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Assault on a Priest at St. Joseph’s Oratory

The CRC has learned of the disturbing news of the attack on Fr. Claude Grou, former Superior General of the Congregation of Holy Cross and current rector of St. Joseph’s Oratory. Thankfully, the Montreal Archdiocese has announced that Fr. Grou’s condition is stable.

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March 2019

In this issue:
– A reflection document on sexual abuse to find paths to healing and transformation
– Mother Sainte-Anne-Marie, remarkable woman in Quebec’s educational history
– They came for the children, a documentary on residential schools in Canada
– Providence Village launches website
– Casa Maria Refugee Homes – A ministry of the congregation of the Sisters of Saint Joseph in Canada
– Wisdom and passion, living the paschal mystery
– JPIC activity: A journey into exile
– Legal education 2019
– Liturgy and resource video for lent

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Job Posting: Secretary at the CCCB

Under the general direction of the General Secretary (GS), working in close collaboration with the Assistant General Secretary (AGS) and coordinated by the Executive Assistant, the Secretary organizes and maintains the CCCB information lists/database; organizes the logistics for meetings of the Permanent Council, Executive Committee, and National Commissions and different Committees; assists in maintaining the filing of correspondence and documents for the General Secretariat; and provides office support to the General Secretariat, as needed.

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UISG Online Meeting with the Leadership Conference of Women Religious (LCWR)

Theme of the meeting: “Sharing the Vision: A dialogue on Religious Life today and into the Future”

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Wisdom and Passion in a Broken Church – Healing the Present and Shaping the Future

A Day of reflection for Women and Men Religious, their friends, priests, deacons and laypeople involved in ministry.

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A Journey into Exile

An exercise to raise awareness about the reality of a life in exile experienced by refugees around the world. The objective of this simulation exercise is to foster empathy towards refugees.

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