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God of all seasons, God of Autumn,

as you transform the earth,

transform us by your Spirit.


Our Commitment to Interculturality...

We believe that God desires us to live with others in ways that are respectful and mutually empowering.

These are the principles of interculturality that guide our way forward:

• Build a home where all can feel comfortable and accepted

• Learn to appreciate and celebrate our many differences

• Develop an inclusive model of thinking that takes into consideration the many different truths that we hold

Our commitment to interculturality requires that we live a path of constant conversion.

(Adapted text, Newer Members, Chofu, Japan – 2019)

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Going to the peripheries

October 17 was the International Day for the Eradication of Poverty. Thousands of people representing over 100 groups across Canada marked the day by calling on the federal government to take immediate action on this ongoing violation of human rights. As part of the Dignity for All campaign, CHEW ON THIS! my friend Patricia Power and I stood on street corners in downtown Charlottetown handing out brown paper bags to passers-by. The bags contained a snack, a fridge magnet reading CHEW ON THIS! and a post card to be signed and mailed to the Office of the Prime Minister. The message to government was simple: " The country is watching. It's time to show the millions of people in Canada living in poverty that their government cares about them." The supporters of Dignity for All are asking the Prime Minister Trudeau and new government that in the first 90 days, a real commitment be shown to a poverty-free Canada by choosing effective human rights policies and making poverty a budget priority.

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Cape Breton Celtic Colours Welcomed Kathleen and Ann Deignan

St. Marguerite Bourgeoys Parish, Sydney, NS

Following the presentation people came forward to touch, pray or just be in the presence of the relic of St. Marguerite which was removed from the altar for this night only. (This ritual was repeated at St. Marguerite Bourgeoys Parish, Tantallon, NS.)

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