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Event: Co-Creators for a Just Recovery

Joint Ecological Ministry presents a special online talk from Dr. Niigaan Sinclair, an Anishinaabe writer and professor, on what a Just Recovery means for Canada in the context of reconciliation and Indigenous-settler relationships. The event takes place on Thursday, November 5 from 2 - 4 p.m. Please click here to register.

Wisdom Wednesdays
Celebrate and be grateful...
 
Thanks to Migrant Workers
The harvest season is coming to its end. The Sisters of St. Joseph of Toronto and the Collaborative Network to End Exploitation would like to express our deepest gratitude to migrant workers who work tirelessly to bring food to our tables. 

Sisters Celebrate 170th Anniversary

Toronto, ON/October 7, 2020/For Immediate Release -- On October 7, 1851, four Sisters of St. Joseph came to Toronto from Philadelphia to care for children, left as orphans as a result of an epidemic of typhus. 

Ethical Framework for a Post-COVID Recovery
The Canadian government is currently faced with the momentous challenge of dealing with a climate emergency, a pandemic, an economic recession, a civil rights movement, and a volatile neighbour experiencing civil unrest.  

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Pray With Us

Since 2002, December 12 has been the National Day of Prayer in Solidarity with Indigenous Peoples. Let us pray for and with our First Nations People in Canada, asking God to bless them on this day and all days. 

Meet a Sister

Sister Teresa Garvey Sister Teresa Garvey
God has surely blessed me and shown me the way.

At the time of my birth, my father, a Roman Catholic, was hoping that I would be baptized in his religion. My mother was a High Anglican and my two brothers and I were baptized in her religion.

As a teenager, forever researching other churches for meaning in my life, I was slowly drawn to the Catholic Church.

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