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2021 - Year of St. Joseph

As of Friday, February 26, 2021 the entire Province of Manitoba remains at the CRITICAL LEVEL (RED) on the COVID-19 Pandemic Response System.

Parishioners please note that COVID-19 updates from the Archdiocese are published when necessary to disclose any changes which may occur regarding church operations. The most recent update was published on
February 10, 2021. Click
here to read the latest update, which includes parameters for a modest re-opening.

The parish office is open again, so if you have any questions or concerns, call the office at 204-857-5172.

Take care and stay safe.

Lead Kindly Light - John Henry Newman - A Prayer for Trust and Surrender

This beautiful hymn was written by Cardinal John Henry Newman who wrote these words during his time of sickness and bound for three weeks in Italy on his way back to England his home land. Longing to be at home in times of uncertainties and not knowing where the paths lead us at times that we have to journey through. Our feeling of being 'got-stuck' in these kind of situations and experience hopelessness and powerlessness that drowns us in our own fear and lack of trust. But in these times of darkness there rises a prayer of hope and assurance like John Henry Newman pours out his heart and soul in this beautiful prayer. Today we pray it as a beautiful hymn, and this hymn can become our prayer too in these times of pandemic and reassure us by the guiding hand of God especially during these times that test our faith and trust in God.

Lead, kindly Light, amid the encircling gloom, Lead me Thou on! The night is dark, and I am far from home, Lead Thou me on! Keep Thou my feet; I do not ask to see the distance scene; One step is enough for me. I was not ever thus, nor prayed that Thou shouldst lead me on; I loved to choose and see my path, but now lead Thou me on.


** Paper copies of the Bulletin are available in a box outside the front of the church.

Our Mission

We, the unified members of Good Shepherd Parish, are called to be a welcoming and charitable community, serving the needs of others.  Our Catholic Tradition and the diversity of our generation, cultures, and gifts invite us to form one body in Christ, our Shepherd.

We value life and the love of God in all our relationships and trust in His promise of eternal life.  We are shaped by His love.  We are strengthened by Scripture.  We are nourished and embraced by the Eucharist.  We seek the face of Christ in all His creations.

We strive to live completely as one body, serving as He served.  We are committed to building up a community of faith by deepening our relationship with Christ, being seeds of hope to others, and spreading God's wonder and awe throughout the world.

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