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Mission Statement: The Catholic Women’s League of Canada is a national organization ‘Rooted in Gospel Values Calling its Members to Holiness Through Service to the People of God’.

 

The CWL (Catholic Women’s League) at our parish is a vibrant and active group of over 100 women. Together we practice and develop our faith, educate ourselves, support charities and give of our time and talents to our parish and community. To our members, the League is a gift of faith, friendship, leadership development, support and affirmation.

All women aged 16 and older are encouraged to join us. We gather on the second Wednesday of the month at 7:00 pm at the Cathedral from September to June.

For our complete areas of service, click here.

To explore more about the CWL at the national level, click here or within the province, click here.

If you would like more information or to become a member, please contact the parish office at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 306-659-5800.

We look forward to welcoming you to our sisterhood!

FORMED Trailer Video

Have you signed up for FORMED yet?

Create your FREE account at holyfamilycathedral.formed.org

Once you have signed up, don’t forget to download the free iOS or Android app to put FORMED at your fingertips.

(You can also go to formed.org and use our Parish Code: FQQHTW)

What is FORMED?

It’s an online service for streaming audio and video, and more. It’s like a combination of NetflixTM and a library, all of excellent Catholic material.

Where do I start?

Check out some youth programs such as Brother Francis or the lives of the saints. Watch Opening the Word, a brief weekly reflection. Dive into the faith with Catholic Answers or Symbolon. Listen to part of the Truth and Life dramatized audio bible. Read an inspiring conversion story in Rome Sweet Home.

What does it cost to use?

Nothing. The cathedral has already purchased the subscription. Please use it. (If you wish to contribute to support the subscription, please simply add it to your regular donation.)

What can I do with it?

  • Help your children grow in character and embrace the beauty and wonder of the Faith
  • Prepare for Sunday Mass by watching Opening the Word, an insightful five-minute video on the upcoming Sunday Mass readings by renowned Catholic teachers
  • Enjoy a movie with your family that is both nourishing and entertaining
  • Enrich your marriage with the award winning video series Beloved: Finding Happiness in Marriage

 

Forever in Motion Fitness Classes: These free classes for older adults combine stretching, cardio and resistance exercise on Mondays and Thursdays at 10:00 am in Holy Family’s Hall from September to June. Come join our little community of fitness and fun! Contact: Rosalie 306-652-5028 or Diane 306-370-6682.

GOLDEN AGE CLUB: The Golden Age Club meets every Thursday at 1:30 pm for an enjoyable card game of Whist. All are welcome. Contact Alice Molle at 306-373-0450 for more information.

Holy Family Craft Guild:
The Craft Guild meets on Thursdays at 9:30 am and new members are always welcome. The objective of the Craft Guild is to raise money for our parish as well as for charity by producing a variety of crafts mostly from donated or recycled materials. Please contact Anna Hartman at 306-249-0071 or Teresa Field at 306-249-3764 for more information. Donations of fabric, quilt batting, old jeans, yarn, etc. can be dropped off at the parish office marked for the Craft Guild.

HOLY YOGA:
Holy yoga is a Christ-centered experiential time of worship where we will learn how we can use our minds, bodies, and spirits to relax and de-stress, offering an opportunity for participants to authentically connect to God through His Word, worship and wellness. Holy Yoga classes are gentle with options to fit every body. Call Diane Waldbillig 306-370-6682 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to get the current schedule.

Mom’s Morning Out (MMO): The goal of our group is to gather new and experienced mothers and their children in a safe, loving and welcoming environment to create new friendships and promote healthy family living. Our group gathers every Tuesday morning from 9:30am -12 noon (except during July & August). Your first session is free to check it out. You can participate regularly or choose to drop in when it works best for you.


Priest, Prophet, King (PPK): Is a monthly gathering for men of all ages. We meet for an evening of adoration, reconciliation, food and drinks, a talk, and fellowship. For more information visit: www.priestprophetking.org.

SMALL CHRISTIAN COMMUNITY PRAYER: Thursdays at 10:00 am throughout the year. Join us as we share our lives, pray and laugh together as we break open the Word of the Sunday Readings. Call Diane: 306-370-6682.

SPRINGS OF LIVING WATER: A Catholic Charismatic Prayer Group that meets every Wednesday after the 7:00 pm Mass. Contact Don at: 306-374-4766 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

knightsofcolumbusKnights of Columbus  is an international Catholic, family, fraternal and service organization of men. Father Michael J. McGivney initially founded the organization focused on supporting families, initially the orphans and widows of men in New Haven Connecticut in 1882.  There are now more than 1.9 million members. Members donate more than $155,000,000 and over 70 million hours of community service worldwide every year.

 

Dennis Mahoney Council  8215 of the Knights of Columbus meets in the Cathedral of the Holy Family on the first and third Tuesday of each month at 7:30 PM. All men 18 years of age and over are encouraged to join. Our Council was founded in October 1982 and celebrated 35 years of service in October 2017.

Individuals in our Council perform volunteer services and fundraise to make contributions in our community and church that include: support for our local separate schools; support for our Pastor Fr. David Tumback, Associate Pastor Fr. Deyre Azcuna, and other church administrators - Cathedral Administrator David Polzen, Pastoral Associate Garth Horn, Faith Formation Minister Andy Korvemaker, Youth Minister Catherine Renneberg and Facilities Manager Jim Nakoneshny.

We are involved in Special Olympics, Youth Parliament, Wheelchair Foundation, Indoor Games, Blackstrap Youth Camp, In Support of Life projects, Keep Christ in Christmas projects, Food Bank drive, Christmas hampers and more. We offer mutual support to one another and share our spiritual, fraternal and service energies.

We are involved in the KC  FPB “Knights of Columbus Famous Pancake Breakfast”. We often tend bar for activities in the Bishop Leggat Hall. 

We are involved in the Knights of Columbus Carol Festival and have members involved in the Knights choir.

We are open and supportive of projects in the community including the facilitating of candidates form prior to elections, facilitating the forum for interesting speakers such as Dr. Peter Kreeft and coordinating the annual Celebrity Dinner in support of the Jim Patterson Children's Hospital.

Many individuals also attend a 2T BKB “Second Tuesday, Brother’s Keeper Breakfast” which currently takes place at Queens House Retreat Centre from 7:00 am to 8:00 am on the second Tuesday of each month. At the 2T BKB we discuss different topics, share and have discussions on a more spiritual level with other men.

 

The current executive of our Council include:

Pastor - Fr. David Tumback

Grand Knight - Allan Ronellenfitsch

Deputy Grand Knight - Roland La Fleche

Financial Secretary - Louis Roth

Treasurer - Diego Monteiro

Recorder - Blair Ostertag

 

We welcome all to join. To join one simply needs to ask a current member to present an application to the membership for approval with information including one’s name, address, purpose for joining and confirmation that one is a practicing catholic.

 

For more information, visit our website at knightsofcolumbus8215.com

Something to Look Forward to - Grade 3-5 Youth Ministry - Cat.Chat Kids Club!

For Youth in Grades 3-5 & their Parent(s).

Space will be limited, parental commitment required at each monthly gathering.

Registration will open Monday, August 27th.

 

 

 

 

Announcing Middle Years Youth Ministry - EDGE

The Cathedral of the Holy Family Parish is launching Middle School Ministry once again! EDGE is a program for youth in Grades 6-8 who want to:

  • have fun
  • learn about the Christian faith in a personal way
  • meet God as our Father and friend

These groups will run from 7:00 to 8:30 pm on scheduled Tuesdays during the year, hosted at the Cathedral of the Holy Family. Our team of volunteers and mentors can’t wait to meet you! If you have any questions, get in touch with Cat.

Mark your calendars with these EDGE dates for the 2018-2019 school year!

 

Sept 25  Oct 9  Oct 23  Nov 13  Nov 27  Dec 11

Jan 8  Jan 22  Feb 12  Feb 26  Mar 12  Mar 26

Apr 9  Apr 23  May 14  May 28

 

Interested in becoming a Youth Ministry Team Member? Contact our Youth Coordinator, Catherine Renneberg to find out how you can be involved in something great at the Cathedral of the Holy Family.