Montligeon mission in Canada

6 June 2023

Mission don Paul Denizot au Canada mai- juin 2023
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The rector of the shrine of Our Lady of deliverance of the poor souls, Fr. Paul Denizot, in Montligeon, travelled to Quebec for meetings with the Fraternity of Our Lady of Montligeon in Canada, and with several bishops and rectors of the main shrines there. Check out the pictures of the Montligeon mission in Canada.

Gerald Baril.

“This four-day trip was most pleasant because it enabled us to interact with the Church in Quebec. In fact, we were received by three bishops, three rectors of shrines, among others. Every time we were greeted and entertained with a warm welcome. All demonstrated a superb open mind on the topics of eternal life, and purgatory. These meetings generate much hope for the future.”

Gerald Baril, in charge of the Montligeon spiritual Fraternity in Canada

Fraternity of Our Lady of Montligeon in Canada

Rekindled in Canada in 2006 by a couple of people, one of whom is the actual person in charge, Gerald Baril, the Fraternity numbers presently over two thousands members.

There are four Montligeon prayer groups: established in Gatineau in 2016 and 2017, followed by one in Montreal in 2019 and finally, a newly established one in Trois-Rivières.

Detail of the Montligeon mission in Canada

30th May 2023: in Trois-Rivières

Fr. Paul Denizot, together with Gerald Baril, first met with Msgr. Martin Laliberté, bishop of Trois-Rivières. Subsequently, they travelled to the shrine of Notre-Dame of Cap-de-la Madeleine where they were received by Fr. Rémi Lepage, the shrine managing director. To conclude, Fr. Paul metthe board of directors members of the Montligeon Fraternity in Quebec, and joined in their work session.

1st June 2023: in Quebec

Fr. Paul met with Cardinal Lacroix at the archbishop’s premises in Quebec. Consequently, a filming crew from the Catholic Web ECDQ-TV interviewed them in a cemetery on the Fraternity of Montligeon and praying for the deceased. Finally, they visited the shrine of St Ann of Beaupré and met with Assunta Bouchard, its vice-director.

2nd June 2023

To conclude the expedition, the delegation travelled to Saint-Hyacinthe. She had a warm interview with the local bishop, Msgr. Christian Rodembourg.

Moreover, Fr. Paul Denizot made the most of his mission to visit beacon places of Quebec such as the Oratory of St Joseph on Mount Royal.

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