Covid-19 Update for churches

In accordance with the Saskatchewan Public Health Order, masks are now required when attending church (except for children under 2 years of age).

 

Holy Child Parish

 

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

 

Archbishop Donald grants to all the Catholic faithful dispensation from their Sunday obligation until further notice.

 

When gatherings in churches are celebrated, the Sunday Masses will be at 9 a.m. and 11 a.m., and weekday Masses 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.  Masks are required when attending church.  Seating will be assigned.  Starting on February 26, please use the main parking lot, and the main entrance to enter.  People will be exiting using another door into the main parking lot.  For more information, click here.

 

Important information to read before coming to church.

 

For the Sacrament of Reconciliation, to arrange a time for a visit to the church, or to inquire about Baptism or Marriage, please contact Fr. Brian at 306-540-4528

 

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

 

Triduum

For information about the liturgies on Holy Thursday, Good Friday, Easter Vigil, and Easter Sunday, please click here.  

Registration will begin on March 16.

 

 

2020 Annual Report

 

 

Prayer

Daily Mass

Daily readings and reflections 

Prayers & Devotions

 

Lent Retreat Feb. 21– Mar. 21

 

This Lent would you like to experience the mercy of God, healing and true freedom?

 

Join us for a four-week retreat based on one of St. Ignatius of Loyola’s First Spiritual Exercises.  It will involve a Zoom meeting every Sunday 2PM–4PM starting Feb. 21 to Mar. 21, with daily personal prayer exercises.  The retreat will be facilitated by Deacon Dennis and Karen Ziegler.  

 

To register or to get more information please email Deacon Dennis at d.ziegler@sasktel.net.  

 

If you don’t feel comfortable with Zoom, you can always join the Sunday meeting by simply using your phone.

 

YOUTH

“Theology of the Body for Middle Schoolers” (Online Youth Gathering)

  • Students ages 12-14 are invited to a group that brings young people together with trained young adult leaders to share games, friendship and meaningful discussions around discovering God’s plan for life and love.

  • Group will meet via “Zoom” on Thursdays at 6:30 from Feb. 18 - April 8

  • For more info or to register, contact Michelle Braden

 

“Not a Fan” (Online Youth Gathering)

  • Students ages 14-18 are invited to a group that brings young people together with trained adult leaders to share games, friendship and meaningful discussions around what it looks like to go deeper in faith and move from a “fan” of Jesus to a “follower” of Jesus.

  • Group will meet via “Zoom” on Mondays at 6:30 from Feb. 15 - Mar. 22

  • For more info or to register, contact Michelle Braden

 

“Source” (Adoration, Reconciliation, Talk)

  • Students ages 14-18 are invited to this monthly gathering that allows time to slow down, think, pray and refocus. It takes place the first Sunday evening of each month and can also be joined live via livestream.

  • Click here for details. 

 

“My Gen” (Youth Rally)

  • Students ages 13-18 are invited to join us for this gathering of young people from all over the archdiocese.

  • MYGEN is back!! It will take place in May this year instead of the usual March date.

  • It WILL look different. We are taking it on the road! There will be satellite sights throughout the archdiocese with portions of the day taking advantage of live stream to still connect us all together.

  • Watch for announcements of a theme, guest speakers and a firm date coming soon to My Gen website.

 

Formation

Year of Saint Joseph

First Reconciliation

Resources for children, youth, families & adults

Sunday Scripture reflections

 

Other Resources

Hospital chaplains

Important resources in the local community

Samaritan Project -  for those who need help with errands, and for those who want to help.   

811 HealthLine and Public Health Information