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Regis’ Lenten retreat takes aim at busy youth

The Catholic Register, February 13, 2015 — Everyone needs spiritual direction at some point in their life, said Sr. Mechtilde O’Mara. So during the Lenten season, Faith Connections is organizing “a busy’s person’s retreat” called Lenten Listening. The retreat is a six-week program that provides young adults in the Archdiocese of Toronto the opportunity to meet with a spiritual companion to accompany them along their Lenten journey.

Sr. Anne Speaks at Federal Homeless Funding Announcement

Sister Anne Schenck was part of a Friday, February 13 press conference held at Furniture Bank. At this conference, the federal government announced $86 million in funding to fight homelessness in Toronto. Present were Federal Finance Minister Joe Oliver, Minister of State Candice Bergen, Etobicoke-Lakeshore MP Bernard Trottier, Toronto Mayor John Tory, and Sister Anne (pictured right in red), the founder of Furniture Bank. Speaking at the conference, Mayor Tory said, "This five-year commitment from the federal government means we can continue to provide much-needed services to help Toronto’s most vulnerable residents."

Ministry in Fort St. James

"So here I am – responding to our call to live our life with simplicity and compassion among our people here in Fort St. James."

In my ministry here at Fort St. James, B.C., I serve men, women and children who are in need of love and compassion and I strive to share our CSJ charism of unifying love in many ways.

A Day in the Life of Sr. Helen Kluke

Responding to the call reveals the mystery of God’s loving embrace. Leaving High School teaching and Food Services management behind, Fontbonne Ministries’ Studio on the Hill pottery studio has opened and enriched the path along which I am being led in ministry. Every day is different. Additional groups add exciting challenges. 

St. Joe’s Sisters spearhead call to protect migrants

The Catholic Register, January 25, 2015 — Pope Francis called for “the globalization of charity and co-operation” on the 101st World Day of Migrants and Refugees, but the Sisters of St. Joseph may have beaten the Pope to it with their submission to a United Nations commission in early January.
 
The Federation of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Canada is spearheading a worldwide effort by Sisters of St.
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