Upcoming Events and Awareness

We do our best to share the wonderful work that is being done within our communities. If you have an event you would like to share, or have a topic in mind that you would like to see more of, please do not hesitate to email the office.


Do No Harm Webinar Series

Do No Harm is a six-part webinar series which aims to address Anti-Human Trafficking work in a new way. 

Tuesday March 23, -Tuesday April 27, 2021 via Zoom.
Hosted by the Collaborative Network to End Exploitation (CNEE) and the Sisters of St. Joseph Toronto
Human trafficking can take man forms such as labour exploitation, sexual exploitation, forced marriage, forced begging to name a few.
We all agree that this must stop however in our quest to do so, our efforts can have harmful consequences for trafficked persons.
Find more information on the event and registration HERE.

 


Citizens for Public Justice

Keynotes and workshops  will invite participants to consider how Christians, in particular, are called to seek justice alongside others. Participants will be invited to explore the role of theology, church history, and contemporary expressions of faith in our understanding and practice of justice. All participants are welcome, regardless of faith background. Find schedule and registration information HERE

For the Love of Creation

February 24 - October 4, 2021
For the Love of Creation's Faith-in-Action campaign aims to mobilise people of faith across Canada to reduce household greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and demonstrate support for increased federal climate action.

Find more information on the campaign and pledge HERE.


Meaningful Dialogue Guides for Small Group Discussion

The forum released the Care for our Common Home Dialogue Guide as a tool for parishes, schools, community groups, to engage with the Holy Father's Encyclical, Laudato Si. The forum recently released a new resource, A Dialogue Guide on Justice and Right Relationships. It focuses on listening to and centring Indigenous Voices. Both guides are ideal for small group discussion, and include comprehensive instructions on how to facilitate meaningful discourse on important social issues. You can access both resources here: HERE

The 5 Anniversary of Laudato Si'

It has been five years since the release of Laudato Si’, the remarkable encyclical written by Pope Francis on the environmental crisis affecting our planet. 

A Message from Pope Francis


Caring for “Our Common Home”: Reflections from the Amazon

Alfredo Ferro Medina SJ of Canadian Jesuits Internal offers a reflection on Care for Our Common Home and the Amazon.

Click Here to Read Reflection


Laudato Si' Prayer

 


 

Wondering how you can support Development and Peace this Advent?

Participate in their #JustRecoveryForAll campaign which focuses on recovering from COVID-19 following 6 Principles which put people first.

    • If you are at home and looking for online resources such as documentaries and activities for families and youth groups, check out the resources page: https://justrecoveryforall.ca/