We are happy to welcome you to the Parish of St. Bernadette, a Roman Catholic community in the Archdiocese of St. Boniface.
Please note! Temporary Closure of the Worship Space.
- Masses will be Virtual:
Currently, under the current public health order, we are limited to a maximum of 10 people physically in attendance at celebrations of the Eucharist. Considering the large number of members of the parish, the impracticality of the proportion of those who can be permitted into the building versus those who would like to attend, and the unnecessary anxiety these tensions have produced, masses at St. Bernadette will be held virtually until further notice.
As such, all the efforts of the pastoral team will be devoted to producing the best possible experience of worship that we can by means of streaming the celebration of the Eucharist to our FaceBook presence and our YouTube library. We will produce a celebration of the Eucharist for Sunday mornings as well as weekday masses on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday mornings.
It is our sincere hope and prayer that these exceptional conditions will be for only a brief time, until such time as we can gather more meaningfully and safely as a worshipping community. In the meantime, let us pray and worship together in the ways that remain available to us. And let us be sustained by our faith, our hope, and our love of God and of each other.
Pax et bonum!
Please Call before coming due to COVID restrictions
Wednesday – Thursdays 9:00 am -4:00 pm
Closed for Lunch noon-1 pm
Penance- By appointment – please email Fr. Phil Daley or contact Parish office.
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Anointing of the sick– By appointment – please email Fr. Phil Daley or contact Parish office.
Weddings– Please call the parish, email Fr. Phil Daley one year in advance
Infant Baptisms– Please call, email Suzanne Lusty three months in advance
Adult Reception & Baptism– Please call the parish office.
PASTORAL TEAM DIRECTORY:
Parish Email: email@example.com
Jasmine Lusty – Parish Office Coordinator
Suzanne Lusty– Life-Long Faith Formation Coordinator
Andrew McTaggart – Building & Grounds Manager
Fr. Phil Daley – Pastor
During this time of Covid restrictions we have created several outdoor prayer areas in our parish of St Bernadette.
We have our Mary’s garden for the children which can be a useful teaching tool and a beautiful prayer spot in the parking lot area next to the church.
We have our walking Stations of the Cross meditation in our parking lot at the back.
We have a Sacred Heart of Jesus garden by the office doors.
We endeavour to follow restriction guidelines and ask those who pray in our gardens to do so respectfully.
Mary’s Garden for the Children
Please join us Saturdays via Facebook and YouTube in a virtual decade of the Rosary with weekly prayer intentions for the needs of the children in our lives and in the world.
Available beginning at 9am on Saturday.
Sacred Heart Jesus Statue.
This garden is located by the parish office doors.
Stations of the Cross
Located at the back of our parking lot.
Make a safe and secure donation to the parish with your Debit or Credit Card.
Taking advantage of the covid pause, we will be resetting our accounts.
Please Note: We will be issuing new envelope numbers.
To make pick-up arrangements we will call or email you.
for the Faithful of the Parish of St Bernadette
from the office of the Archbishop
Father Fred Olds dismissed from the clerical state
Father Fred Olds, formerly pastor at St. Bernadette and St. Timothy parishes, has been dismissed from the clerical state by Pope Francis.
Fred Olds may no longer celebrate or concelebrate the Eucharist (Mass), publicly or privately, nor may he administer the other Sacraments of the Church. He is also dispensed from priestly obligations, including celibacy.
Fred Olds has thus been returned to the lay state. Like any other lay person, he may continue to receive the Sacraments when he is properly disposed.
To read Archbishop LeGatt’s April 19, 2021 letter to the Diocesan and Religious Priests, summarizing the process, click here.
To view Archbishop LeGatt’s 2016, message to parishioners of St. Bernadette’s and St. Timothy’s, click here.
To read the November 22, 2016 diocesan memorandum, click here.
To read the November 30, 2016 press release, click here.
To read the Diocesan Policy for Protection of Children, Youth and Vulnerable Adults, click here.