264 Donwood Dr.
Winnipeg, MB
R2G 0W5
(204) 669-0501

Holy Redeemer Roman Catholic Parish

COVID-19 UPDATE (Oct 16)

Effective Monday, October 19, 2020, there will be a further restriction on indoor and outdoor gatherings to five (5) people.

While these new restrictions do not apply to ‘Faith Gatherings’ including Mass, they will apply to the celebration of weddings, funerals and baptisms. They will also apply to all parish and catechetical meetings.

The current restrictions on gatherings for Mass, including social distancing, remain. The use of face masks is also required for all indoor public gatherings.

According to the government, these rules will stay in place for at least two weeks.

Good Shepherd Campaign - United Now More Than Ever In Christ

You are invited to listen to this beautiful message from our Archbishop

Check out our Kids Corner page, updated weekly again.

Some Reflection during this time of Pandemic

Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ,

Greetings of Peace & Hope!

As you may already be well aware, Pope Francis has provided us with his third encyclical to reflect upon, entitled “Fratelli Tutti” and subtitled “On Fraternity and Social Friendship”.

In the document, Pope Francis states that COVID-19 pandemic has proven the failure of the world to work together during crisis. His message is to people of goodwill everywhere as well as to Catholics, and aims to soothe the fears caused by the coronavirus pandemic and to unite communities driven by racism, inequality, and climate change. Published on October 4, 2020  the Feast of St. Francis of Assisi, the encyclical calls for more human fraternity and solidarity.

Also, a YouTube video that reminds us of our need to reach out with compassion while truly grateful for being so blessed…

I pray the Lord to bless you abundantly.

May Jesus & Mary enfold you with their protection, tenderness, and peace.

Sister Maria

(Holy Redeemer Parish Life Director)

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Our Mission Statement

We are a diverse, spirit-led Roman Catholic community in the Archdiocese of Saint Boniface. We welcome all to listen to the Word, to pray, and to know, love and serve the Lord. Our faith is centered on our regular celebration of the Eucharist.

As a family of God we seek to deepen our personal relationship with Jesus Christ and grow as a faith community in a spirit of evangelization by engaging our members in works of ministry founded on prayer, faith formation, hospitality, social justice principles and acts of service.

Through spiritual, physical and financial resources, we are committed to promoting a strong and stable "family life" within our parish; as well as empowering, inspiring and mentoring our youth to become strong Christian adults who will witness and carry on the work of Jesus Christ in the church and in the world.

Submitted by the Parish Pastoral Council after deliberation and prayer.

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