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Virtual Workshops on RCIA

In collaboration with the Federation of Diocesan Liturgical Commissions, Liturgy Training Publications is pleased to announce the continuation of a series of Virtual Workshops which explore the Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults — its vision, rich theology, pastoral directives, and authentic celebration. 

Experience all 10 for only $100. 

More information: Christian Initiation series of virtual workshops


Every Life Matters - Euthanasia Webinar

The National Association of Catholic Chaplains presents a special educational webinar “Medical Assistance in Dying in Canada: Catholic Health Care Perspectives” on Thursday, September 21, from 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. (Mountain Time). Presenter is Dr. Christopher De Bono, vice-president of Mission, Ethics and Spirituality for Providence Health Care in Vancouver, who will discuss euthanasia and assisted suicide and what they mean for the Catholic health care community.

This workshop will focus primarily on the tensions as well as opportunities that MAiD represents in both acute and residential care settings. Clinical, ethical and pastoral theological lenses will be brought to bear on the phenomenon.

Participants qualify for 2.0 CEHs total for the session (includes 90 minutes for the webinar plus 30 minutes preparation time). To register online and pay by credit card, please visit the webinar page.


National Catholic Liturgical Conference
November 6-7, Vancouver Airport Marriott Hotel

Join us for "Temple Built of Living Stones," a national conference where Father Michael McGourty of the Archdiocese of Toronto will reflect on our rich identity as members of the Body of Christ visibly evident in our sacred spaces and liturgical symbols. Fr. Michael will reference The Order of a Dedication of a Church and an Altar to guide his reflection.

Who's invited? The conference is open to clergy, liturgy committee members, pastoral council members, chaplains, music ministers, interested parishioners, teachers and architects. Early arrivers can join in a pilgrimage to the Benedictine Westminster Abbey in Mission and tour a newly built church.

For details download the information sheet.