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General Administration Visit to Visitation Province in April 2015

From left to right: Sr. Danielle Dubois, Associate to the Congregational Leader; Sr. Arlita Matte, Councillor, Congregation Secretary; Sr. Donna Rose, Congregation Bursar, Sr. Josephine Badali, Congregation Leader; Sr. Agnes Campbell, Councillor; Sr. Anne C. Leonard, Councillor.

Once in their five-year mandate, the General Administration members visit each of their four provinces and two regions. In April 2015, the sisters and associates in Visitation province will be graced by a Congregation Leadership Team official visit. They will arrive in Visitation East province (NB, NS, PEI and NL) on April 1 to 14.

Visitation province Sisters throughout the province are hosting the Congregation Leadership visit and both sisters and sssociates will be involved as much as possible. This is indeed a graced time in the life of the Congregation of Notre Same and in particular Visitation province. It promises to be life-giving and is welcomed with much joy. 

“LET MY PEOPLE GO” Detention – A Matter of Conscience

Saturday, May 9, 2015

St. James Parish Center/School at 820 N. Arlington Heights Road in Arlington Heights, Ill.

8:15 - 8:45 a.m. Registration !8:50 a.m. Welcome, Opening Prayer

12:45 p.m. Closing

9:00 a.m. Keynote Speaker: Most Rev. Gerald F. Kicanas, Bishop of Tucson, Ariz.

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Showing Our Love To The Next Generation

A few years ago I was taking part in a faith based inter-generational event on environmental issues. One of the young women present expressed her deep felt gratitude for the presence of those of us from the "older" generation. She said she hears so often that the world is counting on the next generation of young people to do things differently with the earth, "But", she said, "we can't do it alone. We need you to be with us." At that moment it struck me how important it is to show young people that we are taking this seriously and that we are willing to do something. This could be a wonderful way to express our love to them, to show them that we care so much about their future that we are ready to address some challenging aspects of the present. We are called to love! We have begun a journey together for the Corporate Stance on Climate Change in view of the 21st Global Conference on Climate Change in Paris in December of this year. This action that we are inviting you to is a critically important part of helping Canada to play a positive role at the Paris Conference.

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