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Lawrence Harris has a renewed vision of service forged and refined in the fire of COVID-19 that raged across the world for nearly three years.

Encountering the anchor of Eucharistic adoration

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I have experienced the healing and transformation that encountering the person of Jesus Christ brings and Eucharistic adoration has played a large role in this. Adoration is one of the best ways to experience the peace, love and strength that only Jesus can provide. It’s something we desperately need these days.

Life of service continues for former teacher

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After years of serving his community as a teacher, Peter Mamer has found another rewarding way of giving back.

Priest in Canada via a road less travelled

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When Tai Le arrived at Vancouver International Airport seven years ago at the tender age of 21, the future associate pastor of Sacred Heart Cathedral in Prince Albert, Sask., admitted that his first experience being surrounded by Canadians “was overwhelming.”

Her call to education led to GrACE

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“I have been called to Catholic education and this vocational call has blessed and enriched my life in profound ways.”

Alex D’Silva embraces call to priesthood in late 50s

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Deacon Alex D’Silva has made an impression on those surrounding him since beginning his path to the priesthood at St. Augustine’s Seminary in 2015.

A musician honours his gift from God

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When Sean Kelly is not on stage ripping away on the guitar in front of thousands of fans, you can find him in a classroom with his students or at home with his wife and two young sons.

Age is no barrier for young trailblazer

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At just 10 years old Lauren Cutaia is already making an impact on her community, using her passion for creating jewelry to support the less fortunate.

Sister has waged two-decade battle against human trafficking

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It has been nearly a decade since Sr. Nancy Brown was named a 2012 Order of British Columbia recipient in recognition of her dogged advocacy on behalf of youth and young people at risk of human trafficking and sexual exploitation.

Priest awarded Meritorious Service Medal for bringing eyecare to developing nations

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For over 20 years, Canadian priest Fr. Pierre Labine has been bringing the gift of sight to people in need all over the world.

Two-year posting now seven, and counting

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Denise and Joshua Grimard and their children were away visiting family when they received word that their community of Telegraph Creek in the northern British Columbia interior was among the communities decimated by raging wildfires that swept over the province in August 2018.