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All smiles in Montreal

All smiles in Montreal... as the much anticipated Christmas Exhibition returned from its long-standing hiatus at Résidence Bon-Secours, November 30th , 2021. The Mary of Peace Sisters shopped in a relaxed, mellow ambiance until their hearts’ content. (As the choir sang with piano accompaniment). Decorations, nativity scenes, treasured tricots, crocheted items handmade by the Congregation de Notre Dame Sisters sold like hot cakes! Miniature poinsettias and Christmas cacti were also in high demand. The Mary of Peace Sisters participated in a candy - guessing contest and a draw. As they exited the fourth floor, spacious hall, each were gifted a bonbonnière containing homemade chocolate fudge, cake pops prepared by the hardworking cafeteria staff and delivered lovingly. Afterwards, a Bistro was set-up in another reception hall whereby Martine (the newest member of the community workers) served piping hot coffee, Porto and Moritz icy chocolate squares. The Mary of Peace mingled with Sister Claire Bouchard and other sisters from the first floor.

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Sister Marie-Norma Gallant ministry with the Evangeline Community Consultative Group (ECCG

Sister Marie-Norma Gallant continues her ministry with the Evangeline Community Consultative Group (ECCG). She travels across PEI working with numerous groups and individuals. Her valuable service includes training for seniors and families on how to stay safe in the home, secure ways to participate in social media, and how to maintain mental health during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Sr. Eileen Roach present her third session on Laudato Si’

Thursday, November 25th, 2021, Associates and Sisters gathered at the Pastoral Centre in River Ryan, NS, to hear Sr. Eileen Roach present her third session on Laudato Si’. We were all very excited to hear how Sr. Eileen brought into context the Spirituality of St. Marguerite Bourgeoys and the teachings of the Pope’s encyclical. Pope Francis calls for an ecological conversion, a conversion that brings blessings to our wonderful world, a world created by God for all His creation to live in harmony. The teachings of Laudato Si’ and the General and Provincial Chapters inspire us to be committed to the ongoing care for our Common Home.

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