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Climate March and International Day of Peace Gathering in Charlottetown

Several of us joined a group in front of Province House at noon on Sunday, September 21, to unite in solidarity with people around the world on this special day of the Climate March and International Day of Peace. The theme of our gathering emphasized the link between environmental stewardship, social justice, community celebration and peace. Emphasis was placed on the strengthening of this link if our dream of healing a planet in crisis is to be realized. Groups present included the Council of Canadians, the Island Peace Committee and Earth Action.

The event consisted of several speeches, entertainment relevant to the purpose of the gathering, and a short walk in union with those around the world who were walking. Sister Anne Gillis explained to the group our Congregation of Notre Dame involvement in these issues on a worldwide basis.

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Advent Weekend Guided Retreat

ROTHESAY, NB - Friday, November 28, 7 pm – Sunday, November 30, noon

Facilitator: Becky McKenna, CND

Welcoming Emmanuel, God’s Presence Among Us

To register, please contact Villa Madonna toll free at 1-866-783-3300 or


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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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