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CCCB Statement: Delegation to the Holy See - Healing & Reconciliation
CCCB Statement Delegation to the Holy See The Catholic Bishops in Canada have genuinely heard the sincere invitation...
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Statement on the Islamophobic Attack in London, Ontario
The Archdiocese of Toronto offers our prayers and sincere condolences following the violent death of four family members...
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Archdiocese of Toronto Returns to In-person Masses This Weekend
Earlier today, the Government of Ontario announced that the province will enter Step One its re-opening plan...
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Symbolism of the Sacred Heart of Jesus
Cardinal Thomas Collins discusses the beautiful symbolism of the Sacred Heart of Jesus.
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St. Augustine's Seminary invites you to join its novena retreat dedicated to the Sacred Heart of Jesus.

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Growing into What God Dreams Us to Be

"Today’s Scripture readings invite us to reflect on our faith. We need to ask ourselves if our faith is fruitful in our present life and whether it has the capacity to flourish further? The author, Helen Keller, said: 'Faith is the strength by which a shattered world shall emerge into the light.' We need to grow in faith to bear spiritual fruits and to hold onto the promise that we will continue to flourish every day, so that God’s plan of salvation is fulfilled. Just like the disciples asked of Jesus, we humbly pray: 'Lord, increase our faith.'" Read more of the homily from Fr. Wilson Andrade, pastor of St. Ann Parish and the Native Peoples’ Mission, both in Toronto.

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Cardinal Collins’ Book Recommendations

Cardinal Thomas Collins, Archbishop of Toronto, is known to be an avid reader and, over the years, he has recommended a number of books while preaching at St. Michael’s Cathedral Basilica. With summer right around the corner, here are some of the Cardinal’s recent book recommendations.

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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.
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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.
Talent
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.
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