Thursday, March 11, 2021

Soul Health XXXIV

Remembering Victims of COVID-19

As today, 11 March 2021 is one year since the declaration of the pandemic, it is the National Day of Observance to honour lives lost from Covid-19.

We pray for the souls who have died and and for all those who have been affected by the impact of this virus.

Representatives of Verdun show their support

Take a few minutes to watch some of Verdun’s representatives, including me, speak on the National Day of Observance:

Ceremonies from The Archdiocese of Montreal

- Archbishop Lépine will preside at a commemorative Mass on March 11 at 5:00 p.m. at Mary Queen of the World Cathedral. The Mass will be broadcast on the diocesan YouTube channel.

During this Mass, Archbishop Lépine will offer special prayers for the deceased persons named in the IN MEMORIAM list created for this purpose.

Pray that the Quebec government allows us to fully celebrate Holy Week.

Until then see our current Parish opening times here.

And join Online, for our livestreamed 11am Sunday mass with Spiritual Communion: Click Here

 The Archdiocese of Montreal invites parishes and all who so wish to pray the novena to St. Joseph from March 10 to 18, in preparation for his feast day on March 19, in communion with the Oratory.

Accordingly, Mary Queen of the World Cathedral in Montreal will be saying the prayer prepared by the Oratory every day after each Mass*, from March 10 to 18.

The Oratory will also offer online sermons every day of the novena, on the theme: Joseph, Strength and Tenderness of the Father, found on this page dedicated to the year of St. Joseph by clicking here.


Sunday, March 14 at 2 am is Daylight Savings. Don’t forget to forward your clocks to an hour!

May your Lent continue to be Faithful and Joyous,

Father Robert+

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