Jed de los Reyes writes in The Catholic Register, "About 25 young adults took to the streets during Nuit Blanche, Toronto’s yearly all-night art festival, to explore the spiritual connections behind the exhibits...."
"As with all art, many questions were raised following each viewing. When we interact with the world, how does it respond? What are the new possibilities available to the world that could further God’s plan? What new responsibilities come with this new empowerment? Every participant left feeling a little more thoughtful than they were when they arrived, but everyone took away very different personal messages, as the exhibits were bound to do."
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A couple of good friends and I felt it would be a great ‘once in a lifetime’ opportunity to experience World Youth Day in Madrid. Hearing that a religious order called the Institute of the Incarnate Word (IVE for short) was offering a World Youth Day pilgrimage travelling to Portugal, France, and Spain for a month, we eagerly signed up. During our stay, our group of about 300 which included youth, many sisters, brothers, and priests indeed lived the pilgrim life.
Hector Acero writes on the Regis College Friends in the Lord blog:
"Recently, I had the wonderful opportunity to participate in a Seder Meal organized as a part of the Faith Connections initiative of the Sisters of Saint Joseph of Toronto. One of the Sisters, having lived within Jewish communities and therefore experienced first hand the Jewish hospitality and way of life, opened the doors of her house to a small group of young-adults, and volunteered to recreate the Seder Meal as a respectful formative experience."
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The Lord's Prayer appears in Matthew 6 & Luke 11.
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