A special two-hour conversation with Archbishop Donald Bolen of Regina, Saskatchewan, and three members of Canada’s Indigenous Delegation: Joanna Landry (First Nations), Gary Gagnon (Métis), and William Angalik (Inuit) is scheduled for June 6 from 7 – 9 pm Eastern / 6 – 8 pm Central / 5 – 7 […]
Canada’s Catholic Bishops establish new registered charity to support healing and reconciliation initiatives
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Canada’s Catholic Bishops have agreed to establish a new registered charity to support and advance healing and reconciliation initiatives. The charity is expected to manage the Indigenous Reconciliation Fund, which will accept contributions from 73 dioceses across Canada in order to fulfill […]
The theme for this year’s Dinner is A Journey Toward Healing and Reconciliation. This journey is particularly relevant to Catholics across Canada. This engaging 60-minute program includes discussion about that journey and how we can all work toward a better future for residential school survivors, their families and all […]
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Our Lady of Guadalupe Circle appreciates the government’s action in introducing a bill to include the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP) in Canadian law. […]
Open Letter to All Canadians: As the members of the Our Lady of Guadalupe Circle, we welcome with gratitude UN Resolution 71/178 which, at the request of the Permanent Forum on Indigenous Rights, proclaimed 2019 the Year of Indigenous Languages. This is an important step in the process of affirming […]