Recent News and Events - July 2022
The Holy Father will visit Canada from July 24 to July 29, 2022. Pope Francis' historic visit to Canada will provide an opportunity for the Pope to listen and dialogue with Indigenous Peoples and to address the impact of residential schools in Canada. Drawing on the theme, "Walking Together", the Holy Father's journey of reconciliation, healing and hope includes visits...
Our 2022 Diocese of Hamilton Student Awards continue with Elena Hilson from Cathedral High School in Hamilton. The Award recognizes a student in the graduating class who has attained high academic proficiency and exemplifies Catholic leadership qualities, Christian values and a commitment to service in the community.
We invite all young adults aged 18-35 who are interested in representing the Diocese of Hamilton at World Youth Day in Lisbon, Portugal, to register now! The first deposit is due in less than four weeks. For details and to register, visit:
Our 2022 Diocese of Hamilton Student Awards begin with Teagan Morassutti from St. Mary's High School in Owen Sound. The Award recognizes a student in the graduating class who has attained high academic proficiency and exemplifies Catholic leadership qualities, Christian values and a commitment to service in the community.
Thank you to all who participated in the initial stage of the preparation for the Synod of Bishops, which will take place in Rome in October 2023 on the theme of Synodality: Communion, Participation and Mission. Over 2,000 submissions were received in the Diocese of Hamilton, including both individual and group responses. Every effort was made to include your thoughts in the Diocesan summary...
On the evening of the Solemnity of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, June 24, 2022, the Diocese of Hamilton welcomed three young men into the transitional diaconate. His Excellency, Bishop Lobsinger, Auxiliary Bishop of Hamilton, ordained Deacon John Ha, Deacon Paul Niesiobedzi, and Deacon Johnathan Reitzel.
The Diocese of Hamilton award is presented to graduating students who have attained high academic proficiency, and who exemplify Catholic leadership qualities, Christian values, and a commitment to service in the community. This year's recipient from St. Jerome's University is Mike Meleka.