Parish Life Returning to Normal Across the Archdiocese

On 8 August, Archbishop Irénée visited Holy Trinity Church in Quebec City
August 20, 2021

The ongoing pandemic continues as a matter of concern throughout the world, but as vaccinations take hold and health precautions are eased, a more normal parish and worship life is beginning to be experienced across the archdiocese. In many parishes, the August feasts of the Transfiguration and Dormition have provided the opportunity for the faithful to gather again to give thanks to God for all his saving mercies and protection during a time of trial. Our beloved archpastor, Archbishop Irénée, is keeping safe in Rawdon, Québec, and has yet to resume a full visiting schedule, but took the opportunity to visit Holy Trinity Church in Québec City earlier this month.

Here are some photos from parishes across the country as they celebrate the August feasts.