November 29, 2019 – On my way to Rome, I was skeptical and critical. I thought to myself: here is another celebration to swell our ego and justify our helplessness. I was comforted by the idea that I would enjoy as a tourist. But I was surprised! Read more
November 29, 2019 – From November 9 to 14, 2019, the Jesuit Refugee Service (JRS) Canada team hosted its simulation exercise "A Journey in Exile" three times in three different locations. The exercise is a role-playing experience that puts participants in the shoes of a refugee. Read more
November 21, 2019 – Even as “a twenty-year-old for the fourth time,” Fr. Michel Lefebvre, SJ, is kept busy either sitting on the Board of Directors or performing marriages and baptisms for former students of the Collège Jean-de-Brébeuf, where he worked for over 45 years. Here are extracts from a moving interview.
November 21, 2019 – From November 4-8, more than 210 Jesuits and lay people, including experts and activists from 62 countries met to celebrate, review, renew and recommit to the social apostolate of the Society of Jesus. The Jesuits of Canada province was represented by Élisabeth Garant, Ambroise Gabriel, Jenny Cafiso and Anne-Marie Jackson. Read more
November 15, 2019 – Daniel Leckman, S.J, the youngest Jesuit brother in Canada, agreed to sit down with us to revisit the early years of his formation (his noviciate, regency and theology), his work as a spiritual director, his hopes for new Jesuits as well as for the Church. Read more
November 15, 2019 — On October 22nd, Jesuits, colleagues, and friends gathered at Collège Jean-de-Brébeuf in Montreal for a Wine and Cheese evening to the benefit of Jesuit works, under the honorary presidency of Mr. Louis Audet. Two weeks later the Office of Advancement of the Jesuits of Canada held the Scotch Nosing and Dinner.
November 8, 2019 — But how do we look at young Canadians? What is their relationship with the Church? To find out more, we have attempted to paint a portrait of Canadians aged between 15 and 30 years old and their relationship to the faith. Read more
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.
Fr. Chris Rupert died early on the morning of 16 October in the Supportive Care Unit at Lakeridge Hospital in Oshawa, ON. He was in his 83rd year and was a Jesuit for 60 years.Chris was a zealous priest who served for years in the Durham Region.
Father Larry Kroker died peacefully on October 6, 2019 at Rene Goupil House, Pickering. He was in his 80thth year and in religious life for 60 years. Larry took the gifts of Jesuit tradition and of the Exercises and offered them to the Indigenous people.
Relations Mai 2019
The Pope Video - November 2019
Jesuit Chris Farrell explores how he uses his talents as a Jesuit.
Fr. Bill Clarke discusses the challenges and joys of the Jesuit priesthood.
Jesuit Artur Suski explains the Examen prayer.
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St. Mark's Parish
St. Mark's Parish, located in Vancouver, BC provides a spiritual home for both students and residents living on or near the University of British Columbia Campus (UBC).