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Eastern Wins Award for 2 O’Connor Construction

Eastern Construction Company Ltd. built the new Sisters Residence at 2 O’Connor Drive. Their work on the project has earned them a 2013 Toronto Construction Association Project Achievement Award: “Best of the Best.”

Preserving a historic house

When the Sisters moved into their new home at 2 O’Connor Drive on March 12, 2013, their dwelling place incorporated the John F. Taylor house into the newly built residence. The Taylor house at 2 O’Connor Drive and Broadview Avenue is a designated heritage property registered with the City of Toronto. By restoring this house, the Sisters of St. Joseph have maintained a link to the history of the former municipality of East York.

Pope Francis and the Periphery

Canadian Religious Conference Bulletin, Winter 2014  The Church is collectively catching its breath in these extraordinary months following the election of Jorge Bergoglio to the chair of Peter. Through his genuine kindness and easy familiarity with people of every religious viewpoint and attitude, we are witnessing nothing less than a recasting of the Petrine office. The Church is embracing a servant leader who, inspired by the Poverello of Assisi, has cast aside the trappings of the papal court.

Sister Enid’s Ministry

The Frank J. Selke Memorial Resource Centre in Kapuskasing, Ontario, offers faith education and personal growth and development through workshops, retreats and seminars.

CCO’s “Rise Up” Conference: Lord, I hear you calling my name

Between December 28, 2013, and January 1, 2014, I had the privilege of attending the Catholic Christian Outreach “Rise Up” conference in Ottawa. There were 850 university students present, representing all ten provinces and the Northwest Territories and 88 universities. I was one among 55 priests and religious from 19 different religious communities.
 
This is an annual religious conference for universities students. This year it was celebrating 25 years of ministry.
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