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The season of Advent arrives on Sunday December 3rd, and a new liturgical year of the Gospel of Mark begins. Members, especially those less mobile or homebound, may enjoy
PDF Implementation Committee Update—December 2023 Sr. Susan Scott As the final months of the implementation of the strategic plan approach, it is a great pleasure sharing that the Goal
World Day of Youth is occurring this Sunday, on the solemnity of Christ the King, and we invite you to join in praying the prayer in the photo sourced
Fran Lucas, National Past President, November 22, 2023 FOR: Past Presidents at All Levels PDF With 2023 drawing to a close, a couple of items need to be addressed
This Sunday, November 19th, the Church marks the 7th World Day of the Poor. “In 2017, Pope Francis instituted the World Day of the Poor so that “throughout the
On November 11th, Canadians pause in silence to remember those who have given the ultimate sacrifice so we may live with our freedoms and the values we hold dear
To mark the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women and in line with the SDG 5, which endeavors to eliminate “all forms of violence against all
PDF Implementation Committee Update—November 2023 Eligibility for Office—Maybe Change is Coming? The redesign criteria and eligibility working group is looking at the possibility of redesigning the eligibility to run
Synod General Assembly to People of God: ‘Church must listen to everyone’ Participants in the XVI Ordinary General Assembly of the Synod of Bishops have approved a Letter to
The Alberta Mackenzie Provincial CWL Council and The Societyof St. Vincent de Paul Shared Initiative to Help Feed the North September & October, 2023By Mary Hunt, ABMK Provincial President
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