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Shining a Spotlight on the Ministry with Maturing Adults
The month of June is dedicated to Adult Faith Formation for the ministries of the Office of Formation for Discipleship. It is also Seniors’ Month in Ontario. This office is committed to help parishes support all adults to grow...
Novena to the Holy Spirit
May 19 to May 27, 2023
This is the prototype of all novenas.
It commemorates the nine days between the Ascension of Our Lord and the descent of the Holy Spirit on the first Pentecost Sunday.
Our Lady and...
Exploring the ‘Gift of Faith and Mental Health’ this May
Fr. Stephan Kappler is the President and Chief Psychologist of Southdown Institute. In light of the upcoming day dedicated to raising awareness of mental health across the the archdiocese, he shares with readers some of the strong connections between faith...
Short Masterworks by Six Legendary Filmmakers
Faith Issues Today is a continuous learning series offered at Regis College. This series offers non-credit course on scripture, church history, theology and its relevancy in today’s world.This session of Faith Issues Today is titled &ldquo...
Apr-25-2023 to May-30-2023 (06:30 PM to 08:30 PM)
Seven Things to Know about Ash Wednesday
Michelle Brylowski is Associate Director, RCIA and Liturgical Formation, for the Office of Formation for Discipleship. Below, she helps us prepare for Ash Wednesday.
1. What do the ashes on the forehead represent?Biblically, ashes symbolize mourning, mortality and penance...
Advent – A Time of Liturgical Renewal
As we make our Christmas preparations, plan holiday activities and catch up with old friends, our hearts are filled with memories of the past and our minds draft fresh resolutions for the future. We anticipate. We are hopeful. We feel...
Horizons of Hope: A Toolkit for Parishes on Palliative Care
Families, friends, parish communities and health care professionals, together, all play an important role to care for and accompany those in need of palliative care that recognizes the dignity of the human person. As such, the Canadian Conference of Catholic...
St.Faustina's Diary In A Year
The Lord’s “Secretary of Divine Mercy,” St. Faustina, wrote what has become a modern-day spiritual classic — a blueprint for living a sacramental life in union with Jesus Christ.
For anyone who may think...
The Value of Patristic Studies in the Modern Age
The leadership at St. Augustine’s Seminary is designing a Licentiate program in Patristics – it will be the first program dedicated to Patristics in Canada when it rolls out in the 2023-2024 academic year. Fr. Robert John...
Celebrating 50 years of the Diaconate
September 30 marks the 50th anniversary of the Permanent Diaconate in the Archdiocese of Toronto. Deacon Steve Pitre, Coordinator of Diaconal Ministry, reflects on this special milestone.
1. What celebrations are planned to commemorate this milestone anniversary?
Weekly Kid's Bulletin
Check out Kids' Bulletin to learn about the faith every week by the Kids' Bulletin.
New Digital Archive Highlights Parish Histories
The Archives of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Toronto has launched a new digital collection’s portal, ARCAT Online. Frances O’Regan, Director of Archives, provides an overview below.
1. What is ARCAT Online?
ARCAT Online is a...
Front Desk Volunteer Needed at Radio Maria Canada
Do You Have a Few Hours to Spare Each Week?Radio Maria is looking for a volunteer to help at the front desk once a week on Friday from 10:00 am - 2:00 pm.
The volunteer will be responsible...
May-01-2023 to May-01-2024 (05:00 AM to 01:00 PM)
World Meeting of Families is just a click away
Carissa and Patrick Douglas will be attending the World Meeting of Families in Rome as part of the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops’ delegation alongside 11 other couples from Canada.
1. Ahead of a meeting with Pope Francis, Vincenzo...
For Love of the Church
For Love of the Church is a book celebrating the life, teachings and achievements of Cardinal Thomas Collins, Archbishop of Toronto, to create a “Catholic culture” actively engaged with the signs of the times. Following the “ecclesial...