Useful Resources

Keeping in Touch with the World

In an effort to provide a selection of resources for those who wish to follow religious, social, political and spiritual activities, we list the following websites. We invite you to visit these sites and register for free updates.

We will continue to forward to you information of an urgent nature and important updates.

Church Sites

  • Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops – cccb.ca– events, statements, letters and plans
  • Holy See – vatican.va– papal speeches, audiences and encyclicals
  • Women’s Interchurch Council of Canada – wicc.org – the only national ecumenical council focusing on social justice, women’s issues, ecumenism and growth in women’s spirituality

Religious Communities

Justice Issues

  • Canadian Catholic Organization for Development and Peace – devp.org – since 1967 supporting and educating about development issues
  • Citizens for Public Justice – cpj.ca – a faith-based group advocating for and educating about justice across Canada especially in the areas of poverty reduction, ecological justice and issues around refugees
  • KAIROS CANADA – kairoscanada.org – ecumenical justice group supported by various Canadian Churches and Religious Communities
  • Canada Without Poverty – cwp-csp.ca – non-profit organization for eradication poverty
  • Canadian Foodgrains Bank- foodgrainsbank.ca – partnership of 15 Canadian churches and church-based agencies working together to end global hunger

Alternative News Sources

Prayer and Reflection

  • Eco-spirituality Resources – ecospiritualityresources.com – free, user-friendly, practical material that integrates new scientific discoveries with beliefs and lifestyles – especially good for Advent and Lent
  • seescapes.com – thoughtful, useful videos using quotes from authorities in eco-spirituality topics

As we make space in our hearts to be open to the Divine Light, please find other helpful resources available for daily reflection below:

"Live in harmony, united together in one heart and one will."