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Recent News and Events
A church in a small community is rebuilt from the ground up with the support of the larger Catholic community.
The exterior restoration work at the Cathedral is nearing completion. Stone repointing, repair and cleaning, replacement of copper, slate and flat roofs on the Cathedral, the Bishop’s Residence, and Rectory, as well as restoration of the solid oak entrance doors should be completed sometime in October.
On Tuesday September 5th, Chancery staff gathered for a photo as we start our new Pastoral year. Brunch followed on Thursday morning to celebrate the end of the summer and the new year to come!
Did you miss the students featured on our website as this year's Diocese of Hamilton Award recipients?
"That our parishes, animated by a missionary spirit may be places where faith is communicated and charity is seen"
Patrick J. Daly, chair of the HWCDSB and president of OCSTA, addresses some recent concerns in the Hamilton Spectator, regarding the Catholic school system.
Winners of the Diocese of Hamilton Student Awards
On Thursday, August 17th, Bishop Crosby blessed a new sculpture unveiled by the St. Joseph's Healthcare Foundation. The new piece of artwork can be found just outside the main doors at the Charlton campus.
The Winners of the Diocese of Hamilton Student Awards
Winners of the 2017 Diocese of Hamilton Student Awards
Family matters and we want to know your needs. Whether you are presently married, single, grandparents, parenting, or a young person in a family, we want to hear from you.
His Excellency, Bishop Crosby has written the following letter to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, concerning Canadian mining operations in Latin America and their detrimental effects on the natural environment and local populations, including Indigenous peoples.
The Catholic Cemeteries of the Diocese of Hamilton is hiring a family services counsellor
That artists of our time, through their creativity, may help us discover the beauty of creation.
The Newman Centre Guelph hosted the first Diocesan tri-chaplaincy Leadership Summit the weekend of August 4th to 6th.