Evangelization Summit   –  Saturday, 26 September:  A lot has changed in the last 6 months- and we as a Church have had to learn how to respond.  But have we done enough? Is there more for us to do? As the world begins to open up again, what new opportunities are there for sharing the Good News of Jesus with all the world?  On Saturday September 26 from 12 – 3pm EDT, we are hosting a FREE, LIVE virtual conference for Catholics, tackling the topic Crisis & Opportunity: How to Evangelize In Uncertain Times.  To answer this question, you’ll be hearing from:  George Weigel, Mary Healy, Michele Thompson, and Jon Bielawski.  And you’ll be hearing from people who have creatively responded to the call to mission during these uncertain times we are moving through.  To grab your free ticket, just click this link:

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“Samaritanus bonus”  Doctrine of the Faith Statement from the Vatican on Euthanasia

National Catholic Health Care Week 2020 (October 4 to October 10): This week we celebrate the inspiring work of Catholic health care organizations. At the heart of Catholic health care is a deep respect for the intrinsic value and dignity of every human being and an unwavering commitment to serving all people, from all backgrounds and faiths—especially society’s most vulnerable. 

Called to Serve – New episode ( ) profiles Sister Costanza Romano, C.S.J.:  Everyone has a story. In this series “Called to Serve” we profile various people who God has called to serve the Church and highlight their journey of discernment and faith in their lives.  Sr. Costanza shares her own journey of hearing the Lord call her to serve as a Sister, and she explains the promises she made of poverty, chastity and obedience.  She also talks about the beautiful history of the Sisters of St. Joseph who have served the Diocese of Sault Ste. Marie since 1936.    Visit:  for more stories in this series of Called to Serve

Pro-Cathedral Photo Project – we invite you to share your pictures of the Cathedral, past clergy, weddings, baptisms, inside or outside pictures, etc.  CLICK HERE for more information.  Please be sure to include details on the who/where/why!  Here is the link to submit your photos –  CLICK HERE

Stories of Hope and Faith  –  Be a part of this inspirational Booklet!

Keeping you informed. From the World Medical Journal: The “Normalization” of Euthanasia in Canada: The Cautionary Tale Continues  READ ARTICLE