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 Sep 22, 1931 - Moose Jaw College was closed and joined with Regina College.

Religion and Philosophy

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Agudas Israel Synagogue / Jewish Community Centre Anglican Church of Canada Apostolic Church Avalokitesvara Buddhist Temple Society Bahá’í Baptist General Conference Baptist Union of Western Canada Benedictines of St. Peter’s Abbey (OSB) Bergthaler Mennonite Church Beth Jacob Jewish Community Bethany College Bible Schools and Colleges Briercrest Schools Canadian Bible College / Canadian Theological Seminary Canadian Catholic Organization for Development and Peace Catholic Ministry to First Nations People Catholic Shrines and Pilgrimages Catholic Women’s League (CWL) of Canada Central Pentecostal College Christian and Missionary Alliance Church Christian Reformed Church in North America Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Church of the Nazarene Congregation of the Most Holy Redeemer (Redemptorists) Cree Religious Ethos Dakota / Lakota Spirituality Daughters of Providence (Les Filles de la Providence, FDLP) Denesuline Worldview Doukhobor Philosophy Evangelical Free Church of Canada Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada Evangelical Mennonite Conference Evangelical Mennonite Mission Conference First Nations Religion: Overview Franciscan Sisters of St. Elizabeth (OSE) Free Methodist Church Hadassah-Wizo Hai Duc Buddhist Pagoda, Regina Hindu Communities Hindu Temple, Regina Hutterites Knights of Columbus Lutheran Church-Canada, Central District Lutheran Theological Seminary Mennonite Central Committee Saskatchewan (MCCS) Mennonite Church Saskatchewan Mennonites Multi-faith Forum, Regina Muslims North American Baptists Oblates of Mary Immaculate (OMI): Assumption Province Oblates of Mary Immaculate (OMI): St. Mary’s Province Obnova Club Ogle, Father Robert (1928–98) Old Colony Mennonite Church Orthodox Churches O’Brien, Ann Gordon (1895–1986) Pentecostal Assemblies of Canada Pipe Ceremony Prairie Centre For Ecumenism Presbyterians Regina Anti-poverty Ministry Regina Council of Churches Regina Vineyard Christian Fellowship Religion Religious Society of Friends Roman Catholic Cathedrals Roman Catholic Congregations of Men Religious Roman Catholic Congregations of Women Religious Roman Catholic Dioceses and Bishops Roman Catholic Missions in the North-West and Saskatchewan (19th–20th Centuries) Roman Catholics Salvation Army Saskatchewan Conference of Mennonite Brethren Churches Saskatoon Council of Churches Saskatoon Jewish Foundation School Sisters of Notre Dame (SSND) Sheptytsky Institute Shiloh Assembly Church Shir Chadash Synagogue Shri Lakshami Narayana Temple Sikhism Sisters of Charity of Montreal (Grey Nuns) Sisters of Charity of St. Louis (SCSL) Sisters of Charity of the Immaculate Conception (SCIC) Sisters of Loretto: Institute of the Blessed Virgin Mary (IBVM) Sisters of Mission Service (SMS) Sisters of Notre Dame d’Auvergne (SND) Sisters of Our Lady of Sion (NDS) Sisters of Our Lady of the Cross Sisters of Our Lady of the Missions (RNDM) Sisters of Providence of St. Vincent de Paul (SP) Sisters of Service (SOS) Sisters of the Child Jesus Sisters of the Presentation of Mary (PM) Sisters Servants of Mary Immaculate Smudging Sri Sathya Sai Baba Organization Sri Sri Rhadha Krishna Temple St. Joseph’s College Sun Dance Sweat-lodge Ceremony Synagogues Taché, Alexandre-Antonin (1823–94) Temple Beth Tikvah Ukrainian Catholic Brotherhood of Canada Ukrainian Catholic Women’s League of Canada Ukrainian Catholics Ukrainian Sisters of St. Joseph of Saskatoon Unitarian Fellowship in Saskatchewan United Church of Canada Ursulines (Order of St. Ursula, OSU) Wat Buddhadhamma
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