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St. Joe’s Sisters on new stamp

The Catholic Register, July 28, 2014 — Canada Post’s new release of stamps by prominent photographers includes a well-known shot by Michel Lambeth of two Sisters of St. Joseph and a man who helped the sisters in Toronto. The stamp, titled St. Joseph’s Convent School, is one of 35 being released in phases over a five-year period, with seven being introduced this year alone.
 

Sisters on a new stamp

“We’re a stamp!” said Sister Monica Marie Kelly when she brought along the Canada Post newsletter announcing the 2014 edition of new stamps released July 7, 2014, which included one called St. Joseph’s Convent School (1960). The photograph of an elderly man with two Sisters of St. Joseph in the background was taken by Michel Lambeth, a photographer who delighted in taking pictures of Toronto and its people. 

Best of Canada: 12 projects nab nation's top architectural prize

Building Design + Construction Network The Canada Council for the Arts and RAIC | Architecture Canada announced the recipients of the Governor General’s Medals in Architecture.
 
The awards celebrate outstanding design in recently completed projects by Canadian architects.
 
The winning buildings reflect excellence in sustainable design, innovation, and compatibility with the landscape. 

Celebrating her 100th Birthday: Sister Mary James McMahon

On June 4, 2014, a 100th birthday celebration was held for Sister Mary James McMahon. At 2 O'Connor Drive, the CSJ Leadership Team, the 2 O'Connor community and staff were present alongside Sister Mary James' family. Together, they celebrated her life and ministries.

Sister Susan Davy: Celebrating her 25th Jubilee

When I entered I believed that my vocation was truly God’s call and gift and I have an even greater conviction of that today
 
It’s a bit amazing to me that I am a Jubilarian as the past 25 years seem to have flown by. Upon reflection, I remember these years as graced-filled, challenging and life-giving.  Back in the mid-1980’s, after many happy years in the hospitality field, I felt a persistent longing for a deeper relationship with God. As I moved over time with the stirrings in my heart, I found myself discerning a religious vocation.
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