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  • Support Our Work News Calendar of Events Press Releases Press Release Archives Missionaries in the News Missionaries in the News Archives Tales from the Province Videos E newsletter sign up Where in the Divine Word World Experts Guide Obituaries 2016 In memoriam 2015 In memoriam 2014 In memoriam 2013 In memoriam 2012 In memoriam 2011 In memoriam 2010 In memoriam 2009 In memoriam 2008 In memoriam 2007 In memoriam 2006 In memoriam 2005 Resources Photo Gallery Photo Gallery Archives Free Downloads Protect Our Children Robert M Myers Archives Research Guidelines Holdings Plan a Visit Other Websites Members Intranet Member Documents Member Directories Member Education Characteristic Dimensions Our Lady of Good Counsel in Otterburn Park Que Appalachian District Canada District Mission Santa Cruz in Montréal Cristo Rei in Mississauga Ont Ss Salvador do Mundo in Mississauga Ont Our Lady of Good Counsel in Otterburn Park Que St John Bosco in Toronto St Matthew in Toronto Caribbean District Midwest District New Jersey District Southern District of St Arnold Paroisse Notre Dame du Bon Conseil Our Lady of Good Counsel Otterburn Park Quebec Since its founding in the late 1950s Paroisse Notre Dame du Bon Conseil Our Lady of Good Counsel in the Diocese of Saint Hyacinthe has been a multilingual parish During the pre Vatican II era Masses were celebrated in Latin Today French English and Spanish can be heard in the sanctuary As in many parishes Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament is an important component of life at Paroisse Notre Dame du Bon Conseil The Blessed Sacrament is always present in the Madone du Salut chapel except on the first Friday of each month when it is exposed in the church from 8 a m to 6 30 p m Masses at Pariosse Notre Dame du Bon Conseil Tuesday through Friday

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  • Press Releases Press Release Archives Missionaries in the News Missionaries in the News Archives Tales from the Province Videos E newsletter sign up Where in the Divine Word World Experts Guide Obituaries 2016 In memoriam 2015 In memoriam 2014 In memoriam 2013 In memoriam 2012 In memoriam 2011 In memoriam 2010 In memoriam 2009 In memoriam 2008 In memoriam 2007 In memoriam 2006 In memoriam 2005 Resources Photo Gallery Photo Gallery Archives Free Downloads Protect Our Children Robert M Myers Archives Research Guidelines Holdings Plan a Visit Other Websites Members Intranet Member Documents Member Directories Member Education Characteristic Dimensions St John Bosco in Toronto Appalachian District Canada District Mission Santa Cruz in Montréal Cristo Rei in Mississauga Ont Ss Salvador do Mundo in Mississauga Ont Our Lady of Good Counsel in Otterburn Park Que St John Bosco in Toronto St Matthew in Toronto Caribbean District Midwest District New Jersey District Southern District of St Arnold St John Bosco Toronto To serve a growing number of immigrants from Italy in 1960 the Archdiocese of Toronto established St John Bosco Parish In 1995 the demographics of the parish began to change as families of Italian heritage moved to the suburbs and Portuguese immigrants inhabited the St John Bosco neighborhood Today the parish consists predominantly of Portuguese families and small Italian and English speaking communities The Chicago Province of the Society of the Divine Word staffs this parish as a commitment to its mandate to serve the immigrant Church while helping diverse communities to preserve their heritage languages and cultures At St John Bosco we celebrate daily and weekend liturgies in three languages and devote special attention to ethnic festivities as customs dictate Although each community has its own Mass language and customs we encourage them to worship together as members of God

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  • in the Divine Word World Experts Guide Obituaries 2016 In memoriam 2015 In memoriam 2014 In memoriam 2013 In memoriam 2012 In memoriam 2011 In memoriam 2010 In memoriam 2009 In memoriam 2008 In memoriam 2007 In memoriam 2006 In memoriam 2005 Resources Photo Gallery Photo Gallery Archives Free Downloads Protect Our Children Robert M Myers Archives Research Guidelines Holdings Plan a Visit Other Websites Members Intranet Member Documents Member Directories Member Education Characteristic Dimensions St Matthew in Toronto Appalachian District Canada District Mission Santa Cruz in Montréal Cristo Rei in Mississauga Ont Ss Salvador do Mundo in Mississauga Ont Our Lady of Good Counsel in Otterburn Park Que St John Bosco in Toronto St Matthew in Toronto Caribbean District Midwest District New Jersey District Southern District of St Arnold St Matthew Toronto Named in honor of the apostle Matthew whose name means the gift of Yahweh or the faithful St Matthew serves a diverse population that includes many people who were born outside of Canada and speak a language other than English Most Rev Neil McNeil archbishop of Toronto established St Matthew in 1933 In the early years most of the parishioners were English speaking However between 1950 and 1960 the Italian community began to grow in number until they became the majority In 1988 the parish demographics changed again as families of Italian heritage slowly moved to the suburbs and Portuguese families settled in the area and became parishioners Today St Matthew parishioners come from multi cultural backgrounds The majority belong to three linguistic groups Portuguese Italian and English This reality is reflected in the Masses and services offered by the parish We celebrate daily and weekend liturgies in all three languages and devote special attention to ethnic festivities from the different cultures The Society of the Divine

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  • Divine Word Novitiate Divine Word Theologate Support Our Work News Calendar of Events Press Releases Press Release Archives Missionaries in the News Missionaries in the News Archives Tales from the Province Videos E newsletter sign up Where in the Divine Word World Experts Guide Obituaries 2016 In memoriam 2015 In memoriam 2014 In memoriam 2013 In memoriam 2012 In memoriam 2011 In memoriam 2010 In memoriam 2009 In memoriam 2008 In memoriam 2007 In memoriam 2006 In memoriam 2005 Resources Photo Gallery Photo Gallery Archives Free Downloads Protect Our Children Robert M Myers Archives Research Guidelines Holdings Plan a Visit Other Websites Members Intranet Member Documents Member Directories Member Education Characteristic Dimensions St Gerard in Anguilla Appalachian District Canada District Caribbean District St Gerard Anguilla Parishes of Jamaica St Patrick Montserrat Parishes of St Kitts Nevis St Martin of Tours St Maarten St William Tortola St Ursula Virgin Gorda Midwest District New Jersey District Southern District of St Arnold St Gerard Anguilla St Gerard in Anguilla is a young parish in age and membership Records of the first organized Catholic community on this Caribbean island date back to 1948 That small community of a dozen or so built a small chapel and rectory In 1961 a hurricane damaged the chapel and destroyed the rectory Not to be deterred parishioners found another place to gather Marie Lake the last surviving heiress of the Wallblake Estate had donated her house and land to the Church a couple years earlier The Catholic congregation met at the Wallblake House until 1966 when a new church was built The first Divine Word Missionary arrived on the island in 1984 Today registered parishioners number more than 300 with one third being under age 20 The parish is alive with religious education classes St Vincent de Paul

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  • is a living sign of the passage in St John s Gospel that prays that they all be one A unique example of Christian unity Church of Reconciliation is the spiritual home of two faith communities one Roman Catholic and the other Anglican Most Rev Samuel E Carter S J archbishop of Kingston and Right Rev Herbert D Edmondson Anglican bishop of Jamaica officially dedicated the church in 1977 For more than 30 years the two congregations have shared the same worship space and have engaged in joint spiritual pastoral social and fundraising activities Portman which has a population of roughly 300 000 is a dormitory town to the island s capital Situated west of Kingston Portman consists of several housing communities which are home to many in Kingston s workforce who commute daily The Divine Word Missionaries have served Church of Reconciliation since 2005 The missionaries who tend to this church also care for Good Shepherd Good Shepherd is located in Portman s Braeton community Masses at Church of Reconciliation Tuesday through Friday 7 15 a m English Saturday 7 30 a m English Sunday 10 30 a m English Third Tuesday of each month 7 30 p m English Masses at Good Shepherd Wednesday 7 00 p m English Sunday 7 30 a m English First Friday and Saturday of each month 7 30 a m English For more information about Church of Reconciliation in Bridgeport or Good Shepherd in Braeton contact the Divine Word Missionaries at 1 876 988 0033 Church of Reconciliation 307 Goodman Ave P O Box 14 Bridgeport P O St Catherine Jamaica West Indies Our Lady of the Assumption Morant Bay Jamaica A vibrant parish Our Lady of the Assumption is the center of much spiritual and social outreach that helps to improve

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  • 2016 In memoriam 2015 In memoriam 2014 In memoriam 2013 In memoriam 2012 In memoriam 2011 In memoriam 2010 In memoriam 2009 In memoriam 2008 In memoriam 2007 In memoriam 2006 In memoriam 2005 Resources Photo Gallery Photo Gallery Archives Free Downloads Protect Our Children Robert M Myers Archives Research Guidelines Holdings Plan a Visit Other Websites Members Intranet Member Documents Member Directories Member Education Characteristic Dimensions St Patrick in Montserrat Appalachian District Canada District Caribbean District St Gerard Anguilla Parishes of Jamaica St Patrick Montserrat Parishes of St Kitts Nevis St Martin of Tours St Maarten St William Tortola St Ursula Virgin Gorda Midwest District New Jersey District Southern District of St Arnold St Patrick Montserrat St Patrick in Lookout Montserrat is a church that has arisen from the ashes literally In 1997 a volcanic eruption destroyed two of the three Catholic churches and made two thirds of the island uninhabitable Shortly thereafter three quarters of this Caribbean island nation s population left However the natural disaster did not squelch the spirit of those who remained In 2009 the parish completed the rebuilding process and officially dedicated its new church The celebration continues in 2010 as the parish marks

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  • island of St Kitts Steeped in the history and traditions of Portuguese and Irish immigrants the parish is one of two cathedrals in the Diocese of St John s Basseterre Because St Kitts is a popular cruise ship destination the staff at the Co Cathedral regularly welcomes parishioners and visitors alike On any given Sunday the congregation might be filled with families who descended from the island s long time inhabitants contractors from Asia medical students from Africa employees of the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank and tourists The active parish maintains several organizations junior and senior choirs networks for youth young adults men and women a grief support group volunteers who visits prisons and others who visit patients in hospitals The parish s St Vincent de Paul Society manages a Saturday food distribution point a clinic that is open to people who live on the streets and programs that reach out to youth who became involved in juvenile street gangs The Co Cathedral also is home to St Jerome Biblical Studies Institute which offers weekly Bible studies classes and weekend courses In addition to the biblical institute the parish provides Catholic education to grade school students through St Theresa Convent and St Joseph School First opened more than 100 years ago the parish school enrolls about 600 students a year In 2008 the parish broke ground for a new building to house a new Immaculate Conception Catholic School the amalgamation of the two existing schools St Theresa Convent and St Joseph School The project is targeted to be completed in 2011 Masses at Co Cathedral Monday and Friday 7 p m English Tuesday and Thursday 6 30 a m English Wednesday 6 30 a m and noon English Saturday 7 p m English Sunday 8 30 p m English For more information about Immaculate Conception Co Cathedral Parish Holy Family or St Theresa contact the Divine Word Missionaries at 1 869 465 2464 or 1 869 465 2541 Co Cathedral Parish East Independence Square P O Box 237 Basseterre St Kitts West Indies e mail cocathedral sisterisles kn website http co cathedral blogspot com Holy Family Molineux St Kitts A member of the Holy Spirit Missionary Sisters one of the two religious orders that St Arnold Janssen founded for women serves as administrator of Holy Family A Divine Word Missionary is assigned as sacramental priest for the parish Masses at Holy Family Sunday 10 30 a m English Tuesday 6 30 p m English Friday 7 a m English For more information about the work of the Divine Word Missionaries at Holy Family in Molineux St Kitts call 1 869 465 2464 Holy Family Catholic Presbytery P O Box 237 Basseterre St Kitts West Indies Sacred Heart Sandy Point St Kitts The Divine Word Missionaries recently accepted pastoral duties for Sacred Heart in Sandy Point The pastor at Sandy Point also cares for St Joseph in Old Road Masses at Sacred Heart Sunday 8 a m For more information about

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  • Members Intranet Member Documents Member Directories Member Education Characteristic Dimensions St Martin of Tours St Maarten Appalachian District Canada District Caribbean District St Gerard Anguilla Parishes of Jamaica St Patrick Montserrat Parishes of St Kitts Nevis St Martin of Tours St Maarten St William Tortola St Ursula Virgin Gorda Midwest District New Jersey District Southern District of St Arnold St Martin of Tours St Maarten The St Martin of Tours parish in the Dutch territory of St Maarten consists of not one but three churches St Martin of Tours in Philipsburg Mary Star of the Sea in Simpson Bay and The Risen Christ in South Reward The parish presently is served by three Divine Word Missionaries The first one began ministry in St Maarten a part of the Diocese of Willemstad in 2005 The Catholic community on the island dates back to the mid 17th century As the number of Catholics grew so did the structures in which they worshipped The current church buildings were constructed in 1952 1965 and 1977 respectively There is a need for a fourth large church This multi ethnic parish has an estimated 22 000 members representing well over 100 ethnic groups In addition to the descendants of the original St Maarteners the parish includes Europeans Americans Canadians Indians Lebanese Haitians Hispanics and Filipinos to mention just a few groups International tourists also become a part of the life of the parish community when on the island This large parish is abuzz with numerous organizations to meet the needs of the parish members and those to whom it reaches out Within the parish there are six Catholic grade schools one Catholic high school and the Center for Catechesis Parishioners also volunteer to staff the Bishop William M Ellis Foundation s office and warehouse Established by

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