Food and Faith

Alessia Domanico writes on the Salt + Light Blog, "Creamy risotto paired with a stuffed Ontario turkey marinated in herbs and cooked to a tender and succulent state. The meal is accompanied with a crisp Riesling from an award winning Niagara winery complimented with a fennel and olive salad. Now that I have your attention (and appetite), the menu I’m so vividly describing does not  belong to some five-star downtown bistro. These delicious plates were served up at the most recent Eat Pray Share program put on by the Fontbonne Ministries of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Toronto."

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Creative ways to make time for God

The Catholic Register writes, "Recognizing God’s presence in creation by exploring nature is another way that youth can fit God into their daily routine. 

"Faith Connections, a ministry for young adults run by the Sisters of St. Joseph of Toronto, holds a Hike and Prayer series that allows young people to find God through physical and spiritual activity. It provides youth with the opportunity to get away from the noise of society and to reflect, just like getting into nature on your own.