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.
The Catholic Register, October 12, 2013 — One of Toronto’s oldest Catholic schools, St. Joseph Catholic Elementary School, is celebrating a century and a half of shaping the lives of the children of Leslieville in the city’s east end.
St. Joseph's Catholic Elementary School in Toronto celebrated a major milestone the weekend of October 18 and 19, 2013. Established in 1863, the school celebrated its 150th anniversary. Sisters of St. Joseph of Toronto taught at the school for many years.
Mission Day Mass
Around 600 students representing various schools in the Archdiocese of Vancouver gather for the annual Holy Childhood Mission Day Mass organized each year by Sr. Mary Ellen Burns and her coworker, Doreen Dominguez. This is an Archdiocesan event which takes place each year and the locations vary from year to year as we try to move around the Archdiocese.
The Mass is always held during Holy Childhood Week — the first week of May.