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Paroisse St. Denis Parish

           Roman Catholic Parish of the Archdiocese of St.Boniface

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+ New Clarifications regarding COVID-19 Prevention Measures:

New provincial restrictions came into effect on October 29. 

These limit weddings, baptisms, funerals and prayer vigils for the deceased to 25 people or 25 % of church capacity, whichever is lower.

Having established a consensus on the matter, archbishops LeGatt, Gagnon and Huculak, wishing to accompany families during intense times of their lives, provide for the following:

If a family asks to extend a wedding, funeral, prayer vigil or baptism to a number that exceeds the participation limitations indicated above by restricting attendance only to those fully vaccinated, that request is allowed to be arranged in consultation with the parish pastoral leadership.

In that case, the family must manage the communication and verification pertaining to proof of vaccination. This, of course, may be arranged on a case-by-case basis by turning to the services of funeral directors or other third parties. However, this does not include the expectation that parish personnel and/or volunteers carry out this task.

PLEASE NOTE:  As of August 28, 2021, the Province has once again mandated that masks must be worn in all indoor public places, including places of worship.

PLEASE NOTE: As of August 30, 2020, upon arrival, attendees must write their name and phone number on the “contact tracing form”.

Le 13 mars 2020 Après avoir obtenu quotidiennement de l’information du ministère de la Santé, des Aînés et de la Vie active, et avoir consulté le Dr. Brent Roussin, le médecin hygiéniste en chef du Manitoba, l’Archidiocèse a décidé de mettre en œuvre le protocole suivant. Ce protocole entre en vigueur immédiatement et sera maintenu jusqu’à ce que l’Archidiocèse indique qu’il revient à la pratique liturgique régulière. Nous vous rappelons qu’il est recommandé que les personnes atteintes de symptômes de grippe s’absentent de la célébration de la liturgie dominicale. Personne ayant des symptômes de grippe ne devrait participer à un ministère liturgique.

Cliquez sur le lien ci-dessous pour le protocole.

Protocole liturgique n o

II à suivre en situation de pandémie

du nouveau coronavirus COVID-19 

March 13, 2020 Having received information on a daily basis from the Department of Health, Seniors and Active Living and having consulted the Chief Provincial Public Health Officer, Dr. Brent Roussin, the Archdiocese has decided to implement the following protocol. This protocol is effective immediately and will be maintained until such time as the Archdiocese indicates that it is returning to the regular liturgical practice. We remind you that it is recommended that those with flu like symptoms absent themselves from the celebration of the Sunday Liturgy. No one with flu like symptoms should participate in a liturgical ministry.

Click on the link below for the protocol.

Pandemic Preparation Liturgical Protocol No. II

for the novel coronavirus COVID-19

Our Vision - Making our parish a missionary Church

Notre Vision - Faire de la paroisse une Église missionnaire

Our Mission - Love God, Love others, Form disciples

Notre Mission - Aimer Dieu, Aimer les autres, Former des disciples

 53 St. Augustine Street, Haywood, MB

MASS TIME: Sunday - 9:00 am, Bilingual celebration

Eucharistic Adoration every Friday at 9:00 am

Confessions every Friday from 9:00 am to 10:00 am 

Mass every Friday at 10:00 am.

Saint Denis

"Bishop of Paris, and martyr. Born in Italy, nothing is definitely known of the time or place, or of his early life. His feast is kept on 9 October. He is usually represented with his head in his hands because, according to the legend, after his execution the corpse rose again and carried the head for some distance."

Excerpt from the Catholic Encyclopedia