March 22, 2014 - 9:30am - 4:30pm
A day to reflect on making choices in life. Presented by a team of men and women religious and a married couple.
The Varsity, March 3, 2014 — On Saturdays, an elevator in Mount Sinai Hospital automatically rises and falls continually through the day, stopping on every floor, one after the other. It is designed to allow accessibility to people of the Jewish faith on the Sabbath — a holy day of rest on which the use of electricity is prohibited.
Nickel Belt News, January 10, 2014 — A few have made wrong choices all of their lives… the good news is that you have a second chance.
Beginning a new year is a time for reflection. Symbolically at parties, many have seen the old man 2013 exit and the happy new babe 2014 walk on stage. In 2013 we have done our best. Though not perfect, we are good people. With our New Year’s resolutions we’ll try to smooth out some of the rougher edges of our personality, or reach out more to others.
Introducing herself to her first theology class in 1977, Sr. Ellen Leonard had sensed her predominantly male students at the University of St. Michael's College were uncomfortable with having a female professor.