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If you wish to receive the sacrament of reconciliation or communion, please call either Fr George at: (306) 727-3280 or Fr Tomy at: (306) 313-8018 to make an appointment.


















Deacon Lamont (no photo available)

Deacon Lamont has set up a web site where he continues to minister to people through leading the rosary, chaplet of Divine Mercy and sharing Gospel reflections. 
Here is the daily schedule

  • 7:00 am Live Stream of the Divine Mercy Chaplet
  • 12:00 p.m.  I will post the proclamation of today's Gospel with reflection
  • ​7:00 p.m. Live Stream of the Rosary (on Friday's it will be Stations of the Cross)









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Church of Our Lady


566 Vaughan Street, Moose Jaw, SK. 

  S6H 6L3 Ph: 692-2950    

  Fax:  691-5031

  Office Hours:

  Monday –Friday 1-5 p.m.


  Archdiocese Website:         


Pastor: Fr. Leonardo Tamayo 

Deacon Bill Schnitzler 692-1411

Administrative Assistant:

    Vicki Mayer   692-2950; 690-1271

Caretaker: Victor Morales 681-9547

Hall:  693-6599

                        May 10, 2020   

                  Fifth Sunday of Easter

     Happy Mother’s Day

We, as members of Church of Our Lady of the Blessed Sacrament, believe that we are called to minister to all who come through our

Doors.  As good stewards, when we go out, we will take Christ to our local community and to the whole of God’s world.


As we as a congregation cannot come together to worship, the following may provide a spiritual comfort during this very challenging time. May the peace of the Lord be with us.  Health and safety to all!

Please continue to keep Fr. Leonardo and his family in your prayers.


Mother`s Day Prayer

Lord God, bless our mother`s today with all good things:

health, joy, love, and laughter.

Keep her in your care and protect her from all which is harmful.

                                        And grant her peace and justice all her days. Amen


“My very best wishes for God’s abundant blessings to all Mothers.  Happy Mother’s Day.”

---From Fr. Leonardo


May 10, 2020 - 5th Sunday of Easter

“The stone which the builders rejected has become the cornerstone.” (1 Peter 2:7)

Every person has been given gifts from the Holy Spirit. These are called “charisms” and they are used to

build God’s kingdom on earth. While many people are able to recognize their natural talents and

abilities, they may be unsure of their charisms. If you know someone who is struggling for a direction in

life, give them a little encouragement. Help them discern their charisms and how God is calling them to

use them.  Remember - no gift is too small or insignificant in God’s salvation plan.


 Archbishop Donald Bolen’s Weekly Message

View the latest weekly video message from Archbishop Donald Bolen

 (May 7, 2020 - Archdiocese of Regina Facebook)

A couple of days ago, Bishop Don Bolen asked the question “What would you like people to say 20 years from now about how we as church and society lived through this pandemic.”  He presents 10 powerful and memorable responses received from his listeners.


May 10 — Fifth Sunday of Easter

  1. Lord hear our prayer that all farmers and those who work the soil as they plant the seeds for our nourishment are kept safe.
  1. Lord hear our prayer that the efforts of Farmland Legacies to provide food for the hungry may be successful.


Pope Francis’ Monthly Prayer Intentions - May

For Deacons

We pray that deacons, faithful in their service to the Word and the poor, may be an invigorating symbol for the entire Church.




 May is traditionally recognized as the month of Mary.  In our “Church of Our Lady” Parish we have a special connection to our Blessed Mother.  As well, our adjacent school is “St. Mary”.


Although we will not be having any public church devotions or procession of flowers by the children, you are encouraged to offer your personal prayers through Mary’s intercession.

In this time of social isolation, as you go on your daily walks or runs or sit quietly in your yards and gardens, consider praying the Rosary.



Social Justice: SHARE LENT

If you’re like me, it’s easy to tuck yourself away in your self-isolation bubble and forget the rest

of the world is still out there. Especially when we are so focused on what is happening daily in

our province and country (and maybe the country to the south), we can forget about others

who depend on our funding.


Hopefully, those of us who can, have given to the Food Bank or a similar local organization.

But please remember, too, that our Development and Peace partners, usually funded through

SHARE LENT donations, still need our help! To date less than half of the usual donations have

come into Church of Our Lady. If you missed the collection (I guess we all did!) and have not

yet donated to Development and Peace (and are still able to make a contribution), please

do so! You can drop off your SHARE LENT donation in the church mailbox or mail it to Church of

Our Lady, 566 Vaughan Street, Moose Jaw, SK S6H 6L3 through the Post Office.


Thank you for all you have done for others! In every way, our generosity towards others is what

defines us a church and as Christians.

  • Michele Yeager, Church of Our Lady Social Justice
  •  Lest We Forget

This weekend we recognize the 75th anniversary of “V-E Day”, victory in Europe and ultimately the end of World War 11.  We remember the 1.1 million Canadians who served and sacrificed and especially the 45,000 men and women who paid the supreme sacrifice. 

In May 2020, 75 years later, “we will remember them”.

May the departed rest in eternal peace.  And may perpetual light shine upon them.




ARCHDIOCESAN EVENTS (Video and Livestreaming)  This is the Archdiocese home page.


Thinking Faith 190: Creationism and the Catholic Church - Part 1

Deacon Eric and Dr. Brett begin a multipart series on Creationism and the Catholic Church. Young

earth, old earth, 6 days, billions of years. What does the Church say?

Show Snippet: “Both the fundamentalist and the atheist think that Christians who read and believe the Bible, need to be Creationists...and there’s a deep irony there, that the two groups that agree on that, are the groups that despise each other the most...”


Social Justice


Laudato si' Chapter One: Theme: Earth Day, Caring for Our Common Home – Presented by Tashia Toupin live on Wednesday, April 22nd and can be viewed now on the Facebook page.


Laudato si' Chapter Two:   Theme: “To Till and Keep” – Pre-recorded by Tashia Toupin, posted on Thursday April 30th @ 7:00 p.m.


Laudato Si' – Chapter Three: The Human Roots of the Ecological CrisisPresented by Tashia Toupin, on Thursday May 7th @ 7:00 p.m.


Laudato Si' – Chapter Four:   Integral EcologyPresented by Tashia Toupin,

on Thursday May 14th @ 7:00 p.m.


Catholic Social Teachings

Spilling the Tea: on Catholic Social Teachings

                                               30 years and most people still don’t know about them! Learn what they are and ask our weekly

                                               guest how they live them out Tuesdays at 7:00 PM on Facebook


Burns Hanley Update

Due to the recent restrictions from the

Province of Saskatchewan our store is temporarily closed.

Starting April 21, if you need to purchase or pick up an order, please call 306-359-3606

 between 10 am and 2 pm, Tuesday to Saturday to make an appointment.

(Our regular phone #will only play a message)

Thank you for supporting us. We look forward to the day

these challenges are behind us. May God Bless and Protect Us All.


Archdiocese of Regina Weekly Report

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other news, delivered to your inbox every Friday morning.  Free! Sign up now:


Archdiocese of Regina on Social Media

We invite you to like us on Facebook, we will have regular Facebook Live prayers and we would love to have you join us!

You can also find us on Twitter @archioceseofreg and on Instagram archdioceseofregina.


Prayers, Devotions and Resources
Visit the Prayers and Devotions page to find information on daily mass, daily readings and reflections, prayers, stations of the cross and other resources that may be valuable during this time of social distancing. Also see our page with French resources:



Please note if you happened to miss either of these webinars, you can still watch

them. Here are the links to UEvangelize and Surviving or Thriving Part 2

UEvangelize – New Evangelization Summit:

Surviving or Thriving Part 2 – Amazing Parish:


Upcoming Webinar by Amazing Parish:


Thursday, May 14

10:00am PT/1:00pm ET

Join New York Times bestselling author, and Amazing Parish co-founder, Patrick

Lencioni for a nationwide gathering of pastors and parish leaders to discuss how to lead

your parish through crisis…and come out thriving on the other side.


Register Here:







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A quick note to let you know that our Christ the King Parish Shaunavon Facebook page has increased its activity recently and we are excited to say that we have a NEW Christ the King Parish website! Daily Spiritual Nourishments and Father's Homilies can be found on the CTK News Blog (website) and Facebook page regularly. Grateful to Cindy Nelson for coordinating Lyanne Campbell, Matthew Fahlman, Rhonda McPhee, and Caitlin Willman's contributions to the development of the website over the last 2 years.