The Oblate Congregation is deeply saddened at the recent discovery of the remains of 215 children, on the grounds of the former Kamloops Indian Residential School in British Colombia, Canada.
De Mazenod Outreach ministry will operate a local farm to grow food for Hamilton’s poor
Understanding what God is saying to us at this time of pandemic also represents a challenge for the Church’s mission.
The remains of three pioneers of the Church in Western Canada have been laid to rest in new graves at St. Albert, the historic heart of Catholicism in Alberta.
OMI Lacombe/Provincial/January 2019 With the consent of his Council meeting in Plenary Session on January 24, 2019, […]
Fr. Maurice SCHROEDER, an Oblate and a Medical Doctor, recently returned to his homeland after many years […]
On Friday, April 28th, 2017, JPIC-OMI Lacombe was very pleased to participate on the Eugène de Mazenod Medal award […]
The Oblate Conference of the Canada-United States Region (CROCUS) met at Yellowknife, NWT, at the invitation of […]
Brother Daniel DIONNE has been a professed Oblate since 1990. As such, he has served in various ways, both […]
Fr. Douglas JEFFREY tells of a new prayer ministry in Western Canada. Have you ever planted a garden? […]
Fr. James FIORI tells of a special project undertaken by his parish in the capital of Canada. […]
Oblate Constitution and Rules (9a) state that Oblates are called to “Action on behalf of Justice, Peace […]