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February 5, 2015
Injustices and environmental degradation make it abundantly clear that society is in serious need of reconstruction. What is the dream?  How about a vision of personal fulfillment and peace for all instead of visions of power and profit for a few? Here is the big surprise--good campaigns for the transformation of the world can be run by a few committed people, functioning in the basements of churches throughout the Archdiocese, seeking to be a catalyst for the change.
March 5, 2015
Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ, In a Lenten letter to Canadian Catholics printed in the Feb. 2015 Living with Christ, Brazilian Bishop Enemesio Angelo Lazzaris writes, “Sisters and Brothers of Canada, when we share in the consecrated bread and wine of communion, we are making a commitment to fight hunger and its root causes….  This commitment must always, especially during Lent, be accompanied by acts of solidarity, such as those we have seen through our many years of partnership with Development and Peace.”  Bishop Enemesio is President of the Pastoral Land Commission, which is supported by us through the Share Lent collection. 
May 11, 2015
At first glance, it's a scene that's becoming all too familiar...a small, rural parish, dwindling numbers, the ever-present worry about whether or not they'll have the money to pay the bills for another year.  And yet, into this potentially depressing situation comes a breath of new life.  A small group of parishioners, gathered in the church basement around an old TV set that someone had donated, and a Bible study DVD series.  A couple were excited, a few more were reluctant to give up a free evening in the midst of yet another busy week, thinking they'd come for the first time and then beg off.  Much to everyone's surprise, the first evening was a hit.  Slowly but surely, over the course of four months, they worked their way through the sixteen session program

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