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Faith Connections invites young adults 18–39 to engage in opportunities that generate spiritual growth and community building.
We'll help you network with other young adults and put you in touch with young adult ministries.
Through our retreats and programs, we hope to nourish your spirituality, and we can help you find spiritual direction.
As a part of Fontbonne Ministries, we embrace the charism of unity and community taught by the Sisters of St. Joseph of Toronto.
Join us for an evening of thought-provoking conversation on theological topics!
Special guest: Charles Lewis, former writer for the National Post.
Quentin Schesnuk, Manager of Planned Giving and Personal Gifts for the Archdiocese of Toronto, spoke about how Catholics should handle their finances on March 23, 2015 at the Duke of York Pub.
Mr. Schesnuk began by asking us to reject the cult of celebrity that causes great confusion and disunity in our lives. How do we escape from this confusion?
Jean Ko Din of The Catholic Register writes,
Everyone needs spiritual direction at some point in their life, said Sr. Mechtilde O’Mara.
So during the Lenten season, Faith Connections is organizing “a busy’s person’s retreat” called Lenten Listening. The retreat is a six-week program that provides young adults in the Archdiocese of Toronto the opportunity to meet with a spiritual companion to accompany them along their Lenten journey.
Nathanael Francis Nicholas-Schmidt was born on Monday November 24th, weighing 7lbs 11ozs.
Thank you for all your prayers and well wishes,
Vanessa, Michael, Liam, and Nate
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