Ignatian Retreat Evaluation

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The Youth and Young Adult Ministry Office of the Archdiocese of Vancouver along with the Jesuit Scholastics, John O’Brien, S.J. and Sylvester Tan, S.J. would appreciate any feedback you can provide from the Ignatian Retreat for Young Adults that took place on May 30/31 at Christ the Redeemer Parish.

Safe Environment Manual

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Click here to download full manual. Manual Cover click here  Table of Contents  click here    Section 1: From the Archbishop Letters to the faithful – December 2009 click here  Letter to the faithful – May 2012 click here  Safe Environment Policy (Archdiocese of Vancouver and Parish Employees) click here  … Read more »

Faith Formation Resources for Men

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For those interested in great faith formation resources for men and men’s groups, here are some options we recommend: Crossing the Goal – series of DVDs on various topics Larry Richards – various books and DVDs Catholicism – acclaimed 10-session video series by Fr. Robert Barron Discipleship Series – simple to use small group books… Read more »

Retreat for those who Minister to Migrants and Refugees

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Click here to download poster.   ———————————————————————————————— Theme: Welcoming Christ in the Migrant Date: Saturday, June 6, 2015 Location: Our Lady of Sorrows Parish, 555 Slocan Street, Vancouver Retreat Director: Father Richard Zanotti Time: 9 am to 1 pm Cost: Free ————————————————————————————————     “You give them something to eat”… Read more »

National Week for Life and the Family

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The National Week for Life and the Family is an initiative of the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops. The theme for this year is “We’re All Connected” and deals with assisted suicide. This year’s resources were prepared by the Archdiocese of Vancouver.         Resources Canadian Conference of Catholic… Read more »

Contact Safe Environment

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The Archbishop has charged the Safe Environment Office with ensuring that all adults who are clergy, religious, employees, or volunteers in the Archdiocese see themselves as role models who are called to treat each minor and vulnerable adult with respect and care. The Office provides training materials, guidance, and coordination… Read more »