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Living the Gospel Through ShareLife
The weekend of Sunday, March 27 is the first ShareLife parish special collection of 2022. ShareLife is one of the principal ways that the Archdiocese of Toronto lives by the Gospel by helping our neighbours in need. Below, Arthur Peters...
Remember a Gift for ShareLife This Christmas
As we enter a new stage of the pandemic, we may feel tempted to despair. But Advent is a season of hope – a hope that invites the Lord to transform our hearts and, through us, our communities. We can...
Your Community Needs ShareLife More than Ever
Sadly, we know that many members of our community are suffering greatly during the COVID-19 pandemic. Sickness, lockdowns and layoffs have led to more anxiety, despair, addiction and abuse around the world.
Luckily, you can help by supporting ShareLife...
ShareLife Has a Fresh New Website
ShareLife-funded agencies do amazing work in our communities. Thanks to ShareLife:
288 seniors receive excellent long-term care at Providence Healthcare and 11,000 other seniors get access to other assistance programs each year
208 vulnerable young people get...
ShareMusic: Thursday, June 25 at 8 p.m.
Many talented musicians from across the Archdiocese of Toronto will be performing in a Facebook Live event on Thursday evening, June 25. The evening is hosted by Fr. Matthew McCarthy, Associate Pastor, St. Michael’s Cathedral Basilica.
ShareLife Agencies Need Your Support During COVID-19
ShareLife Week (May 10-15, 2020) is an excellent time to reflect on how the vulnerable members of our community need support more than ever during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Sadly, we know that thousands of people have lost their...
Cardinal Collins statement regarding Development & Peace funding
Since 1967, the Catholic bishops of Canada have entrusted the Canadian Catholic Organization for Development & Peace (CCODP) with the mandate of working in developing countries to support projects that reflect the social justice mission of the Catholic Church. We...