Note: During Code Red of COVID, there are no Masses.
The liturgies can be accessed via the YouTube channel of the parish of Saints-MartyrsCanadians: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFLbnkM6HlRYpb4QjiXeBOg/live
Or on the Diocese's Facebook page at the https://www.facebook.com/ArchSaintBoniface/live
COVID-19 UPDATE (Nov 11)
The entire province of Manitoba will be under Code Red Alert as of Thursday, November 12th. Please be advised that there can be NO gatherings of any size for weekday or Sunday Masses. No in-person services can take place for at least four weeks.
If you need to get in touch with the parish: Please contact office and leave a message or email Sister Maria at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will get back to you as soon as possible. Thanks for your patience and understanding.
The livestreaming of Masses is permitted, however, provided that parishes limit the number of persons to five (5). Livestreamed Diocesan Mass with Archbishop Albert LeGatt: in French at 9:00 a.m. and in English at 10:30 a.m.
The liturgies can be accessed via the YouTube channel of the parish of Saints-Martyrs Canadians: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFLbnkM6HlRYpb4QjiXeBOg/live Or on the Diocese's Facebook page at the https://www.facebook.com/ArchSaintBoniface/live
Let us remember to pray for each other and for our province/country/world during this time of pandemic…
May Jesus & Mary enfold you and your families with their protection, tenderness, and peace.
All-loving God, we give you thanks and praise for mothers young and old.
We pray for young mothers, who give life and count toes and tend to our every need; May they be blessed with patience and tenderness to care for their families and themselves with great joy.
We pray for our own mothers who have nurtured and cared for us; May they continue to guide in strong and gentle ways. We remember mothers who are separated from their children because of war, poverty, or conflict; May they feel the loving embrace of our God who wipes every tear away.
We pray for women who are not mothers but still love and shape us with motherly care and compassion.
We remember mothers, grandmothers, and greatgrandmothers who are no longer with us but who live forever in our memory and nourish us with their love.