We welcomed Fr. Dominic Yuen to our Parish July 3, 2012.

Father Dominic was born and grew up in Brandon. He received all of his sacraments of initiation as well as celebrated one of his first masses at St. Augustine’s Church. He received his diploma in Psychiatric Nursing at the Brandon Mental Health Center where he worked for some fourteen years. He received his Bachelors Degree at the Brandon University and his Masters of Divinity at the University of Western Ontario in London, ON. A graduate of St. Peter’s Seminary in London, Father Dominic served as assistant at Holy Rosary Parish in Winnipeg and as pastor in Russell and Rossburn until being sent to St. Augustine’s as pastor in July, 2006. Father Dominic attributes his relationship with Jesus Christ and his early spiritual development to his mother, the priests of St. Augustine’s and to many of the Sisters of Our Lady of the Missions whom he holds with deep affection. Father considers it an awesome privilege to have been able to serve his home parish as pastor.  On July 3, 2012, Fr. Dominic has been appointed Pastor of St. Anthony of Padua Parish (WK) in Winnipeg.

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Mass Schedule

Location: 250 Burrin Ave, Winnipeg, MB  R2V 1E5

Saturday 4:00pm, Sunday 9am and 11am, Please click read more for more details or see the calendar under the Events tab for the schedule.

Evening Prayer and Examination of Conscience
Our Archbishop Richard Gagnon has asked that all parishioners be invited to attend Evening Prayer and an Examination of Conscience as a part of our celebration for the Centennial Year.  Most parishes will have this event on March 1, however we here at St. Anthony’s will have this liturgy on Sunday, 22 February at 7 pm. The purpose of this gathering of the Faithful of the Archdiocese will be to acknowledge our sins of the past as a Church with the resolve to better “Proclaim Christ Always.”  I invite and encourage all parishioners of St. Anthony’s to attend this liturgy next Sunday evening.

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In 1915, there were some ten Roman Catholic families in West Kildonan who attended church.  The mass was ….

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