Over 500 students, educators and members participated in our 2nd National Online THINKfast, raising over $16,000 to support our partners’ work in the Global South.
The incarnation and life of Jesus show us that knowledge of God passes through the practice of justice.
During Lent, we ask our friends and family, our fellow parishioners and our non-Catholic neighbors to donate. We do this because this is how we love the world….
Even as we grieve, we, the young people of the world, are calling for systems to change. We are learning to centre the voices of those most affected by climate change….
Today’s Gospel reading can serve as a reminder that even Jesus himself, whose transfiguration left Peter, James and John stunned, chose a long-term approach to his mission.
Lent is a wonderful opportunity… to reflect on how our baptism unites us as members of God’s family and invites us to share love….
Ash Wednesday marks the start of the Lenten season, the 47-day period leading up to the commemoration of Christ’s crucifixion the celebration of His resurrection.
Development and Peace membres in Montreal carried out a cheese sale project this fall, in collaboration with the Abbey of Saint-Benoît-du-Lac.
Ahead of the Christmas night mass, a bishop shares his reflections on the mystery and wonder of the “Child God who stoops down to become a toddler in front of us.”
Reflecting on Advent, a Development and Peace member wonders where we will discover the face of God and how we will we open the door to the knocking of angels.