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Weekend Mass: Saturdays, 5pm; Sundays, 10am, 12pm, & 7pm

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Hello! We’re so glad to meet you!

Mass: Saturdays, 5pm; Sundays, 10am, 12pm, & 7pm

Parish life

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Worship

Weekend Mass:
Saturdays: 5pm
Sundays: 10am, 12pm, & 7pm

Weekday Mass: Tuesday-Friday, 8:30am

Reconciliation: Saturdays, 11am-12pm or by request
Lent Penitential Service (multiple priests available): March 26, 7pm

Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament: Fridays, 9am-12pm & Sundays, 1pm-5pm

Connect

Address: 114 Kingsmere Place
Saskatoon SK S7J 3V7 — map

Office hours: Monday-Friday, 9am-4pm

Email: info@holyspiritsaskatoon.ca

Phone: 306.374.1425
Fax: 306.374.3190

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Learn

Recent bulletins (archive):


Lenten Parish Mission

Help your Lenten journey with this special, four-evening event!
Child care provided on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday.
March 24, 8pm: “Receive The Mercy of God”
March 25, 7pm: “Give Thanks for God’s Mercy”
March 26, 7pm: “Our Brokenness Needs the Merciful Touch of Jesus” (Sacrament of Reconciliation available)
March 27, 7pm: “Sharing the Mercy of God with a World in Need”
Click here for more details.

Lent Confessions

Confessions this Lent:
Tuesday, March 26, 7pm (as part of our parish mission)
Saturdays at 11am
Or click here for a full list of confessions in the city of Saskatoon.

Share the Journey

This year, Development and Peace – Caritas Canada is inviting you to share the journey with the 68.5 million forced migrants in the world as part of the global Share the Journey campaign launched by Pope Francis and Caritas Internationalis.
Click here to learn more.

Lenten Faith Study

Join Fr. John as we explore ways we can ask Jesus to walk with us during Lent.
Wednesdays of Lent at 7pm in Conference Room A
(excluding Wednesday, March 27 during
our parish mission)

Lenten Bible Study

“The Sacraments of the Catholic Church and Scripture”
A Lenten Bible Study with Arch McKay
Thursdays of Lent at 9:15am
Holy Spirit Parish Conference Room A

Stations of the Cross

7pm, Fridays in Lent
Stations of the Cross
Led by Knights of Columbus and Catholic Women’s League


Protecting conscience rights in Saskatchewan

With the passing of euthanasia/assisted suicide legislation in Canada, provinces are now implementing local protocols. We are encouraging all those concerned about this issue to respectfully contact the Saskatchewan Minister of Health and MLAs and ask for conscience protection for health care professionals.

Parishes across the province will be offering opportunities to sign letters to provincial politicians on Feb 23-24. To learn more about this important issue or to sign a letter electronically, please visit canadiansforconscience.ca/saskatchewan.


Enjoy the latest and greatest Catholic video, audio, and reading material from FORMED.org!

Simply head over to https://holyspiritsaskatoon.formed.org and register your free account to access a tremendous wealth of Catholic content.
You may also download the FORMED app for iOS and Android devices.

If you’re wondering where to start, may we suggest Opening the Word, an insightful five-minute video on the upcoming Sunday Mass readings, as well as videos by Chris Stefanick. And, the Brother Francis series is wonderful for younger children.

The cost to you is absolutely free: our parish has a subscription for the entire year.


What is life all about?

Is there a higher power? What is our purpose? Why are we here? Is there more to this life?
Click here to learn more.

My Catholic Story

Watch and be inspired as Shawna shares her story of healing after abortion.
Click here
 to watch more My Catholic Story videos!


Parish Daily Prayer

Liturgical Ministries Schedule


Youth Ministry

Finding God: Grades 1-5

EDGE: Grades 6-9


Location

Roman Catholic Diocese of Saskatoon

Rooted in Christ: Roman Catholic Diocese of Saskatoon

“I invite all Christians, everywhere, at this very moment, to a renewed personal encounter with Jesus Christ, or at least an openness to letting him encounter them; I ask all of you to do this unfailingly each day.” — Pope Francis, Evangelii Gaudium