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Welcome to the Cathedral of the Holy Family, a Roman Catholic Church in the Diocese of Saskatoon, Canada.

 

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Sunday Mass Times:

9:00 am, 11:30 am, 6:30 pm

Weekday Mass Times:

As scheduled; typically

  • Monday at 12:15 pm
  • Tuesday at 12:15 pm
  • Wednesday at 7:00 pm, with Our Lady of Perpetual Help devotion following at 7:30 pm
  • Thursday at 12:15 pm
  • Friday at 12:15 pm, and Friday at 10:00 am at Sherbrooke.

Please refer to the bulletin for this week's schedule. The noon Mass is usually held in the Queen of Peace Chapel (down the hallway past the washrooms).

Sacrament of Reconciliation:

Saturdays at 11:00 am or by appointment.

Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament:

Thursday evenings from 7:00-9:00 pm.
First Fridays of the month from 1:00-2:00 pm.

Location:

123 Nelson Road
Saskatoon, SK, S7S 1H1
Canada


Phone: 306-659-5800
Fax: 888-897-7980
Email: info@holyfamilycathedral.ca

You can access our parking lot from the first round-about on Nelson Road, just north of Attridge Drive, or from the Forestry Farm exit.

Office hours:
Monday-Friday from 9:00am-12:00pm, 1:00pm-4:30pm.
(The Parish Office is closed for lunch from 12:00-1:00pm.)

  

 


 

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I’ve always loved Star Wars. I grew up with it. I watched the movies all the time. I had some of the figurines and a speeder bike that exploded. I regularly checked to see if I had the Force. (I still don’t.) I memorized many of the lines.

Yoda especially said memorable things. “Control, control. You must learn control!” He may look like a muppet, but he’s full of things that sound wise.

Thinking outside the box

Friday, February 14, 2020 Written by

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I grew up on a Saskatchewan farm in the early ‘70’s. As a result, many of the things that we owned had been repaired a time or two over the course of the years. Often, they started out as something else entirely, like using an old ceramic crock as a Christmas Tree stand. Replacing a missing pin on a pulley with a bent nail or wrapping a piece of heavy wire around a joint to keep it tight didn’t seem out of the ordinary to me. It was what you had to do to get the job done, and we improvised with what we had.  

Growing Up

Thursday, February 6, 2020 Written by

Its about time don’t you think? I really ought to grow up. 34 years old and I am still shocked and surprised when life gets hard, good grief.  C’est la vie, underneath all the adult, I still feel like a little girl. Always expecting apple tree blossoms, soft breezes, and my own personal little wooden swing to float up and down on as the air blows through my pretty flower girl dress and my hair gently brushes back and forth across my freckles. I still feel like I should have a father somewhere out there that will catch me if I fall, make sure I always have enough, and hold me close when life is too much to bear. I still become indignant when life dumps a truck load of **** on my lap.  And when I want to whine about how unfair it all is, I still want a mother to fix me a cup of tea, wrap me up in a blanket, listen to all have to say and assure me that all will be well, I just need to take a nap.

Easy Peezy?

Wednesday, January 29, 2020 Written by

We got the call in mid November. A call from your child has many implications. This one was “I got transferred can you help us move? “Of course, when do you have to be there?” “Early January.” Easy, peezy, right. Not so, the move was from Masset on Haida Gwaii (formerly the Queen Charlotte Islands) to Kamloops. After many phone calls back and forth to determine the best plan of action it was decided the family should try to sell as much household  items as possible to reduce the size of the Uhaul van which would come by ferry over to Sandspit. Mom and dad will fly into Sandspit pick up the van and drive the 1 hour up to Masset on New Year’s Eve, we pack and load and then take the overnight ferry over to the mainland on January 2, two days travel and we are there.