Everyone goes through times of crisis, but not everyone has a place to turn to for mental health support. 

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Whether you are nine or 90 years old, everyone needs a best friend.

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For many seniors, day-to-day living is a lonely and often isolating experience.

Published in Canada: Toronto-GTA

At St. Augustine of Canterbury Parish, religious sisters are serving as surrogate mothers to disadvantaged youth in one of Toronto’s poorest west-end neighbourhoods.

Published in Canada: Toronto-GTA

With a new vision guiding this year’s ShareLife campaign, the fundraising arm for the Archdiocese of Toronto charities, is hoping to secure more donations than ever to help those in need.

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A sampling of philanthropists in Canada shows that people who are active in their religion are more generous. It’s unlikely most people would disagree with such a finding.

Published in Estate Planning

TORONTO – ShareLife is going back to its roots with a plan that taps into past strategies to encourage more involvement at the parish level.

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TORONTO – A seniors outreach pilot project is set to begin in select suburban Toronto parishes this year, funded in part through donations to the annual ShareLife campaign.

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A genuine smile makes a big difference when one walks into a store. At St. Jude’s Academy of the Arts, you might even be welcomed with a hug from one of the special needs clients helping at the gift shop that day.

Summer camp is often considered a childhood rite of passage, but for many families the outdoor experience is unaffordable. Camp Ozanam for boys and Marygrove Camp for girls helps fill this void.

As Vita Centre celebrates its 25 years of service in Peel Region, its staff and volunteers can look back and see how they have grown along with their clients.

In reaching out to Catholic schools and students, ShareLife’s aim goes far beyond raising money.

Read the stories of the people helped by ShareLife donors.

There’s no doubt that Archbishop Philip Pocock’s stand against Planned Parenthood was a defining moment in his episcopal career.

It wasn’t anger. It wasn’t fear. It was truth that made Archbishop Philip Pocock stand up and say no.

The morning of March 20, 1976 Toronto discovered the Catholic Church wasn’t buying the city’s new notion of progress.