• Email:parish@holyghost.ca
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Holy Ghost Parish
Bereavement Support Ministry

Mission Statement:

Our Bereavement Support Ministry offers support to those grieving within our Church, as well as our Catholic community.
Our mission is to provide those who have lost a loved one, compassion and comfort, find acceptance and inner peace. We are here to bring spiritual and emotional support in unity with the suffering Lord.
When someone you love dies, a part of your life dies too. You may wonder how you will walk in a world that no longer holds the footprints of your loved one. You may feel overwhelmed.
This is a difficult part of life’s journey and you do not need to walk it alone. Our Bereavement Support Team is here to provide emotional, spiritual and prayer support during this time of grief and transition. Our volunteers have received training and formation in order to journey with people who are grieving. Their life experiences allow them to provide heartfelt support during the very difficult stages of grief.
As parish family, it is our hope and prayer that the veil of sorrow will lift, and that you will come to a place of peace and acceptance.

Our Services
Phone Support:
Members of our Bereavement Support Ministry are available to offer support via phone calls or in-person visits.

Please contact:
Parish Office at (204) 582-4157

Funeral Preparation:
Should you need assistance with Cemetery Locations and/or Funeral Arrangements, please contact Maggie @: (204)582-4157 or

Coming Up in the Fall:
         Candlelight Memorial Mass
Rituals like the Memorial Candlelight Mass help us on our journey of grief and also provide an opportunity to honour and pray for our deceased loved ones. (Memorial Mass to be celebrated at All Souls Day - Exact dates to be determined and listed in the church bulletin).
         Scheduled group support meetings
Regular 6-week sessions (four in total) will start in the end of
September. These are designed to accompany a grieving person in their healing journey by connecting their suffering with the suffering of Our Lord.