Little Flower Parish is located on Treaty 4 Territory, the traditional lands of the Nêhiyawak, Nahkawé, and Nakota, and homeland of the Dakota, Lakota, and Métis peoples.
Truth & Reconciliation in Canada
Canadian Council of Catholic Bishops
On the first National Day of Recognition for Truth and Reconciliation, Orange Shirt Day on Sept. 30, 2021, students from St. Augustine School joined parishioners for Mass at Little Flower.
The five Catholic bishops of Saskatchewan on July 13 released more details about a planned fund-raising appeal entitled “Catholic TRC healing response.”
The Saskatchewan bishops said that the appeal’s goal is “to support Residential School survivors and their communities and to engage more deeply in our own ongoing commitment and response to the Truth and Reconciliation process” with funds going to the priorities of healing and reconciliation; cemeteries on the sites of former residential schools; and education and cultural support.
“We are collaborating with potential participants, and consulting with Indigenous dialogue partners, including Survivors, Elders, Knowledge Keepers, Chiefs, and other community members. Out of these conversations, each diocese and eparchy will discern and communicate separately how they will proceed with the Appeal in their respective dioceses and communities,” said the bishops.
For those who wish to donate immediately or make a long-term pledge, see the online giving options at: dscf.ca/catholic-trc-h....
Visit the newly updated Indigenous Relations Page on the Archdiocese website for this and other educational resources