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NEWS FROM THE DIOCESAN SERVICES - June 21, 2022

The next Newsletter will be published on August 16, 2022 (in case of important information, the date will be modified).

DIOCESAN CENTER SUMMER SCHEDULE AND SUMMER VACATION 2022

Please note that the Diocesan Centre will be closed on June 24 and July 1, 2022.

As in the past, our offices will close at noon on Fridays during the period from July 8 to September 2, 2022 inclusively.

Annual vacation: The Diocesan Centre offices will be closed from August 1 to 15, 2022.

The diocesan team wishes you a wonderful summer.

 

INVITATION TO THE ARCHBISHOP OF GATINEAU'S GOLF OMNIUM ON SEPTEMBER 9, 2022, AT 12:00 NOON

 

Once again, this year, we are offering a unique opportunity to contribute to the charities supported by the Archbishop of Gatineau. These non-profit organizations are an asset for our communities. Their work is essential to the well-being of our neighbors in need. Since its foundation, the Archdiocese of Gatineau has recognized the social impact of these organizations and supports their mission throughout our region. For the eighth consecutive year, all the funds raised by the Archbishop's Golf Omnium will be distributed in bursaries to non profit organizations that are seeking financial assistance from the Archdiocese of Gatineau.

Register here.

VISIT TO THE PARISHES OF THE UPPER GATINEAU 

This Wednesday, June 22, the team of the diocesan center and its various services will visit the parishes of the Upper Gatineau which are now part of the diocese of Gatineau.

This visit will be an opportunity to discover these parishes as well as their pastors and their various leaders. It will also be an opportunity for them to discover the staff and services of the diocesan center. So, a courtesy visit that has an evangelical flavor. At noon, the team members will share a fraternal meal with the parish leaders of the different communities.

As a reminder, the parishes formerly belonging to the Diocese of Mont-Laurier, which have been part of the Diocese of Gatineau since June 1, are: Assumption of Mary and St. Patrick in the municipality of Maniwaki, Our Lady of the Holy Rosary, which serves the Catholic population of Kitigan Zibi, St. Mary of the Incarnation in the municipality of Gracefield, and Our Lady of Mount Carmel in the municipality of Duhamel. For several years, however, the parish of Notre-Dame-du-Mont-Carmel (Duhamel) has been administered by the Diocese of Gatineau.

NEWS FROM THE PARISHES AND MOVEMENTS

JOBS OFFERS

Cemetery Goods and Services Counsellor / Hope Cemetery

See the job description here

Temporary Field Employee / Hope Cemetery

See the job description here

CONTACT

BOZICA DOMITROVIC, Communication technician
domitrovicb@diocesegatineau.org / Telephone: 819 771-8391, ext. 308

ADRESSE

180, boulevard du Mont-Bleu, Gatineau (Qu├ębec) J8Z 3J5


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