April 8, 2020 – An adapted version of spiritual conversation can be a valuable tool to remain connected to God and to one another, to experience Christ’s presence in our midst and to listen where the Spirit is inviting us to venture our steps in this context.
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April 7, 2020 — Below are a series of guides to help communities and individuals around the world to celebrate, with the help of video conferencing tools, liturgies of the Word for the days of the Easter Triduum.
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April 6, 2020 — Greg Kennedy, S.J., spiritual director and author, has just released Reupholstered Psalms: Ancient Songs Sung New, a magnificently illustrated book which is, as the title explains, a version of the Psalms adapted for today’s readers to give them hope.
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March 23, 2020 —But how should those of us in North America understand Querida Amazonia? In what ways do the fruits of this synod concern us?
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While a large proportion of the Canadian population is in self isolation due to Coronavirus Covid-19, technology is vital to sustaining our need for human contact. So, in a today's context, how can technology help us to maintain personal connections and build community?
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March 16, 2020 — On my recent trip to Haiti I visited the southern peninsula for the first time. This is the region of the country that was devastated by Hurricane Matthew in 2016. The local community has been desirous of having its own parish.
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We would like to offer this simple method for praying together online with the Word of God. Though many dioceses have cancelled the Sunday Eucharist to help civil authorities slow the transmission of the coronavirus, the Church is first and foremost the people of God gathered together as the Body of Christ.
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In Memoriam
Father Fernand Bédard died on April 2, 2020, in the Richelieu infirmary. He was in his 95th year and in religious life for 78 years. Fr. Fernand devoted himself to the Spiritual Exercises apostolate and continued to accompany retreats "on the road".

Father Gábor Kiss died at 11:30 am on December 23rd at René Goupil House in Pickering, Ontario (Canada). He was in his 96th year, and was in religious life for 74 years. His life of service can best be expressed by his usual reply: “I strive to do the best possible.”

On November 25, in the early afternoon, Fr. Fernand Jutras, SJ passed away at the Richelieu infirmary. He was in his 78th and in religious life for 59 years. From 1971 to 2016, he carried out different ministries and professional activities in Montreal.

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