These times of pandemic have been filled with vulnerability, uncertainty, and for some, fear. But this moment, in which kids and teens are returning to school, may be marked by a particular sense of vulnerability by students, parents, and teachers alike. In this message, Archbishop Albert takes a moment to speak to students and parents, encouraging them in this journey we are all in together, encouraging trust and patience, and also exhorting us to not resort to stigmatizatio
This week, Archbishop Albert shares with us about what our seminarians have been up to since the start of the pandemic. They have been hard at work to pursue their studies, and have served our Church in whichever way they've been able to this summer. He also shares with us the heartening presence they have been for him and the hope they are for the future of our local Church. Please pray for our seminarians as they depart to resume their seminary studies in the coming days, t
August 15th is the feast of the Assumption, and is also the occasion during which we typically celebrate an archdiocesan pilgrimage at the Our Lady of Lourdes Grotto in Saint-Malo. Although this pilgrimage will not be taking place this year because of Covid, Archbishop Albert still invites us to reflect on Mary’s role in our lives. As her Assumption was a reflection of Jesus’ Ascension, so too are we called to join them in Heaven in God the Father’s love and glory. Mary’s Ass
Through this entire pandemic, what has given Archbishop Albert has been witnessing the countless people in our parishes and communities who have stepped up to serve. So many have come up with creative and effective initiatives to reach out. These are signs of God’s love, who never abandons us. We truly are His hands and feet! Archbishop Albert takes this opportunity to express a heartfelt thanks to all who have stepped forward.