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June 2019

In this issue:
– Departure of sister Louise Stafford, FSP
– Ursulines of Prelate celebrate centennial
– The Ursuline Sisters of Chatham announce collaboration with Jarlette Health Services
– New exhibition in the SNJM archives: Access to education
– Three religious sisters at the Secretariat of the Synod of bishops
– Documents of the UISG 2019 Plenary
– UISG: Preparation of formators
– Habits of the heart… Surviving & thriving as a young(er) religious today

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Departure of Sister Louise Stafford, FSP

On June 13, 2019, we said goodbye to Sr Louise Stafford, FSP, after 15 years of service in the CRC Communications Office. At this special time, Sr Louise wanted to share with us a few words.

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The pope video

The Pope Video is a global initiative developed by the Pope’s Worldwide Prayer Network (Apostleship of Prayer) to assist in the dissemination of the Holy Father’s monthly intentions related to the challenges the humanity faces.

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Habits of the Heart… Surviving and thriving as a young(er) Religious today

This retreat is for Religious 55(ish) and under serving the people of God in Canada (or with Canadian connection). The retreat invites us to ponder the habits of our heart that we need to embrace or abandon, to live and respond whole heartedly as younger Religious today in our communities, church and world. Fr. Ron Rolheiser, OMI, will walk with and lead us on the retreat. The time will include input, silence, communal prayer and conversation.

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Celtic Pilgrimage 2019

On this Pilgrim journey you will be invited to experience the beauty of the ancient landscape of Ireland, touch its sacredness and stand in its richness and solitude; enjoy relaxing times by the fire with a ‘drop of cheer’ as well as special gatherings in the company of local musicians, singers, dancers and storytellers.

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Religious of the day
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Venerable Jeanne Mance

Born on November 12, 1606, in Langres, Champagne (France), the second of twelve children, Jeanne is probably among the first pupils entrusted to the Ursulines, who had just arrived in Langres in 1613. She is 20 when her mother dies: together with her sister, she becomes the support of her father and looks after the […]

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