St. James
Stainglass
Mary

St. James Catholic Church Welcomes You!


OFFICE HOURS

9:00am – 3:00pm Monday to Thursday Closed 12:00 – 12:30 for lunch & Friday, Saturday, Sunday and all statutory holidays
SUMMER OFFICE HOURS  BEGIN JULY 2
Monday to Thursday   9:00am – 12(noon)


REGULAR WEEKEND MASSES Saturday  5pm Sunday  10 am & 12 Noon

WEEKDAY MASSES:  Tuesday through Friday   9am / First Saturday of the Month   9am

 

St. James Catholic Church – Historic Site

St. James Catholic Church is valued as an example of new interconnected design as a result of the church’s embrace of modernism and Roman Catholic Church reforms from 1962 to 1965. Typically, traditional church plans have separate buildings for each function. St. James is a modern expression of the traditional church model, incorporating the separate functions of a church into one interconnected building (Design value – City-wide significance).

St. James Catholic Church is also highly valued as an excellent example of Expressionist-style architecture with its sweeping raw and ribbed concrete steeple with punctured cruciform and raised copper oculus. It is a rare and intact example in Calgary (Style value – City-wide significance).

St. James Catholic Church is valued symbolically as a key building in the North Glenmore Park neighbourhood that contributes to its development as a complete community (Symbolic value – Community significance).

The church is valued as a landmark in the community for its Expressionist-style architecture and connection to the North Glenmore Park neighbourhood (Landmark value – Community Significance).

Read more on: Inventory of Evaluated Historic Resources (calgary.ca)


 St. James Catholic Church Welcomes You!


OFFICE HOURS

9:00am – 3:00pm Monday to Thursday Closed 12:00 – 12:30 for lunch & Friday, Saturday, Sunday and all statutory holidays


REGULAR WEEKEND MASSES Saturday  5pm Sunday  10 am & 12 Noon

WEEKDAY MASSES Tuesday through Friday   9am First Saturday of the Month   9am

NO WEEKDAY MASSES MAY 14-17

 


  • Our Parish Renewal mission starts with You.
  • You are Called. To take a part in this mission of Parish Renewal and development.
  • You Matter.  Your opinions are of value and are important to be expressed.
  • You Belong.  Every one of you has thoughts and ideas on how to improve our parish.
  • Your Voice, Your Parish, Your Mission.

 

NEWS & RESOURCES FROM THE DIOCESE

  1. Resources for children
  2. 40 Hours Devotion in the Diocese of Calgary
    The harvest is plentiful, but the labourers are few; therefore ask the Lord of the harvest to send out labourers into his harvest” (Matt. 9:37-38). Pray with us as for an increase of vocations to the priesthood and consecrated life in our Diocese. Come and pray before the Lord | catholicyyca.ca/40hours. The next devotion:

  3. ABLAZE Youth Ministry – Impact Night with Access52
    Youth in grades 7-12 are invited to a fun and faith-filled youth night with FacetoFace Ministries at St. Michael’s Church in Calgary. When: Friday, June 21, from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m
  4. Tea with the Sisters
    The Religious Sisters of the Calgary area communities invite young ladies to “Tea with the Sisters” for a summer kick-off event. When: Saturday, June 29 from 2 pm to 4 pm at Providence Convent (150 Providence Blvd SE, Calgary). Girls under 18 are welcome to attend, if accompanied by an adult. Register by June 27 to Sr. Dianne at sisterdianneturner@calgarydiocese.ca
  5. Brother Sun – Sister Moon: Walking in Hope Family Day Retreat
    Mount St. Francis Retreat Center is inviting you to a day retreat for personal and group reflection, a pilgrimage walk, prayer moments, an outdoor Mass, a picnic lunch, and a BBQ supper. The event will take place on Fri, July 19, 2024, from 9 am to 6 pm. Please note that this is an outdoor event. To register, please call 403-932-2012 or email mtfrancis@shaw.ca.
  6. World Day for Grandparents and the Elderly
    We will be celebrating World Day for Grandparents and the Elderly on Sunday, July 28, 2024. The Dicastery for Laity, Family and Life has prepared a Pastoral Toolkit to promote “a Day without loneliness”. The toolkit includes the official logo, a catechesis on old age, recent texts from the Magisterium, the official prayer for the World Day, and pastoral suggestions. You can find the resources by visiting laityfamilylife.va
  7. This is where I belong
    Eryn Minifie’s journey to Catholicism began with a deep love for Jesus but uncertainty about what it truly meant. Feeling lost despite being surrounded by loved ones, she started attending Mass at St. Michael’s Catholic Community last February. As she joined RCIA, Eryn discovered a newfound fullness in her life. Her transformative experience peaked during the Easter Vigil in 2024 when she was baptized by Fr. Edmund Vargas, affirming her place in His Kingdom. Read more
  8. Truth & Reconciliation Conference “Braiding Together”
    Come join RMEC as they engage in critical conversations in response to the Calls to Action of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission, exploring our individual and collective journeys as we walk together, fostering authentic and inclusive relationships as we celebrate diversity and work towards healing and wholeness, attentive in heart, mind and soul. When: Oct 18-19, 2024 at the Banff Centre. Early bird rate ends June 30, 2024. Registration
  9. Summer camps at Our Lady of Victory Camp
    Our Lady of Victory (OLVC) Camp is a week-long, overnight summer camp, owned and operated by the Catholic Archdiocese of Edmonton. OLVC aims to support families and youth ministry initiatives in the Archdiocese and beyond by creating a place for young people to Encounter Christ, Encounter Community, and Encounter CreationWhen: July – August 2024 – various camps for Gr. 4-12 – Registration is open
  10. Summer Calendar Highlights

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