BY FATHER PHILIP KENNEDY, PRESIDENT, CATHOLIC MISSIONS IN CANADA
Plans are in place in various dioceses for this gradual process of bringing life and light back to the Church.
BY SISTER CELESTE GOULET, C.S.S.F.
A story of Sylvia and hope for the future
The preschool program has been running for 30 years now, and is housed in the third building that was built by Tulita in 1995. We are now raising money to build a larger school building.
BY SISTER REINE DRISCOLL, R.S.R.
...St. Augustine’s parish didn’t get any financial help?
BY SISTER MARGARET SUNTJENS, D.W.
Setting up the first day schools on the native reserves was a difficult transition—demanding for the parents, and for the children alike.
BY SISTER FAY TROMBLEY, S.C.I.C.
The two church buildings in Tuktoyaktuk are the oldest Catholic buildings still in use in Canada's Western Arctic. The hope is that the buildings won't go to rot and ruin.
BY MARY RICHARDSON
Over the years our First Nations Women's Group in Cranbrook, British Columbia, have discussed Scripture stories, self-esteem, the spirituality of motherhood, God in our midst, gratefulness and practical spirituality. It is during these times that we share deeply with one another, always aware of God on our journeys.
BY SISTER BONNIE KOMARNICKI, S.S.M.I.
A new ministry has opened up in the Ukrainian Catholic Religious Education Centre in Saskatoon.