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S+L BLOG: Diocese of Saskatoon



In preparation for Pope Francis’ new ecological encyclical set to come out June 18, 2015, the Roman Catholic Diocese of Saskatoon, led by Bishop Donald Bolen, have released a series of videos and study guides on how Catholics are leading and participating in a new commitment to respect and protect. The series is based on a recent ...read more
In preparation for Pope Francis’ new ecological encyclical set to come out June 18, 2015, the Roman Catholic Diocese of Saskatoon, led by Bishop Donald Bolen, have released a series of videos and study guides on how Catholics are leading and participating in a new commitment to respect and protect. The series is based on a recent ...read more
The Church graciously gives to us so many gifts. Through the Sacraments, through the liturgies, through guided prayer and meditation, we are given powerful moments to grow in our spirituality and we are offered this gift of faith. But gifts come not only from moments but through people. And the Church has certainly given us ...read more
Salt + Light Television is pleased to bring viewers the live online webcast of the Episcopal Ordination of Monsignor Donald Bolen this evening. Our webcast begins with a pre-recorded interview with Bishop-Elect Bolen at 8pm ET/6pm MDT, followed by ordination coverage at 8:45pm ET/6:45pm MDT. Over my years as a priest, I’ve been called to ...read more
As Salt + Light prepares to travel to Saskatoon, Saskatchewan for the Episcopal Ordination of Monsignor Donald Bolen, we invite you to share with us your thoughts and prayers for him. As laity, we can only imagine both the great responsibility and humility that comes with this call of leadership and service. But as faithful ...read more
There’s just something about people from the prairies. Maybe it is the familiarity, and the feeling that everyone is a neighbour. Or it is the humility that comes from knowing their place under the grandeur of the endless sky. Perhaps it is the gentleness of the people who see life begin with just one kernel ...read more