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RETREAT: LIVING THE NOW

The Sisters of Notre Dame Community of Andrews of Charlottetown have completed our yearly retreat which comprised three days in May and three days in October. We were truly blessed to have had Father Keith Kennific, pastor of St. Bonaventure Parish in Tracadie, PE, as our director. Father Keith’s knowledge of the scriptures and his ability to help us apply them to our everyday lives has been and is a wonderful gift as we continue our journey with our God.

Movie - The Judge

For anyone who likes mysteries, and court cases, and who can handle one more dysfunctional family story, this movie is a gripper. Robert Duvall (83 years young) is totally credible as the aging judge and Robert Downey Jr. is as real as it gets playing the successful (career-wise) son who “got away” from his family and hometown. It’s a long movie – 2 hours - but the time doesn’t seem long because the story is fast-paced and opens up like a Grisham novel. In spite of some reviews I read beforehand, I liked this movie. It shows how forgiveness can happen (or not) and how we can move on (or not) in our own story.

Development and Peace…Sow Much Love

Week of Action Oct 12-19, 2014

D&P, you will remember, is an important part of our Canadian church. For the past 45 years we have been supporting and empowering the poor in Africa, Asia, Latin America and the Middle East.

During the 2014 Lent campaign, D&P focused on the issue of hunger and food production. Since more than one billion people still suffer from hunger around the world, D&P is making this the focus of its 2014 education campaign.

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