“The Jesuits of Canada express our deep condolences to Ms. Echaquan’s family and community. We also express our solidarity with Indigenous Peoples’ frustration that systemic bias and discrimination against Indigenous Peoples in Canada continues to be widespread.”
Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ,
On behalf of the Our Lady of Guadalupe Circle, we would like to invite you and your community to take part in Orange Shirt Day on Wednesday, September 30th, 2020.
Orange Shirt Day was started in 2013 as a community action for reconcilitation to commemorate the […]
Today, as we prepare to celebrate National Indigenous Peoples Day in Canada on 21 June 2020, the Our Lady of Guadalupe Circle is encouraging the Federal Government to reclaim the cooperative moment of breakthrough in the negotiations with the Wet’suwet’en Hereditary Chiefs. The Circle calls to attention the need for […]
Easter greetings! As co-chairs of Our Lady of Guadalupe Circle we would like to offer a few reflections on how, in this period marked by COVID-19, we may be faithful and vigilant in our efforts of renewing and fostering relationships between the Catholic Church and Indigenous Peoples in […]