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Volunteers in Fontbonne Ministries are at the heart of our work – welcoming people at events, visiting people isolated in their homes, helping with children’s pottery classes, pitching in in whatever way is needed.
The official international development organization of the Catholic Church in Canada.
Seeks to sustain and extend the Catholic Faith in isolated, poor and hard-to-reach mission areas in Canada.
Unites churches and religious organizations in a faithful ecumenical response to the call to "do justice, and to love kindness and to walk humbly with your God".
Just by enjoying a cup of Colombian coffee you can help educate a child, provide job training for an adult, distribute food to the elderly, and offer spiritual guidance.
Helps more than 200,000 people in a number of program areas, including: children and youth, families at risk, women in need of shelter and abuse counselling, services for single and teen parents, the elderly and refugees.
Sends short-term (1-2 week) peacemaker delegations into crisis settings around the world. These delegations link communities experiencing violence with concerned individuals, churches and groups.
The National Evangelization Teams evangelize to over 28,000 youth every year in churches, schools, dioceses, and school boards across Canada and Ireland.
Provides information to Canadian citizens who wish to offer their time and talents to mission organizations in Canada and abroad.
Contributes to the life and vitality of the church, family and community, by encouraging its members to work both in the parish and in the community.
The world's largest Catholic fraternal service organization, dedicated to the principles of Charity, Unity, Fraternity, and Patriotism.
Resources to help you grow in your faith.
A great opportunity for young Catholic adults to meet in a comfortable setting to explore our faith and how it affects our lives.
A ten-week course which provides an opportunity to explore the meaning of life in a relaxed, friendly setting.
Scarboro Missions has prepared a number of free interfaith curricula and useful educational resources. These resources address a broad range of issues including education, social justice, ecology, peace-building, conflict-resolution, spirituality, diversity and global consciousness.
An online resource library for the best in Catholic faith and culture, featuring the latest articles from outstanding writers and journalists around the world. Offering the facts in context, proclaiming the Church in the world, and serving the faith through education.
Faith-based media and news organizations.
Canada's oldest English Catholic weekly newspaper traces its roots back more than 170 years, and is owned by the Archdiocese of Toronto.
A not-for-profit organization whose goal is to use modern media in its many forms as a tool to connect Catholics to their faith.
Transmits religious programming of Catholic origin via radio, with the main goal to promote the Gospel message of joy and hope for the good of the whole family.
Provides the public with a Catholic evaluation of feature films from a moral and artistic perspective.
An endeavor to call upon youth and young adults to use media and art to explore and share the faith.
Campus ministry and educational resources.
The representative voice of Catholic collegians, providing students with the necessary resources, network, and partners in order to aid in the formation of faith-filled Catholics.
Supporting Campus Ministry in promoting the mission of the Church in higher education, and uniting students who witness to the Gospel on campus.
A Catholic university student movement reaching future leaders today.
Help in discerning which vocation you are called to.
Find the mission, ministry, and contact info for dozens of religious orders, congregations, societies, and dioceses situated in Canada.
Aims to help those who are struggling in today's world, especially the poor, by walking with them and working to respond to unmet needs in our world.
Helps youth and young adults to discover their God given gifts and potential as signs of Christ’s presence in the world.
Encourages and helps in the discernment process of individuals who sense a call to Diocesan Priesthood, Consecrated Religious Life, and the Permanent Diaconate within the Archdiocese of Toronto.
Official Catholic Church resources.
The official blog from the Archdiocese of Toronto with news, photos and information on Catholic events and initiatives in the community.
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