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Beautiful: The New Toronto Home of The Sisters of St. Joseph

Urban Toronto, April 18, 2013 — In a time when a good deal of Toronto's religious community is amalgamating into fewer buildings and some of the underused churches are being transformed into condos or performance spaces, it's rare when we see new faith-based facilities under construction. When we do see it though, these facilities have often been some of the more architecturally adventurous recent builds.

Sisters Contribute Hospital Beds for Pakistan

On the morning of March 14, 2013, a dozen GlobalMedic volunteers, members of GlobalMedic’s Rapid Response Team, gathered at Morrow Park, 3377 Bayview Avenue. They were there to collect a gift of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Toronto: 40 hospital beds, metal tables and desks and medical supplies like wheelchairs, lifts, mattresses and walkers. 

Nuns Move Into Heaven on Earth

Toronto Star, March 15, 2013 — Designed by Shim-Sutcliffe, 2 O’Connor Dr. is part hospital, part assisted-care facility for the Sisters of St. Joseph. The striking new structure snakes along the edge of the Don Valley ravine at the juncture of Broadview Ave. and O’Connor Dr.

Celebrating Religious Life

On January 27, 2013, Sisters Dorothy Schweitzer, Terry Dalla and Jacqueline de Verteuil, pictured at right, as well as Sr. Rosemary Fry  participated in Newman Centre’s celebration of Consecrated Life with a display illustrating the Sisters of St. Joseph’s ministries. Many other men and women religious participated in this lively event.

Morrow Park's Mass of Thanksgiving Celebrates 52 Years

The invitation to family and friends stated: "As we prepare to move after 52 years at Morrow Park, the Sisters of St. Joseph invite you to join us for a Mass and Reception on Sunday, November 25..." And guests poured in, welcomed by Sisters who guided them up to the chapel through a corridor lined with banners showing images of Morrow Park and the activities there over the yearsThe "Eucharistic Liturgy of Thanksgiving" began at 2 pm with a welcome from Congregational Leader Sr.

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