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Repentance & Renewal: Ignatian Resources for Lent
Last year, you were one of more than 20,000 people who joined the Jesuits of Canada and the United States for our online Lenten prayer program, Igniting Our Values. While we’re not offering a Lenten program this year, there are a wide array of online resources for prayer and reflection being produced by the Ignatian family.
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Hate confession? Here’s why you should reconsider. Fr. James Martin, S.J quotes one of his theology professors “Confession isn’t about how bad you are, but how good God is”. Read the article here
The Meaning of Easter
Happy Easter to you! Bishop Barron reminds us how the cross and the resurrection goes against our idea of restoring power and order through fear and violence, but rather through love and peace.Listen here…
Jesuit Volunteers of Canada (JVC) is a formation program, where young adults live out the values of Christian spirituality, social and eco-justice, community, and simple living. Placement opportunities include working with First Nations communities, young adult programing, community development and outreach, education, food justice, and working with the urban poor.
Jesuit Volunteers Canada is currently accepting applications for September 2017 with possible communities and work placements in northern Ontario, Toronto and Regina. For more information, visit www.jesuitvolunteers.ca or call 519-820-8204. JVC is part of a 50-year movement dedicated to inspiring young adults! Click here for more information on this website.