If someone were to ask you who Mary Magdalene was, what would you tell the person?

Fr. Yaw Acheampong: Celebrating the joy of stewardship

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Which parish activity have you missed most during this COVID-19 pandemic?

Fr. Yaw Acheampong: Jesus leads us on path to healing

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How would you describe the state of your faith in God in these challenging times?

Fr. Yaw Acheampong: Pentecost renews heart of our community

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Since last Pentecost Sunday, how would you describe your gift of service to your community? It is an appropriate question for all of us this weekend (May 22-23) as we celebrate the popular feast of Pentecost Sunday, a feast we usually associate with the call to serve as people baptized in the Holy Spirit.

Fr. Yaw Acheampong: The cross: Centre of our Christian faith

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The cross is the most significant symbol of the Christian faith.

Fr. Yaw Acheampong: Season of renewal begins

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When is the best time to repent? A couple of weeks ago this question came up during my telephone conversation with a friend about Lent, which begins on Ash Wednesday, Feb. 17. Christians normally associate the word “repent” with Lent because we think of Lent as a special time of reflection, a time of penitence and a time to return to the Lord.

Fr. Yaw Acheampong: Stewardship builds communities of faith

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Have you returned to church since the re-opening in June after the lockdown? How did you feel about the changes you saw?

Fr. Yaw Acheampong: Finding hope in the Eucharist

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Over a couple of weeks, the Archdiocese of Toronto celebrated two joyful significant events: the opening of our churches on the Solemnity of Corpus Christi on June 14 and the ordination of eight transitional deacons into the priesthood on June 27.

Fr. Yaw Acheampong: Pentecost has timely message of hope

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Our spiritual journey in Easter comes to an end with the celebration of Pentecost Sunday (May 31). Just as most Canadians celebrated the Solemnity of the Resurrection in the absence of our parish communities, most of us are also going to celebrate Pentecost without gathering face-to-face as a community.

Fr. Yaw Acheampong: Facing challenges opens us up to hope

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As Christians, we have been on our Lenten journey since Ash Wednesday. This year, it is a journey with unique challenges.

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