Diocese of Saskatoon clergy gather for Study Days featuring enrichment, fraternity and prayer

Priests from across the diocese of Saskatoon gathered Nov. 14-17 for Clergy Study Days, a time of learning, prayer, reflection and fraternity. (Photo by Fr. Darryl Millette)

By Kiply Lukan Yaworski, Catholic Saskatoon News

Clergy from across the Roman Catholic Diocese of Saskatoon gathered Nov. 14-17 at Elk Ridge near Waskesiu, SK, for prayer, reflection, fraternity and inspiration.

The Clergy Study Days included keynote sessions by Archbishop Emeritus Terrence Prendergast, SJ, speaking on The Call to Community, Accountability and Authentic Witness, as well as addressing the New Evangelization in the Year of Matthew (Year A). Archbishop Prendergast is retired archbishop of Otttawa-Cornwall, and former archbishop of Halifax.

“Supporting our Vocation in a Missionary Climate” was the theme of session presented by Rev. John Lemire of Timmins, ON, president of the Ontario Diocesan Vocation Directors Association, a member of the Ontario Conference of Catholic Bishops Commission for Priests and the President of the Diocesan Vocation Directors of Canada.

Study Days also included a presentation by Msgr. John Renken and David Stack on canonical and civil statutes of incorporated parishes, and a “Bishop’s Forum” with Bishop Mark Hagemoen.

More information about Clergy Study Days speakers: PDF

Gallery of photos:

Photos by Fr. Binu Rathappillil, VC, and Fr. Darryl Millette