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Subject Area: Youth

Creating safe environments for the young and the vulnerable

Every Jesuit priest, upon making final vows, makes a special promise to exercise special care “for the formation of children and unlettered persons.” St. Ignatius believed that in the context of more “exciting” and “rewarding” ministries such as preaching, secondary and university education, spiritual accompaniment, and direct concern for the young and the vulnerable (which …

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A Journey of Hope – A Day of Reflection

$50.00 Suggested Offering A Day of Reflection for Catholic Parents of Young Adults with Mental Health Issues.   Facilitated by Sr. Mary Rowell, csj. Includes schedule for day, break and lunch. To register contact Mike Hyland at 647-296-2499 or

A silent Ignatian retreat for young professionals (ages 19 – 39)

Young professionals are students and working adults, generally under the age of 40, who are living in the midst of the world, and who seek to know God in a deeper way, to experience the love and healing of Christ, and receive help discerning God’s path for their lives.

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