Members in action

Share the Journey, one step at a time!

April 15, 2019
Share the Journey walk

This fall, we launched the Share the Journey campaign and invited Canadians to walk in solidarity with the 68.5 million forced migrants around the world. Many of you answered the call and our collective actions are adding up!

Online across Canada, in solidarity with the world

A special Solidarity Sunday mass livestreamed by the Archdiocese of St. Boniface, Man., took the Development and Peace message to the faithful in all corners of the country.

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Three Ways for families to experience Lent with Development and Peace

To help families celebrate Lent together, we offer an array of tools that promote action and reflection during a time when we are called upon to open our hearts. 

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What is social justice and how to pursue it?

February 20, 2020

On the World Day of Social Justice, Development and Peace staff and members share their reflections on the significance of the term.

Message of support for the International Year of Indigenous Languages

The Our Lady of Guadalupe Circle has released a statement entitled “Message of support from Our Lady of Guadalupe Circle on the occasion of the UN...

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We’ve walked 40,075 km! How far will we go?

Walks - Share the Journey

Canadians took up the challenge to walk the equivalent of the Earth’s circumference and they succeeded! With many more walks on the way, how far will we go?

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Members of Development and Peace – Caritas Canada honoured for their commitment to change

April 16, 2018
rewarded members

Congratulations to Marcella and Fernand for the recognition of their commitment and solidarity! 

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On Human Rights Day, let’s meet a Canadian woman peacebuilder!

This year’s Nobel Peace Prize was awarded to ICAN, the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons. On December 10th, Human Rights Day, ICAN was officially awarded the prize at a ceremony in Oslo.

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We’ve raised $500,000 thanks to your stamps!

September 25, 2017
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Khoudia Ndiaye, Communications Officer
Projet Timbres Devp

Back in 1984, two philatelists from Beloeil, QC, Jean-Pierre Lagacé and the late Marcel Désilet, had the idea to collect the stamps affixed on envelopes arriving from around the world at Development and Peace – Caritas Canada and offer them to stamp...

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Timbres : ça y est, le cap des 500 000 dollars a été franchi !

September 25, 2017
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Khoudia Ndiaye, agente de communications
Projet Timbres Devp

C'est en 1984 que deux philatélistes de Beloeil, Marcel Désilet, aujourd'hui décédé, et Jean-Pierre Lagacé, ont eu l'idée de récupérer les timbres apposés sur les enveloppes reçues par Développement et Paix – Caritas Canada en provenance des différents pays...

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