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Haiti Newsletter 2017

Every year, Sister Rosemary Fry travels to Haiti to visit ministries started by the Sisters that continue to serve people and especially children in need. The annual Haiti Newsletter provides donors and other friends of the Sisters with updates on these projects and you can see the 2017 issue by clicking here.

Honouring Our Students: Pow Wow and Indigenous Festival

On March 11, 2017, a pow wow was held in the Sports Gym at the University of Toronto. This first major pow wow on campus in decades was hosted by the Indigenous Studies Students’ Union. 

Aging and Spirituality

Event Date: 
October 30, 2015 - 2:00pm
Recent gerontology research has revealed the underdeveloped potential in our maturing years (50+). Of these, spirituality (inner growth) has been identified as an undeveloped resource. In fact, maturing years have the possibility of being a time of unparalleled inner growth. This presentation will deal with this potential and its implications for ethical decision making in our later years.
 
Location: 95 St. Joseph Street, East Door, Room 101. Admission is free and all are welcome.

Event: Scattering Seeds - A Public Lecture, October 14

The Sisters of St. Joseph of Toronto invite you to Scattering Seeds, a public lecture by Professor Elizabeth Smyth. She will speak on the post-Vatican II response of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Toronto as seen in the life of Sister Mary Alban Bouchard CSJ — teacher, author, peace and social justice activist, missionary to Haiti.

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.

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