Monday, June 8, 2015

Youth group looks for more members at Canadian Martyrs

God Leads Our Way (GLOW) brings teens in for Mass in Mandarin
Members of the group God Leads Our Way (GLOW) from Canadian Martyrs Parish went to Westminster Abbey in 2014. The Lord will "equip you with the courage to answer His call," said Joyce Lin (back row, sixth from right). Photo submitted to BCC.
Twenty years ago, the establishment of Canadian Martyrs Parish brought a new youth organization into the Archdiocese of Vancouver: GLOW. For full story see The B.C. Catholic website.

Also newly posted:

Financial transparency serves Church's mission: official
Tommaso Di Ruzza, pictured in a 2009 photo, was named director of the Vatican's Financial Intelligence Authority Jan. 21. CNS photo / Emanuela De Meo, Catholic Press Photo.
In an exclusive interview with CNA, the director of the Vatican's financial watchdog stressed that the Holy See has pursued the goal of adopting international standards for financial transparency in accord with the Church's mission, and not to merely seek adherence to international standards. For full story see The B.C. Catholic website.

Lay evangelist's service brings outpouring of healings
Lay evangelist Robert Canton holds up canes left behind by people healed at a May 24 healing service in Edmonton. Thandiwe Konguavi / Western Catholic Reporter (CCN).
When Robert Canton woke up on Pentecost Sunday this year, he was excited. For full story see The B.C. Catholic website.

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