We'll keep you informed about upcoming faith-based events and retreats for young adults around the Greater Toronto Area!
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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: Fr. John McCarthy SJ, Ecologist.
The Catholic Register writes,
"Faith Connections envisions the city as a living Stations of the Cross.
"The organization, an arm of the Sisters of St. Joseph’s Fontbonne Ministries that conducts ministries directed at young adults, has developed an event that relates everyday issues of urban society with the Stations. It’s called the Urban Way of the Cross, a Lenten event held this year on April 5 that requires participants to interact with the street life of downtown Toronto.
"Now in its second year, Urban Way of the Cross is part of the St. Joseph sisters’ Hike and Prayer series which combines physical and spiritual activity."
Read the rest of this article here.
"Toronto’s next municipal election happens this fall, but voter turnout is typically low among eligible youth.
"So [Faith Connections] is hosting a night of politics and religion over drinks on March 24. The event will bring in city councillor Joe Mihevc to speak to Catholic young adults about faith and civic engagement."
Click here to read the article.
Today is the Feast of St. Joseph, and we invite you to join us in celebrating his feast.
In this post, two Sisters of St. Joseph share their connection to Joseph.
Click here to read our previous blog posts.
Franciscan prayer incorporates distinctive elements and themes. This form of prayer is a free-flowing, spontaneous, informal praising and loving dialogue with God. It uses the five senses to appreciate all that we see, hear, smell and taste in our lives at work, study and rest.
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