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March 2018

In this issue:
– The art of living and dying
– New evangelization in an intercultural context: “The path of cultural discernment”
– Interamerican gathering of religious conferences
– The SNJM sisters celebrate 175 years of their congregation in Quebec
– Legal education
– “Stay with us…” Encounters with the Risen Lord

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New evangelization in an intercultural context: “the path of cultural discernment”

On March 8, 2018, the CRC has held a formation day on the topic “New evangelization in an intercultural context”. We were delighted to have with us Prof. Catherine Clifford as the keynote speaker of the day and in the afternoon, Sister Rachelle Watier, SCO (Sisters of Charity of Otttawa) and Father Jack Lynch, SFM (Scarboro Foreign Missions) who hosted a panel discussion on the topic.

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Launch of the SNJM Congregation’s 175th anniversary celebrations in Quebec

The inauguration of the archival exhibition “educate to liberate” on February 28 officially launched in Quebec the 175th anniversary year of the Sisters of the Holy Names of Jesus and Mary (SNJM), the first teaching congregation of women religious founded by a canadian woman. Many guests from all over the greater metropolitan area were present for this special event. As of now, the exhibition is open to the public of all ages, by appointment, at the Congregational House until January 25, 2019.

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The art of living and dying

The Canadian Religious Conference is pleased to organize a formation day on the topic “the art of living and dying.” We are delighted to have with us Sister Nuala Kenny from the Sisters of Charity of Halifax. In the afternoon, a discussion panel will be hosted by Rose DeAngelis and Lana McGeary, Director Special Projects and Spiritual Care Counsellor at the West Island Palliative Care Residence (Kirkland, Quebec).

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2018 National Association of Vocation & Formation Directors Conference

General Information The conference begins on Sunday, April 22, 2018. Registration is from 4:00 – 6:30 p.m. Welcome & Opening Ritual begins at 7:00 p.m. The Conference will close Wednesday, April 25, 2018 with a Ritual at 11:15 a.m. The registration fee includes a light Reception on Sunday night; continental breakfast each morning, nutrition breaks […]

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Voices for Peace

A framework for ecumenical theological reflection, spirituality and praxis geared to peace and non-violence will be shared. Learn about creative current initiatives advancing peace and non-violence; engage with peace-oriented poetry, music, and visual art; and take concrete steps to ensure our collective voices are heard on issues of war and peace facing Canadians.

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