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Feeding the Hungry in the Year of Mercy

From the teachings of Jesus, we derived the corporal works of mercy, which are concerned primarily with meeting the needs of others. 

Furniture Bank: A Ministry of Mercy

From the outside, Furniture Bank looks like one of many warehouses located in South Etobicoke. But upon entering, visitors find themselves in a brightly lit waiting area of comfortable chairs with toys and a play table for children. As they move further through the building, visitors soon discover a warehouse filled with furnishings, decor, chairs and more.

International Women’s Day: Tuesday, March 8

Tuesday, March 8 is International Women’s Day, celebrating the progress of women. Over the last year, we have seen continued growth in our world towards greater equality, justice, and meaning for the lives of female identified people.

Ministry with Maturing Adults Moves Forward

A synergy results when Sister Mary Rose Marrin, CSJ and Mary Perry White come together. In addition to sharing a name, they share a passion for supporting people who are in their second half of life.

February 20: World Day of Social Justice

UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said on this day last year: "In this crucial year for global development, let us do our utmost to eradicate all forms of human exploitation. Let us build a world of social justice where all people can live and work in freedom, dignity and equality.” 

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