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Goats at Parkland Fredericton

Residents of Brunswick Hall at Parkland Fredericton received a visit from two baby goats in November. The goats were so small that the owner was not sure they would survive, but with lots of tender loving care, he is happy to report that the twins are growing stronger every day! Pictured here with one of the baby goats is our very own Sister Ellen Hickey, CND. 


Celebration of St. Marguerite’s Feast Day at Holy Redeemer Convent, Sydney

The Parish Mass is celebrated in our chapel four days a week. Although Monday, January 12th, was our pastor, Father Paul Murphy’s day off, he was very accommodating when asked if he would celebrate Mass on that day. We were delighted and inspired by his homily on the life of St. Marguerite Bourgeoys. Following Mass, all were invited to join us for tea, coffee, fresh biscuits and molasses and cinnamon buns. Kudos to our cook, Colleen! It was a delight to hear some of the parishioners speak of their days at Holy Redeemer Girls School in the Pier and Notre Dame High School in Sydney Mines. Before leaving all were invited to take home some Congregation of Notre Dame prayer cards. 

Fast for the Climate Campaign

When: The first day of every month in 2015 [Add event to your calendar]

Where: Worldwide

The Fast for the Climate campaign is an interfaith initiative bringing people of different faiths to fast, as a spiritual exercise, in solidarity with the victims of climate change. People are invited to fast the 1st of each month. The World Council of Churches is one of the co-sponsors of this initiative.

The WCC 10th Assembly has recently stressed the urgency of climate crisis and its effect on those who are made poor. The interfaith fast for climate justice is one concrete way churches and other religious institutions are expressing their concern about the situation…

At this time, Pope Francis, building on the social teachings of the church, especially the “option for the poor,” may well be underscoring that climate change, for both ecological and social reasons, is the defining moral reality of our time.

The fasting can be seen as a component of the pilgrimage of justice and peace, as we prepare for the upcoming United Nations Convention in Paris, December 2015. 

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