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LORD'S DAY MASS TIMES:
Saturday 4PM, Sunday 9AM, 11:30AM & 8PM
Weekday mass Schedule
Friday, February 21st
11:00am (Golden Door)
Tuesday, February 25th
Ash Wednesday, February 26th
9:00am (Mass with Gr. 7-12)
10:45am (Mass with Gr. K-6)
Thursday, February 27th
Friday, February 28th
February 26th - RCIA - following the 7:00pm Mass
February 27th - First Communion Parent Meeting - 5:30pm
February 28th - Stations of the Cross - 6:15pm
March 1st - Children's Liturgy of the word - 11:30am Mass
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St. Vital Parish plans to answer the call
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The Most Reverend Richard Gagnon, Archbishop of Winnipeg and President of the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops (CCCB), wrote to the Prime Minister of Canada, the Right Honourable Justin Trudeau, regarding the proposed changes to legislation on the expansion of eligibility criteria for euthanasia/assisted suicide (which the government refers to as "Medical Assistance in Dying/MAiD"). In his letter, after noting that euthanasia/assisted suicide is "the direct taking of human life or the participation in his/her suicide, which can never be justified," the CCCB President states: "We strongly urge the Government of Canada, before proceeding further, to undertake a more extensive, thorough, impartial, and prolonged consultation on the question, in order to ensure all pertinent factors – social, medical, and moral – are carefully and thoroughly considered," and adds "Palliative care, which has yet to become fully realized and accessible in our own country, offers a compelling answer – the only respectful, comprehensive and ethical alternative to the problem the government is trying to address."
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Parish Mission Statement
Saint Vital Parish is a welcoming, culturally diverse parish in which compassion and respect for all is experienced. As fellow disciples we share our faith in word and deed. We are a multi-generational community in which youth and families play a vital role.