Saturday, November 28, 2015
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Sisters Make a Habit of Community-Building

“We made it!” says Sister Jacqui deVerteuil, celebrating the Scotiabank Charity Challenge fundraiser which she and a team from Regis College completed last week. 

Unveiling a Monument to Sisters in Saskatchewan

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 Mary Anne McCarthy Honoured with the Living the Mission Award

On June 22, 2015, Sister Mary Anne McCarthy CSJ received the Living the Mission Award for her ministry as the Director of Mission and Values at Providence Healthcare.

O’Gara Ecumenical Essays Published

The Catholic Register, January 16, 2015 — One of Canada’s greatest theologians is still publishing more than two years after she died. Margaret O’Gara, whose teaching on ecumenism and papal primacy formed a generation of Canadian scholars of the Church, has a final volume of essays coming out, thanks to her husband.

Seeding a gardening program in Toronto schools

A special group of people with knowledge of gardening, eco-spirituality, architecture, planning, education, and curriculum preparation have made an impact on a local school. They call themselves the Eco-Spirituality Consulting Group.
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