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From the monthly archives: September 2017

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Fort Simpson rejoices as new church opens

After years of fundraising and a lot of hard work, the people of Fort Simpson finally celebrated the consecration & official opening of their new church. 

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Bishops call on Catholic voters to make ‘informed, moral choice’ in trustee elections

“It is incumbent upon us to select leaders who will ensure the continued formation of our school communities in the values and teachings of our Lord as taught through our Church."

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‘Hear the Word of God and Do It’ : Archbishop Smith’s Pastoral Letter

“So what does it mean to be a disciple of the Lord? What does it mean to follow him, to be on mission? The Lord himself helps to clarify that when he says being a disciple is basically two things: Listen to the word of God, and put it into practice – ‘Hear the word of God and do it.’” (Luke 8:19-21)

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Gratitude, hope and faith renewed on D&P solidarity tour to Bolivia

“I left with the impression that Development and Peace is supporting incredible work in upgrading the lives of people in Bolivia. Without the support of non-government organizations, they would be in poverty.”

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Harris says his governance experience will help school board

As an expert in governance, Terry Harris helps organizations define the roles of directors.   And he sees no greater opportunity than to put his skills to work with the Edmonton Catholic school board

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Posa runs for Catholic school trustee, cites need for calmness, unity

“The board needs to speak with one voice for Catholic education. Trustees need to lead together. They are supposed to be modelling Catholic behaviour.”

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Volunteers keep historic St. Margaret's Church alive

“I find that it’s very surreal to be able to say, ‘That’s where my grandma had her Communion and my great-grandma attended church here,” said Levesque. “So every time I come here, I just feel very fortunate.”

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