Saint Kateri Tekakwitha Centre is located at 887 Keefer Street in the midst of the Downtown Eastside of Vancouver. While its mandate is addressing the spiritual needs of all people, the centre focuses especially on social aspects of Aboriginal life.... Read More
“FATHER…this is eternal life, that they may know you, the only true God, and Jesus Christ whom you have sent.' 'God our Saviour desires all men to be saved and to come to the knowledge of the truth.' 'There is no other name under heaven given among men by which we must be saved' – than the name of JESUS.” (Catechism of the Catholic Church – Prologue)
Vancouver Archbishop J. Michael Miller released this statement for the B.C. March for Life, May 9. The Office of Life, Marriage and the Family will celebrate the National Week for Life and the Family, an initiative of the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops from May 12 to 19, 2013. More information is available here.
There are a number of existing parish-based men’s groups in the Archdiocese, in which men come together to pray, study the faith, and support each other. We hope to encourage more of these, convinced that men need other men, brothers with whom they can grow in their faith, find mutual encouragement, and develop Christ-centred friendships. See below for a directory of existing groups, plus a list of recommended resources.
Pastoral Letter on Chastity from the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops
“Chastity is a very real challenge, particularly for young people in our country today,” says Vancouver Archbishop J. Michael Miller, as he introduces a pastoral letter to young people on chastity. (To view pdf click Read More
The First Nations Office is under the direction of the Saint Kateri Tekakwitha Council Archdiocese of Vancouver. The Council and the Office help in the implementation of the Archbishop’s directives regarding his First Nations pastoral vision and mandate. This vision involves alleviating struggles faced by our First Nation communities and finding appropriate solutions, while developing and promoting processes that... Read More
The members of Our Lady of Guadalupe Circle reconfirm the mission statement at the 19-20 Oct. 2018 meeting
Our Lady of Guadalupe Circle is a Catholic coalition of Indigenous people, bishops, clergy, lay movements and institutes of consecrated life, engaged in renewing and fostering relationships between the Catholic Church and... Read More