Interpreting the statistics of consecrated life in Canada
In 2021, the CRC conducted a statistical survey on consecrated life in Canada. The results of this survey, available on the CRC website, were presented at the 2021 General Assembly. In order to pursue this reflection on the statistical results, we are pleased to organize a webinar that will address the possibilities of interpretation of these results, as well as the questions and challenges that they raise.
This national webinar aims to:
- Explore possible interpretations of the statistical study results;
- Provide a space for CRC members and their leadership teams to reflect on issues related to these interpretations;
- connect these reflections to the process initiated at the last General Assembly and to the journey made since then;
- fuel the work of the CRC staff in anticipation of the upcoming programming and the 2023 General Assembly.
As part of this process, the CRC is pleased to collaborate with Sister Virginie Lecourt, Xavière. A demographer by training, Sister Virginie is currently working at the Université de Montréal on research ethics and responsible research conduct. She is also a lecturer at HEC Montréal for courses in ethics.
After a brief contextualization of the webinar’s objectives, Sister Virginie Lecourt will propose interpretations along several insights.
Afterwards, participants will be invited to discuss in sub-groups around two questions arising from the insights presented.
A plenary session will conclude this webinar.
In addition, we invite you to read or re-read the results of the CRC’s 2020 statistical study by clicking on the button below.
- Members of the CRC
- Leadership teams
- Any consecrated person interested
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