Category Archives: Ottawa

First parish mission

From March 25 to 29, Fr. Greg Murray conducted his first parish mission. It was held at Good Shepherd Parish in the Black Burn Hamlet part of Ottawa. Fr. Greg was happy with the results. Giving a mission on a … Continue reading

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Refugee family arrives in Ottawa

On a cold blustery day, October 24, the last two members of the refugee family, sponsored by our Ottawa community arrived at the Ottawa airport. We had brought coats with us to protect them against the cold of the approaching … Continue reading

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Bill Marrevee at 80

On July 5 Bill Marrevee celebrated his 80th birthday. This birthday is perhaps more memorable than others since with this birthday, Bill will also be entering more fully into retirement. Archbishop Paul-André Durocher has thanked Bill for his years of … Continue reading

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Welcoming Refugees

With the more than 60 million people considered refugees and migrants in the world, one of the major issues of the church has been to find ways of opening the hearts of people to welcoming the stranger among us. As … Continue reading

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A note from Paul Tennyson

January 13   Dear Confreres: My nephew Michael’s wife Jessie gave birth last weekend to their first child, a little boy (Jake). Jake was born at     5 1/2 months and weighed just 1 1/2lbs. at birth. My brother and my … Continue reading

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