Monday, December 1, 2014

Stewardship advocates shine spotlight on gratitude

Parishioners should give to the Church because they feel grateful, not guilty: Corinna Siy

Stewardship advocates call generosity "a way of life," and it's that notion of gratitude that drives them. For full story see The B.C. Catholic website.

Also newly posted:

CWL honours fallen soldiers with Juno Beach plaque
Barbara Dowding, CWL national president, visited Juno Beach Centre Nov. 11 to view the league's plaque and participate in Remembrance Day. Photo submitted.
The Catholic Women's League has dedicated a plaque in memory of Canadian soldiers who gave their lives on D-Day on the very beach where they fell 70 years ago. For full story see The B.C. Catholic website.

Retreat shows growing interest in priesthood
Francis Tesalona, Matthiew Gratton, and Luke Tamayo were among 15 men who attended a recent Come and See retreat at St. Joseph Seminary in Edmonton.  WCR photo, Ramon Gonzalez.
Luke Tamayo has been thinking about the priesthood for years. But before making a decision, the 28-year-old St. Albert architect wanted to meet other people who felt called to serve the Lord as priests.  For full story see The B.C. Catholic website.

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