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Recent Stories

Will You Volunteer to Raise Awareness of Human Trafficking?
Human trafficking is the recruitment or movement of a person, by deception or coercion, for the purpose of exploitation. People are bought and sold for forced labour, sexual exploitation, forced street crime, and other reasons. Learn more about how you can help raise awareness of this global problem at www.faithalliance.ca.

Job Posting: Administrative Assistant
Job Summary: The Administrative Assistant is responsible for the coordination and administration of day-to-day operations for various corporate departments and the associates’ ministry located at the Congregation’s Administration Centre.  
Faith in the City
Inaugurated in 2013, Faith in the City is an initiative of various faith leaders and city officials encouraging faith communities to work across their traditional boundaries, and in co-operation with the City of Toronto, on issues of common social concern. On April 30, 2015, Faith in the City held its 3rd Annual Symposium. This year, the focus was responding to the City of Toronto’s progress on developing a Poverty Reduction Strategy. 

Pray With Us

The Easter Season, which begins with Easter Sunday and ends with Pentecost, is a time of great joy. These 50 days celebrate the resurrection of Jesus and the restoration of creation.

Meet a Sister

Sister Betty Lou Knox Sister Betty Lou Knox
I am even more convinced of the power and necessity of beauty and the arts to nourish the human spirit.

From Quebec, we moved to Toronto in 1942 where I graduated from St. Joseph's College in 1951. The ordinariness of the Sisters impressed me and I appreciated their introduction of social concerns and stories of their western Canada missions. I entered our community after Grade 13 and enjoyed two years of teaching in Ontario and 13 years in Vancouver, Terrace, Prince Rupert and New Hazelton, B.C.

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