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Radical Grace

Radical Grace, an award-winning documentary (2015; 75 min.) directed by Rebecca Parrish and produced by Niccole Bernardi-Reis. Executive Producer is Susan Sarandon, noted for her active support of social causes including economic justice, women’s rights, anti-war efforts and for her social justice work. Radical Grace is about three contemporary activists; Sister Simone Campbell, (Nuns on the Bus), Sister Chris Schenk (Future Church) and Sister Jean Hughes. The film is available for rental to groups; the home DVD is not yet available.

CNWE New Brunswick has arranged for public screenings in Saint John (March 30) and Fredericton (March 31). To see the trailer, visit

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Retreat for sisters and associates

Retreat for sisters and associates at Providence Spirituality Center in Kingston Ontario, to be presented by Sister Lorraine Caza, CND from Friday, April 1st to Sunday, April 3rd, 2016. There are only a few rooms left at the Providence Spirituality Center. If you haven’t already registered, please contact me by February 29th at

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Welcoming Refugees in Salmon Arm, BC

Teresa in front row

Teresa McKerral, CND associate and member of JPIC Core Committee, sent us a very positive report of happenings in her parish. The Social Justice Committee of St. Joseph’s in Salmon Arm was instrumental in setting-up a committee to initiate and organize efforts to bring in Syrian refugee families. Other sponsoring communities (Rotary Club, Our Lady of the Lake at Blind Bay) joined them, and also a number of non-affiliated citizens. They are preparing to offer a welcome to as many as seven families. 

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