Kitchitwa Kateri Anamewgamik (Church) is a sacred place where ALL can feel welcome and respected. It is a place for healing, seeking to bridge the gap between Indigenous and Catholic ceremonials and spiritualities – where traditional Indigenous ceremonies and rituals can be used to express the Church faith.
Going slowly and listening to the Elders is a basic part of Kitchitwa Kateri’s growth process and Indigenous rite development.
Kitchitwa Kateri membership and services are open to all Indigenous Catholic and non-Indigenous Catholic peoples living in the vicinity or visiting the City of Thunder Bay from the surrounding Indigenous communities. Everyone is made to feel welcome and participate in services regardless of their faith.
(Original Mission Statement of Kitchitwa Kateri Anamewgamik, circa 1999, with minor vocabulary update, subject to further review and revision by the Parish Pastoral Council
Baptisms, Confirmations, First Communions and Confession: Please contact the parish office.
Marriage: Please contact the parish office at least 6 months before your wedding.
Anointing of the Sick: Please contact the parish office.
Divine Mercy Devotions: Please contact the parish office.
The Holy Rosary: Recited half - hour before all weekday masses.
Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament: Please contact the parish office. 807 622 5138
Bulletins and News
Ascension Sunday Bulletin May 21/2023
Ascension sunday May 21
Pentecost Sunday Bulletin – May 28/23
Pentecost Sunday May 28,2023
Kateri 6th Sunday Of Easter
6th sunday in Easter may 142023
Kateri Church – 5th Sunday of Easter
5TH SUNDAY OF EASTER
St. Kater i- 4rth Sunday of Easter
4TH SUNDAY OF EASTER4TH SUNDAY OF EASTER
There is a organization wide calendar for Kateri Church, St. Annes Church and Anemki-Wadj. You can find the calendar by clicking here.
12:30 pm. on Sunday
12:00 pm. on Monday
Office Hours: Tuesday and Thursday, 10 AM to 3 PM