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Haiti Newsletter 2017

Every year, Sister Rosemary Fry travels to Haiti to visit ministries started by the Sisters that continue to serve people and especially children in need. The annual Haiti Newsletter provides donors and other friends of the Sisters with updates on these projects and you can see the 2017 issue by clicking here.

Video: 150 Years of Religious Life in Canada

The Sisters of St. Joseph of Toronto are pleased to present this video in celebration of Canada's Women & Men Religious over the past 150 years. It was a privilege for the Sisters to create this project with the Canadian Religious Conference and numerous religious congregations across Canada. 

Faith Alliance Symposium Report

On May 17, 2017, Faith Alliance to End Human Trafficking held a symposium on human trafficking for people working in the field and those with lived experience. Here is a report on the recommendations stemming from this conference. 

Reflections on National Aboriginal Day
June 21 is National Aboriginal Day. According to Wikipedia, National Aboriginal Day recognizes and celebrates the cultures and contributions of the First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples of Canada. It was first celebrated in 1996, after it was proclaimed by then Governor General of Canada Roméo LeBlanc to be celebrated on 21 June annually.

Catholic Sisters Illustrate Faces of Poverty & Offer Solutions

Toronto, ON, June 6, 2017 – In response to the federal government's call for consultations on its Poverty Reduction Strategy, the Sisters of St. Joseph of Toronto held an event to share personal stories and offer targeted solutions.

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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 Roberta Freeman Sister Roberta Freeman
You want to do whatever you can to assist people where their need is.

Sister Roberta describes her arrival in Toronto from Quill Lake, Saskatchewan, as providential:

"From the time I graduated from high school, I really felt the call to religious life... When I came to Toronto, the first place I saw was St. Joseph Convent on Bay Street, so one day I went in to meet a Sister of St. Joseph whose family I knew in Calgary. From there on, I proceeded to enter and have been a member of the Congregation for over 50 years."

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