tuesday/month - 8 pm
  • DAY AWAY – Gisele Bauche - 2nd Wednesday each month - $25 includes lunch – September 14
  • 24 HOUR EUCHARISTIC ADORATION: 4th Monday/month, from 12:00 noon to Tuesday 12:00 noon
  • JOURNEY WITH SCRIPTURE: 1st Wed. Fr Paul Fachet- $25 includes lunch–– October 5


CONSPIRE 2016 WEBCAST:  with Richard Rohr, Christina Cleveland, James Alison and Mirabai Starr Time:    Friday, August 12 and Saturday, August 13 from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm

Cost: Commute is $100 with additional options available. See website for details.


JESUS: FORGIVING VICTIM WEBCAST:  Friday, August 12 from 7 – 9 pm

A Webcast with Richard Rohr OFM and James Alison in dialogue will be offered at Queen’s House.  Cost is $10.  Please register by contacting Queen’s House.


SILENT DIRECTED RETREAT with Bishop Gerry Wiesner OMI and Dianne Mantyka will be held from 4 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 14 to 2:30 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 19 at Queen’s House, 601 Taylor Street West, Saskatoon. Cost (live-in only) is $715, which includes registration, meals, room and spiritual direction. For more information or to register call (306) 242-1916 or E-mail receptionist [at] or see the website at


“The triumph Freedom Through Healing” program, facilitated by Jerry and Donna Kristian, will be held at Queen’s House, 601 Taylor Street West, Saskatoon from July 29 to August 7, 2016. To register or for more information call Queen’s House (306) 242-1916 or visit the website at: . This is a nine-day Christ-centered journey of inner healing and discovery fueled by the transforming power of God's merciful love, rooted in Scripture, tradition and prayer; anchored by the teachings of St. Ignatius of Loyola and St. Therese of Lisieux, equipping and empowering people with the tools needed to make noticeable and lasting changes in their lives – a path to true freedom through healing in Christ.



There will once again be Summer Masses held at the Holy Rosary Shrine Church at Reward, Saskatchewan. Masses will be celebrated on the following dates:

  • Saturday, July 30 - 7:30 p.m. Mass
  • Saturday, August 13 - 7:30 p.m. Mass
  • Saturday, August 27 - 7:30 p.m. Mass
  • Saturday, September 10 - 7:30 pm Mass

Please note that Saturday Evening Masses will not be celebrated at St. Peter’s Parish in Unity, SK. on those dates.


Blackstrap Catholic Youth Camp is held throughout the summer in week-long sessions for youth from ages 8 to 13 years: July 3-8; July 10-15; July 17-22, July 24-29, or July 31-Aug. 5, including canoeing, swimming, hiking and tenting. The Blackstrap Catholic Youth Camp is sponsored by the Knights of Columbus. See: or call (306) 492-4813.


Cana Continues! Catholic Family Camp will be held Aug. 7-13, with Bishop Bryan Bayda, CSsR, of the Ukrainian Catholic Eparchy. Experience “families evangelizing families” in nature with Eastern spirituality. For more information see the website at:  or call Deb Larmour at (306) 244-7719.


Great Shrines Of Canada. In Toronto, Montreal, and Quebec Aug. 20-27, 2016                                                                      

Pilgrimage of Healing with Fr. Denis Phaneuf.

For best air options and hotel accommodations please book early.             

For more information please visit our website at  or call 760-459-3505 or 949 249-2500 or email us at mycalling2001 [at]  please follow up your email with a phone call                                        


Saskatchewan Knights Tour featuring the Trudel Family, with proceeds to go to the priorities of our Saskatchewan Bishops - this wonderful performance tour features the toe-tapping old-tyme fiddle, country & bluegrass/gospel music and family harmonies of the award-winning Trudel Family of Honeymoon, SK. Tour includes 7 p.m. performances:

•        July 25 at Sacred Heart parish in Davidson

•        July 26 at the Cathedral of the Holy Family in Saskatoon,

•        July 27 at St. Joseph’s Church in North Battleford,

•        July 29 at Holy Child Parish in Regina

Tickets are $25 each or $50 for a family (children under 15) and are available from your local Knights of Columbus council or at your local parish. Call (306) 665-7858 for more information. This is a fundraising endeavour by the Saskatchewan Knights of Columbus for the Bishops of Saskatchewan.


PILGRIM JOURNEYS during the Four Seasons of 2017

A) Winter 2017

- Spotlight on San Antonio + Rolheiser Rendez-vous  Feb 19-24, 2017 Land: @C$1750.00 + Air

- Pre San Antonio- Spotlight on New Orleans “Heart of the South” Tour Feb 12-19, 2017   Land: C$2119.00

B) Spring 2017 Easter time

- Pilgrim Journey to Biblical Lands April 23-May 9, 2017 Complete Israel & Jordan

- Pre Holy Land to Rome April 19-24

- Post Holy Land Amman to Istanbul, Turkey May 9-12, 2017

**All inclusive cost depending on inclusions C$4000.00-C$6000.00

C) Early & Late Summer 2017

- North Atlantic Medley “New York’s Broadway to London’s West End” Cruise I- New York, Boston, Halifax to Reykjavik Iceland Crystal Symphony (All Inclusive) May 19-31, 2017 12 Days from US$2,695.00  **Special repositioning to Europe fares**

- Cruise II-Reykjavik Iceland to London via isles of Demark, Scotland & Ireland. (Cruise I & II offers 5 days in Icelandic ports!) Crystal Symphony May 31-Jun 10, 2017 10 Days from US$4,625.00

**Special Back to Back cruise discount (5%) offering 5 days in Iceland ports. See

- River Cruise-Best of Paris, Seine River & Normandy- Paris, Honfleur, Rouen, Vernon  Crystal Debussy June 14-24, 2017; (10 Days)  from US $5665.00

D) Fall 2017

- Discovering Poland 10 Days Land Tour from C$2,779.00 August 31-Sept 11, 2017.

- Optional Post-Poland tour - River Cruise of Danube’s Capitals & Wachau Valley  (Oktoberfest) - Germany, Hungary, Slovakia, Round trip Vienna on Crystal Mozart Sept 13-23, 2017 from US $5345.00

- Canada 150 10 Days Land Tour Oct 3-15, 2017 celebrating 150 Anniversary of Confederation featuring historic destinations in Eastern Canada with a stop-over in Winnipeg for the new National Museum on Human Rights from C$2989.00.

***Final programs depend on inclusions requested by you! Air is not included.

Rev. Ralph Kleiter Ministry to Tourism  314-619 Saskatchewan Cres. W  Saskatoon, SK S7M 0A5, Canada, email: kleiter [at]  |  tel. +1-306-244-3747 | fax. +1-306-374-1208