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Celebrate Grandparents and the Elderly on Sunday, July 25
Catholics around the globe will honour the older members of their community this weekend during the first-ever...
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Update on the Ongoing Journey to Healing and Reconciliation
As Canadians reflect on how we can respond to the pain and suffering experienced by survivors of residential...
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COVID-19 Restrictions Continue to Ease as Province Enters Stage 3
On Friday, July 16, 2021, Ontario will enter Step 3 of the provincial government’s re-opening...
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Background for Catholics: Residential Schools
Over the past several months, there has been a national conversation on the tragic history of residential schools...
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World Day for Grandparents and the Elderly
Sunday, July 25 is the first ever World Day for Grandparents and the Elderly
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Cathedral Mass Livestream
Watch Mass every day at St. Michael's Cathedral Basilica in Toronto
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A Time to Rest
"Today’s Gospel features a Jesus who believes in balance in life. He invites his disciples – and us – to: “Come away to a deserted place all by yourselves and rest a while.” He offers us a way out. A way out of our culture’s incessant need for stimulation." Read more of the homily by Fr. Biju Kannampuzha, pastor of St. John Vianney Parish in Barrie, Ont.
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The First Lady and Her Successors Film
New Film Explores the Blessed Mother Mary
Dr. Josephine Lombardi is a faculty member at St. Augustine’s Seminary in Toronto. She recently released, “The First Lady and Her Successors,” a film that explores the many ways that the Blessed Mother Mary can guide us today. In this blog post, she discussed this new film and how you can watch it for free.
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Volunteer your time, talent and treasure to the catholic community both at the parish level and our larger community. Take a look at the various opportunities to support below.
Monetary donations are not the only way to give back to your local community and archdiocese at large. Take a look at the various volunteer opportunities in the Archdiocese of Toronto.
Sharing your talents can be a wonderful opportunity to express your faith. Do you have a talent you would like to share and help out at your local parish or archdiocesan level? Music? Photography? Art? Send us an email and tell us how you would like to help out.
There are various charities that you can donate to as well as your local parish community. Consider a donation to any of these worthy causes.
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