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Ethical Framework for a Post-COVID Recovery
The Canadian government is currently faced with the momentous challenge of dealing with a climate emergency, a pandemic, an economic recession, a civil rights movement, and a volatile neighbour experiencing civil unrest.  

Creativity of Love

Look back at our Creativity of Love campaign over the last four months.

Wisdom Wednesdays
A Grasshopper That Stayed: a special poem written by Sister Betty Lou Knox.

Creativity of Love in May
Incarcerated people in prisons, jails, or detention centres have always been vulnerable.
 
Feast of St. Joseph the Worker
Today is not only International Worker's Day, but also the Feast of St. Joseph the Worker. It is a day calling upon us to recognize the value of human work and to defend the dignity of all working people.

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Pray With Us

Since 2002, December 12 has been the National Day of Prayer in Solidarity with Indigenous Peoples. Let us pray for and with our First Nations People in Canada, asking God to bless them on this day and all days. 

Meet a Sister

Sister Roberta Freeman Sister Roberta Freeman
You want to do whatever you can to assist people where their need is.

Sister Roberta describes her arrival in Toronto from Quill Lake, Saskatchewan, as providential:

"From the time I graduated from high school, I really felt the call to religious life... When I came to Toronto, the first place I saw was St. Joseph Convent on Bay Street, so one day I went in to meet a Sister of St. Joseph whose family I knew in Calgary. From there on, I proceeded to enter and have been a member of the Congregation for over 50 years."

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