We are happy to welcome you to St. Bernadette Parish, a Roman Catholic community in the Archdiocese of St. Boniface.

Our Location

820 Cottonwood Rd Wpg Mb.

R2J 1G1


Fax: 204-255-1083

Office Hours

Tuesday – Friday 9:00 am -4:00 pm (Closed noon-1 pm)

Mass Times

Saturday – 5pm

Sunday – 9am & 11am

Weekday Masses:

Tuesday -6:30pm;

Wednesday 9am,

Thursday 9am & 6:30pm (followed by a Holy hour of Adoration),

and Friday at 9 am (followed by Adoration on the first Friday of the month)


Father Chukwuemeka Okafor


Deacon Doug Cross

deacon.doug@st-bernadette.ca, 204-257-1659

Jaime Siska (chair), Mike Maida, Karen Burwash, Claude Jolicoeur, Gabrielle Bernardin, Pat O’Connor, and Marcel Rainville.– Finance Committee


Jasmine Lusty – Parish Office & Communications Coordinator


Suzanne Lusty– Life-Long Faith Formation Coordinator 


Andrew McTaggart – Building & Grounds Manager



Penance- By appointment – please contact the Parish office.

Anointing of the sick– By appointment – please email or contact the Parish office.

Weddings– Please call or email the parish, one year in advance

Infant Baptisms– Please call or email Suzanne Lusty three months in advance

Adult Reception & Baptism– Please call or email the parish office.

Catechism & Children’s Sacraments– Please call or email Suzanne Lusty

About our Parish

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Parish Schedule

To Find Daily Mass Readings, Including Sunday Readings Press Here

Christmas Eve Saturday December 24
5pm – Children’s Mass
Christmas Day Sunday December 25

New Years Eve Saturday December 31
New Years Day Sunday January 1

Great News! We are planning our in person catechism program for this fall beginning Tuesday October 4 at 6:15 in the church for the  students and parents. Please note that parents are to stay at the first evening to meet those involved and have our procedures explained. Classes will run on Tuesday evenings from 6:15-7:30pm weekly. 
Please contact the office for further information.

Sign up HERE

Please note: One registration per family. 


Confession will be available during the Thursday evening Adoration after the 6:30pm mass and on the first Fridays of the month during the adoration after the 9am mass. Fr. Chukwuemeka will also hear confessions after masses for individuals, please ask him for a time.

This weekend and throughout November we remember the saints and souls of those who have died. We invite you to write the names of your deceased family members and friends in our Book of the Names of the Dead located in front of St Bernadette.
We have also added a prayer box in the Narthex by the candle bank where you can place your deceased family members and friends names to add to our parish community’s prayers of the Faithful Departed.  Light a candle and recited the Eternal rest prayer found in front of the candle bank.  Please take a prayer care for the Holy Souls in Purgatory on All Souls Day to add to your prayers this month.

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Heavenly Father, thank you for gathering us together as St. Bernadette Parish. We come before you, conscious of our failings, united in Your name and longing for your blessing.
Lord Jesus, grant us wisdom and forgiveness. Teach us to grow, love, share, and renew our lives. Help us to learn from the past and enter confidently into the future. Help us to cherish, value and respect one another as the Body of Christ.
Holy Spirit, inspire us to offer our gifts and talents where needed. Help us to become flames of faith, hope and love, in our families, in our communities, and in our workplaces. Help us to tend to the needy and the sick, to welcome the stranger and the outcast. 
Holy Trinity, guide us as we discern Your will for the spiritual renewal and growth of our parish. Come to us, remain with us, and enlighten our path. You desire justice for all; enable us to uphold the rights of others.  Through patience, love, and true charity lead us forward in Your Light.
St. Bernadette, pray for us. St. Boniface, pray for us. All Holy men and women, pray for us.

Parish Envelopes.

The envelopes are placed at the entrance of the church. 

If you don’t see your name please sign up for envelopes, either in the church or call the parish.

There are a few ways to donate to the parish. 
Direct Deposit (Form found here).
– Mail in your collection (Make sure your name and address are written).
– Bring in your collection (Make sure your name and address are written).

If you have any questions please contact the parish.

Thank you!

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