Holy Child Parish

 

Welcome to the Holy Child Parish website.   We are located at 2636-7th Avenue East in Regina, Saskatchewan. 

 

Interfaith statement on suicide prevention

 

Sacraments of initiation celebrated in July to September

 

Information on Knights of Columbus Charity Appeal. 

 

Please consider joining the Annual Appeal email list.  You will receive newsletters to follow the Appeal campaigns online.  You will have access to all promotional materials such as videos and stories, giving options, and news updates.

 

Important information to read before coming to the church

 

Online resources: 

* Daily Mass and Act of Spiritual Communion

* Daily readings and reflections 

* Archbishop Donald's weekly message

* Resources for children, youth, families and adults

* 811 Saskatchewan HealthLine

* Stations of the Cross

* Prayers, Devotions and Other Resources

* Archdiocese of Regina 

* Donation information

 

Archbishop Donald grants to all the Catholic faithful dispensation from their Sunday obligation until further notice.  In addition to this dispensation, Masses with small gatherings will be celebrated at Holy Child Parish. 

 

Sunday Masses will be at 9 a.m. and 11 a.m.  Masses on Tuesdays to Saturdays will be at 8:30 a.m.  To attend a Mass, please contact the parish office at 306-789-8276 at least one week in advance to register; parishioners will be given priority.  Seating will be assigned.  Please use the Graham Road entrance. 

 

Frequently Asked Questions - click here.

 

With limited seating, and to give all parishioners an opportunity to attend a Mass, parishioners may now register for a Mass once every two weeks for Sunday Masses (but only if seating is available). 

 

Determining available seating is based on many factors, such as:  the space restrictions due to the 2-meter distancing requirement, the additional maintenance time required after every service, the amount of time needed to properly manage the seating arrangements, the additional time to properly prepare for each liturgy, the focus of the celebration (e.g., Sacraments of Initiation), the needs of the overall parish community, and the responsibility to help keep everyone as safe as possible. 

 

Currently we are planning for only up to 40 people when the church is used; for weekday Masses, in the hall chapel space, we are planning for only up to 20 people. 

 

This year we have been blessed with a very large number of people preparing for the Sacraments of Initiation (RCIA, Baptism, Confirmation & First Communion).  Due to the number of people involved, we will probably need to dedicate most of the 11 a.m. Sunday Masses from now to the end of September to these celebrations.  We thank you for your support and understanding, and we ask you to keep all these people in your prayers. 

 

To arrange a time for a visit to the church or for the sacrament of reconciliation, please contact Fr. Brian at 306-540-4528. 

 

For an update on prayer candles, click here.

 

If you know of people who are shut-in and need someone to pick up small purchases that they made, feel free to contact the parish office.  (If you want to help with the errands, click here for more information.)

 

When calling the parish office (306-789-8276), please leave a message and your call will be returned as soon as possible.  You may also email the office

 

 

Important resources in the local community, and contact information for hospital chaplains

 

Re-Open Saskatchewan Plan