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Visitation Province Associates' Report at Central Committee

After we presented our report, others were asked to share what impacted them in what they heard. Here are their responses:

  • A community that radiates the charism of Marguerite Bourgeoys from sea to sea
  • Great concern for little ones and our planet
  • That prayer is most important to our Associates
  • A very great awareness of over-consumerism and also the importance of buying locally
  • The values of Marguerite like justice and peace and held dearly in each heart
  • Global awareness and involvement
  • A community that is proud to bring Marguerite’s light to the next generation
  • Solidarity in commitment to CND Heritage and justice issues
  • A very much alive group, prayerful in solidarity with everyone, being detached from consumerism and at the service of others
  • A community with deep trust as they embrace the future
  • Very open to internationally living simplicity of life
  • Dynamic and connected to one another and the world

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Published talks from the Spring Conference of the Religious of Ireland

The Spring Conference of the Religious of Ireland (CORI) entitled, "Religious Life Evolving: Faithful and Free," has published two talks given by their keynote speakers. Sister Pat Farrell, OSF, and Sister Sandra Schneiders, IHM kindly allowed their lectures to be published in full on the CORI wesite

The talks are entitled: 'Sustaining Transformation' and 'The Ongoing Challenge of Renewal in Contemporary Religious Life'.

Someone recommended these talks to me and I know that they gave me lots to ponder and a desire to have further conversation about them with others.

They are available on the CORI website as well as other interesting material. Enjoy the splendor of this Fall!

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A BIG Concert and a BIG Social Justice Symposium

A BIG Concert and a BIG Social Justice Symposium happened last weekend in Charlottetown celebrating the 30th anniversary of the Cooper Institute and honouring one of their deceased founding members, Father Andrew MacDonald. The concert was a delightful range of local talent, from a beautiful Creation dance by a young Aboriginal man to a toe-tapping selection of Acadian fiddling, dancing and singing by three Acadian women including Sister Marie L. Arsenault’s niece. The Symposium included a presentation by Pasma Chandra, a policy analyst from Ottawa who outlined how BIG (Basic Income Guarantee) affects democracy and work. A panel including a representative from Cooper Institute, PEI council of People with Disabilities and the Advisory Council on the Status of Women shared their perspectives on the benefits of BIG.

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