The government orders do allow for religious services to take place, albeit under important restrictions. Indoor religious gatherings are reduced to just 10 people. This would include the minister and any assistants With the service, including greeters and post-service sanitizers.
Whereas, on March 11m 2021, the government of Ontario has announced that the Public Health Sudbury and Districts region has entered the "Grey-Lockdown" level, and Whereas, on the next day, the government modified the capacity maximus for religious ceremonies for regions in the "Grey-Lockdown" level.
Whereas today, March 5, 2021, the government of Ontario has announced the lifting of the stay at home order issued January 12, 2021, for the last of the regions covered by the Diocese of Sault Ste. Marie.
Whereas the government of Ontario has announced the lifting of the stay a home order issued on January 12, 2021, fo rsome of the regions of the province, including some regions covered by the Diocese of Sault Ste. Marie.
The Roman Catholic Bishop of the Diocese of Sault Ste. Marie, Thomas Dowd, is inviting Catholics across Northern Ontario to celebrate Ash Wednesday this year, regardless if churches are permitted to reopen in time.
Installation Mass of the Bishop of Sault Ste Marie. Live from the Pro-Cathedral of the Assumption in North Bay, Ontario for the Installation Mass of Bishop Thomas Dowd as the new Bishop of the Diocese of Sault Ste Marie.
In this episode, we profile Bishop Dowd, who tells us about his upbringing, his own call to the priesthood, his life as a Bishop, the blessings and challenges of ministry - and what he is looking forward to as Bishop of Sault Ste. Marie.
This week we celebrate the visionary work of Catholic health care organizations. Catholic health care makes the Canadian health care system stronger, more responsive, and more sustainable. Guided by our values and inspired by our Founding Sisters, Catholic health care is a resourceful and effective partner within the health system, responding to the communities we serve with compassion, ethical integrity and the highest quality care and services.
This week we celebrate the courageous work of Catholic health care organizations and our commitment to social justice. Catholic health care is committed to working with our partners to create the conditions for a just and caring society, where people’s voices are heard, and every person has the ability to thrive in community. With a focus on dignity, respect, and compassion, we advocate for service to individuals at times of their greatest vulnerability, and to create culturally safe environments of health and healing.