St. Andrew’s Catholic Cemetery - Diocese of Thunder Bay is owned and operated for the benefit of the Catholic public by The Roman Catholic Bishop of Thunder Bay.
The Cemetery is intended for the interment of the human remains of Catholics who are entitled to Christian burial according to the rules and disciplines of the Church. Find out more about St. Andrew's Cemetery.
A separation in marriage is unique among life's experiences. There is no precedent that can prepare an individual for its trauma. It is important to recognize that separation is a process not an event. Legal divorce can be pinpointed to a moment in time, to the signing of a court decision. But the experience that preceded it is the result of a series of situations that eventually erode a given marriage relationship. Find out more about the Marriage Tribunal.
The Indigenous Ministries Office is under the direction of Bishop Fred Colli, Rev. Larry Kroker s.j. and a Council of Elders. We are presenting working on a "Vision Statement" that will embrace all we are meant to be.
VISION: To impact First Nations, Inuit and Métis with the gospel and to see First Nations, Inuit and Métis leaders empowered to coach and provide leadership to current and emerging leadership.
The Diocesan Office of Refugee Services, D.O.O.R.S. to New Life Refugee Centre Inc., is a Community Centre established by the Catholic Church of Thunder Bay which, through networking with local, national and international organizations, serves and empowers those who have lived a refugee experience by providing the assistance they need - material, spiritual and emotional - to adapt to a new culture while not abandoning their own.