Toronto’s diverse faith community will do what ever it takes to catch Mayor John Tory’s attention and address poverty in the city — even dressing up like characters from The Hunger Games.

Published in Canada

Blue is the new green. At least that is the case for the Federation of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Canada.

Published in Canada

It has been 27 years since the Sisters of St. Joseph relinquished control of Toronto’s St. Michael’s Hospital, but the mission they began in 1892 hasn’t wavered.

Published in Canada: Toronto-GTA

TORONTO – Young adults learned some of the rich history of the Sisters of St. Joseph and their contributions to Toronto in a dash around the city’s core Sept. 24.

Published in Faith

TORONTO - Having survived five years of investigation, interrogation and suspicion as past president of the Leadership Conference of Women Religious in the United States, Sr. Carol Zinn of the Sisters of St. Joseph is calling for more open, honest and heartfelt dialogue across the divides within the Church.

Published in Canada

VAUGHAN, ONT. - Sr. Andrea Dumont, a missionary Sister of St. Joseph, was honoured this year with Catholic Missions In Canada's St. Joseph Award.

Published in Canada

TORONTO - Pope Francis called for “the globalization of charity and co-operation” on the 101st World Day of Migrants and Refugees, but the Sisters of St. Joseph may have beaten the Pope to it with their submission to a United Nations commission in early January.

Published in Canada

ARLINGTON, Va. - When Felicia and Ethan Carr began searching for a high school for their eldest son, they wanted a school with a top-notch college preparatory program.

But the Carrs, who are Baptist, sought something else as well.

Published in International

Ultra High Frequency, Extremely High Frequency and Super High Frequency —  300 MHz to 300 GHz — doesn’t sound much like a religious vocation. But for a Jesuit like Fr. Bill Lonc microwaves were just one more opportunity to discover God in all things.

Published in Canada

TORONTO - Over the next five years, St. Joseph’s Health Centre plans to do its job better by including patients in decisions, consulting its diverse community and connecting people to the services that will make them healthier.

Published in Canada

TORONTO - Canada Post’s new release of stamps by prominent photographers includes a well-known shot by Michel Lambeth of two Sisters of St. Joseph and a man who helped the sisters in Toronto.

Published in Canada

The solution to local poverty could be online. London, Ont.’s King’s University College has joined the the London Poverty Research Centre in opening a virtual hub to address and ultimately end poverty in the city.

Published in Canada


tech phone addiction

Cathy Majtenyi: Smartphone addiction puts youth mental health at risk 

On June 1, the Boys and Girls Clubs of Canada held a national event that many of today’s young people would find highly challenging: spending one hour away from their smartphones.


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