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Introduction of a Reporting System to Address Allegations of Abuse or Misconduct by a Canadian Catholic Bishop
On May 6, 2021, a national, bilingual service for reporting allegations of sexual abuse, either committed or covered...
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Catholic Education Week 2021: Nurturing Hope
During Catholic Education Week 2021 (Sunday, May 2 to Saturday, May 7), the Archdiocese of Toronto thanks everyone...
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Clergy Changes 2021
RETIREMENT Rev. Alphonsus Bernard – July 1, 2021Blessed Trinity Parish, Toronto Rev. Msgr. Lawrence Bordonaro – August 1...
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Archdiocese of Toronto to Celebrate the Ordination of Two Priests
On Saturday, May 8, 2021 at 10 a.m., His Eminence, Thomas Cardinal Collins, Archbishop of Toronto, will...
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Lectio Divina - May 2, 2021
Watch the latest Lectio Divina with Cardinal Thomas Collins, as he reflects on "A Canticle of Triumph Through Sorrow." Tobit 13:1-8
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Pray to End the Pandemic

Vatican News broadcasts the rosary being prayed at a different Marian shrine everyday in May at noon. Join us as we ask God to end the pandemic.

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God’s Love Is for All People

"The simple fact is that all Christians must oppose and be against racism. This Sunday’s readings provide a call to recognize the solidarity of the human family — the entire human family." Read more of the reflection by Fr. Michael McGourty, pastor of St. Peter's Parish in Toronto, Ont.

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Giving Birth to Contemplation

To mark National Week for Life and the Family (May 9 to 16) , Catholic children’s author and illustrator, Carissa Douglas, shares the similarities between family life and monastic life, and explores how parents can live out the mission of the Church as contemplatives in the world.

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