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November 2020

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26 November, 14 h 00 min - 16 h 00 min

Second event of a webinar series to explore aspects of a Just Recovery and the role of Catholic religious communities in that process. How can we build bridges towards social and ecological justice so necessary for Canada?

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December 2020

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2 December, 9 h 00 min - 11 h 00 min

Webinar "Being superior general in times of pandemic: Leadership in religious communities at the time of COVID-19" organized by UISG/USG Health Commission. The webinar will be in English, French, Spanish and Italian with simultaneous translation. Soon more details!

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3 December, 14 h 00 min - 16 h 00 min

The recent pandemic has turned our daily lives upside down. Confinement and social distancing measures have impacted community relations. In that context, most religious communities have been led to use or find new means of communication in order to break down the isolation and stay in touch. This webinar will be aimed at encouraging an exchange about the field of communication among leaders in order to identify the communication models existing in their congregation and the awareness that the pandemic has fostered.

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April 2021

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25 April 2021, 16 h 00 min - 28 April 2021, 11 h 30 min

Our Association’s mandate is to encourage and foster a culture of vocation among all Catholics across Canada by helping each person to recognize and realize their unique call from God to their own special way of living in this world.

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May 2021

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27 May 2021, 0 h 00 min - 28 May 2021, 0 h 00 min

The CRC’s General Assembly is an opportunity for the leaders of Catholic religious congregations of women and men religious in Canada to meet and share their experience, to reflect on important issues and to celebrate together. The chosen theme of the 33rd edition is: “A Present Hope: Reading the Signs of the Times” It will be developped by Fr. Ronald Rolheiser, OMI.

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