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Salt + Light Interviews the Sisters

On December 6, 2015, Salt + Light Television aired an interview with three Sisters of St. Joseph of Toronto: Sisters Thérèse Meunier, Mechtilde O’Mara and Mary Rose Marrin. 

Christmas: The New and Unexpected

Christmas is a time of celebrating breakthroughs of the new and unexpected.  Two thousand years ago, the birth of Jesus was such an event. Through his teachings and example, Jesus brought forth a new consciousness, showing us how to live in relationships of peace, love and openness to each other. 

November 22: Celebrating Mother St. John Fontbonne

Jeanne Marie Fontbonne was born in 1759 in the town of Bas-en-Basset, France. Her biography, Woman of Vision Compassion Unity, describes her as a woman of indescribable charm coupled with good sense and leadership. The Sisters of St. Joseph remember her as Mother St. John Fontbonne, the second foundress of their congregation.

Unveiling a Monument to Sisters in Saskatchewan

On October 1, Sisters Penny McDonald and Mary Doreen Smith joined over 350 people at the Wascana Centre park in Regina, Saskatchewan. In an audience that included more than 180 religious Sisters, they witnessed the unveiling of Called to Serve, a monument commemorating religious women in Saskatchewan.

Providence Healthcare reimagines palliative care

The Catholic Register   If death is a part of life then we shouldn’t die alone any more than we should live in isolation. Our deaths should be as surrounded by family, love and compassion as the lives we lived. Those values would be the ones lived by the Sisters of St. Joseph 160 years ago when Providence began as a kind of soup kitchen, hostel and clinic for the destitute of a growing, chaotic young city. 

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