Welcome to our site
The Roman Catholic Military Ordinariate of Canada is a diocese of massive dimensions: it extends not only in our country from sea to sea but also throughout the world, indeed wherever Canadian Armed Forces personnel are deployed in peacekeeping or peacemaking operations. This website is therefore a concrete and innovative response to this unique pastoral reality: it seek to act as a new tool and social medium that will make distance inconsequential, helping to bring the people of God and all seekers together by the mere touch of a button.
As the Bishop of this diocese, I would like to encourage all those who may wish to reach us in order to seek and/or share information to use this website. Whatever the reason, it is my hope that all interaction through this website will bring new life and creativity to our diocese in matters of life, faith and outreach to friends in Christ.
On the Implementation of Chapter Eight of the Apostolic Exhortation Amoris Laetitia
The following document is written to clarify the implementation of Chapter Eight of the recent Apostolic Exhortation Amoris Laetitia (AL) in the Catholic Military Ordinariate of Canada. It is directed especially to the priests, deacons, and pastoral associates (lay ecclesial ministers) of the Ordinariate.
+ Most Reverend Scott C. McCaig, C.C.
Bishop of the Military Ordinariate of Canada
Juxta Crucem cum Maria
Reverend Scott McCaig 4 Wing Cold Lake Visit
Diaconal Ordination of Padre Zibby Jonczyk
On board HMCS Charlottetown !
Padre Tombing, BGen Chapdelaine and Rev. McCaig on board HMCS Charlottetown
Advent Spiritual Retreat preached by Bishop Scott McCaig in Trenton
Last Dec 3rd-4th, Bishop Scott McCaig visited the community of Our Lady of Peace Chapel at CFB Trenton and preached an Advent Spiritual Retreat. It’s the first time that this kind of event in presence of the Bishop has happened in the Military Ordinariate. The theme of the retreat was: « Rediscover Jesus ». During Sunday Mass, Bishop McCaig baptized three children from the same family. The event was organised by Father Félix Roberge (FCC) and his team.