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.
Sister Nida Fe Chavez is featured in a profile on the Archdiocese of Toronto website. In this profile, Sister Nida speaks about her call to religious life, why she was attracted to the charism of the Sisters of St. Joseph and her different roles and ministries.
Please click here to read the profile on Archtoronto.org.
On January 13, 2015, the Annual General Meeting of Becoming Neighbours took place at Loretto College. Representatives of the 20 religious congregations who make up the organization’s members gathered with many of the newcomers and other guests to pray, tell their stories, and celebrate what has been achieved.