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  • Supporting the Holy Father’s apostolic journey of healing and reconciliation

    As the Church, it is our shared responsibility to facilitate this apostolic journey and the planning that it entails. There are many costs associated with the papal visit which are the direct responsibility of the Church, and we need your help to ensure the financial means that will further support this journey of our Holy Father in Canada towards healing and reconciliation with our Indigenous brothers and sisters.


    Published on 26 July 2022
  • The Plains of Abraham will have programming to focus on the Spirit of Reconciliation

    Pope Francis has chosen to meet with the people who will gather in Quebec City during his penitential pilgrimage here. The organizers of the papal visit have announced that a Popemobile tour of the Plains of Abraham will take place on the afternoon of July 27, in the midst of a large gathering on the theme of reconciliation...


    Published on 25 July 2022
  • A penitential pilgrimage

    Never before during his nearly decade-long pontificate has Pope Francis described any of his international trips as a "penitential pilgrimage." It is precisely this description, which the Pope used during the Angelus on Sunday, 17 July, that helps us understand the peculiarities of his upcoming journey to Canada. It is not primarily a visit to a country, nor one with the main purpose of meeting Catholic communities, but rather a concrete gesture of closeness to the indigenous peoples who inhabit that land and have suffered the consequences of colonialism.


    Published on 21 July 2022
  • Indigenous Reconciliation Fund Board of Directors Reports Progress on $30 Million National Fundraising Commitment

    The Indigenous Reconciliation Fund Board of Directors is pleased to announce that the Fund is officially accepting proposals and distributing funds for projects in support of healing and reconciliation. Projects are determined locally in consultation with First Nations, Métis and Inuit Peoples, and the first proposal received approval on July 15, 2022...


    Published on 19 July 2022

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