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820 Cottonwood Rd Wpg Mb.

R2J 1G1


Fax: 204-255-1083

Office Hours

Tuesday – Thursday 9:00 am -4:00 pm

Closed for Lunch noon-1 pm

Friday 9:00 am-Noon


Saturday 4:00pm

Sunday 9:00am, 11:00am

Daily Mass 9:00 am (Wednesday – Friday)


Penance- By appointment – please email Fr. Phil Daley

Anointing of the sick– During first Wednesday Mass or by appointment.

Weddings– Please call the parish or email Fr. Phil Daley one year in advance

Infant Baptisms– Please call or email Suzanne Lusty three months in advance.

Adult Reception & Baptism– Please call the parish office.

Catechism & Children’s Sacraments– Contact Suzanne Lusty


Fr. Phil Daley – Pastor             

Email:  fr.phil@st-bernadette.ca

Doug Cross – Deacon – Ext. 41                             

Email: deacon.doug@st-bernadette.ca

Jasmine Lusty – Parish Office Coordinator – Ext. 0

Email: jasmine@st-bernadette.ca

Suzanne Lusty– Life Long Formation Coordinator – Ext. 27

Cell: 204-793-1018

Email:  suzanne@st-bernadette.ca

Andrew McTaggart – Building & Grounds Manager 

Cell: 204-793-0431

Email: andrew@st-bernadette.ca

Parish Email: info@st-bernadette.ca

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During Advent, our parish will experience how the whole Bible opens up once its viewed through the person of King David in Bishop Robert Barron’s newest Bible study.

His kingship recalls that of Adam in the Garden of Eden, and yet it points toward the King par excellence, Jesus Christ. Adam was the first king and steward of the rightly ordered Garden of Eden. He was called to govern the garden according to God’s mind and purpose, but by allowing negative influences to wreak havoc on Eden, he did not fulfill his kingly responsibility.

Long after Adam, David emerged as the definitive king who would restore order in the Garden and bring the world under the lordship of God. But like Adam, David fell, and his reign ushered in a succession of compromised kings and rejected prophets.

The New Testament, however, foretold a son of David who would realize the fullness of Israelite kingship…but whose actual reign defied expectation. 

King David causes us to look back toward Adam’s kingship and forward toward Christ the King, seeing Christ as the fulfillment of the Davidic line and the realization of the Kingdom of God on earth.


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The CWL is again organizing the annual parish bake sale.

December 2 & 3 in the Desorcy Room

Christmas Angel ornaments will also be available.

Please label if your donation contains nuts, or is gluten-free or sugar-free.

Come experience the wonder of Christmas through the eyes of a child.




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Good Shepherd Campaign 

The 2017 Good Shepherd Campaign is an initiative of Archbishop Albert LeGatt to support the costs of formation for our seminarians, of ongoing professional development of our clergy and the enculturation of our international priests. We are blessed to have six men studying towards the priesthood. Father Vincent Lusty and Father Joshua Gundrum were ordained … Continue reading Good Shepherd Campaign 


Dear sisters and brothers in Christ,  have you ever thought about the importance of your conscience? That small little voice that, formed by the Church, speaks of right or wrong, Good or evil. We often don’t realize just what an amazing faculty of the spirit the conscience is. Vatican II, in the document Gaudium et Spes, argued … Continue reading CALL FOR CONSCIENCE CAMPAIGN, PROMOTING BILL 34

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