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2015 CNWE National Conference May 29-31, 2015, Toronto, ON

2015 CNWE National Conference www.cnwe.org

May 29-31, 2015, Toronto, ON

The Toronto conference planning group is thrilled to announce that our keynote speaker will be Canadian human rights activist, journalist and author, Sally Armstrong.

Sally “has covered stories in zones of conflict all over the world. From Bosnia and Somalia to Rwanda and Afghanistan, her eyewitness reports have earned her the Amnesty International Media Award three times over, as well as acclaim all over the world.”

Sally Armstrong’s book, Ascent of Women (2013) is highly recommended reading and “shows us why empowering women and girls is the way forward.”

MICHAEL MORWOOD: THROUGH A 21ST CENTURY LENS October 19-21

MICHAEL MORWOOD: THROUGH A 21ST CENTURY LENS October 19-21, 2014 Sunday, 7 pm to Tuesday 4 pm Michael Morwood encourages people to examine their perceptions of Jesus and raises challenging questions for traditional Christian belief, while providing solid ground on which to articulate Christian faith today. His speaking and writing have focused on the urgent need to shape Christian belief and practice in the understanding that the Divine Presence has always permeated everything that exists.

See www.tatacentre.ca for information or cal1-800-218-2220.

News from Innisfail

As a chaplain of Saint Marguerite School in Innisfail, one of my ministries is to participate in the distribution of the Bibles for the grade four students. The Red Deer Catholic School District gathers all the grade four students for a liturgical celebration and they number about five hundred students.

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