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Ministries

Camp Lac Simon

Fondé par le père Jacques Beaupré, S.J. et les Fils de la Charité de Pointe-Saint-Charles, le camp a pour mission d’offrir à des jeunes de milieux défavorisés la possibilité de vivre une expérience de camp loin des pressions de la ville. Il offre aux étudiants du collège Jean-de-Brébeuf l’occasion de vivre l’expérience du don, du service, du partage, de la fraternité et de l’ouverture vers l’autre.

Bibliothèque de théologie

Des années trente à nos jours, la bibliothèque a pris une grande extension. Elle compte aujourd’hui près de 200 000 volumes.

Indigenous Ministries

For over 165 years, Canadian Jesuits have been living and working continuously with the Ojibway, Odawa, and Potawatomi Nations mostly in Northern Ontario around Manitoulin Island and Thunder Bay.

Carrefour d’action interculturelle

Notre rôle est d’offrir un accueil chaleureux et attentif aux personnes qui font l’expérience d’une vie nouvelle, dans un contexte social, laïque, économique, culturel, alimentaire, climatique … dépaysant.

Jesuit Refugee Service Canada

JRS seeks to accompany, serve, and advocate the cause of refugees and other forcibly displaced people, that they may heal, learn and determine their own future.

Memorial University Campus Ministry

Memorial University hosts Chaplains from number of faith groups who are here to students of any faith thrive, providing someone to talk to and spiritual development of growth.

Daniel leBlond

Led by his interest in art history and aesthetics, he also studied at the École du Louvre in Paris in 1982 and undertook a research project in philosophy on the theme of symbols at the Université de Montréal in 1988.  Eventually moving towards aesthetic theology, his exploration of Hans Urs Van Balthazar’s work “Aesthetic aspects of revelation” earned him a Master’s degree in 1991.  Upon graduation, an internship opportunity took the artist to Egypt, where he immersed himself in Egyptian culture and art.

University of British Columbia Campus Ministry

UBC Campus Ministry provides a safe environment for students who wish to further their spiritual journey. Confidential spiritual and personal counselling are available, as well as the opportunity to discuss faith issues in various discussion forums. Students do not have to be Roman Catholic to use the services of the Campus Ministry and to attend their events.

Martyrs’ Shrine

The Martyrs’ Shrine is the National Shrine to the Canadian Martyrs. The Shrine honours the eight Jesuit Saints who lived, worked, and died here over 350 years ago.

Chapelle des jésuites

The community therefore has different missions, firstly to be a place of formation for the confreres who are studying. As a community we have pastoral responsibility for the chapel for which we have responsibility. To do this, the community invites you to come and pray with us on Sundays from September to June. The chapel will open will be open from 4.30 p.m. and the Eucharistic celebration will begin.