#Repost @catholicmomsgroup ・・・ This upcoming Wednesday we warmly welcome you to hear @srmariepaul speak @ 7pm @ All Saints Catholic Moms Group in North Etobicoke 👩👧👦⛪️❤️🙏🏻
3 AWESOME EVENTS THIS WEEK!!! MAKE A MASTERPIECE OF YOUR LIFE _____🎶🎙🎺📽🎬📸📹💻📚📖✒🖌⚒🗿______ WED OCT 10th 7-9pm For Artists and appreciators of beauty! Sr. Marie-Paul will speak on St. John Paul II’s “Letter to Artists” and the universal call to make a masterpiece of our lives. ___________________________ THURS OCT 11th 10:30am-1:30pm, 7pm VISIT WITH THE AUTHOR MORNING DROP-IN & EVENING TALK See Yourself Through God’s Eyes. Learn how to grow in self-esteem and total confidence in God’s divine providence in our daily lives _________________________________ SAT OCT 13th After the 9am Mass, 9:30am @SrMariePaul will speak at Merciful Redeemer Parish in Mississauga about her book, See Yourself Through God’s Eyes. Learn how to grow in self-esteem and total confidence in God’s divine providence in our daily lives. #selfesteem #divineprovidence #growintrust #letgoletGod #MAKEaMasterpieceofyourlife #seeyourselfthroughGodseyes #PaulineAwesome #MediaNuns #Catholic #Artists #TorontoArtists #CatholicCreatives #StJPII #LettertoArtists #JohnPaulII
Blessed Feast of the Holy Rosary from Blessed Sacrament Parish in Toronto!
COUNTING DOWN THE DAYS UNTIL OUR NEWEST BOOK LAUNCH!! ☠Memento Mori Countdown☠ #MementoMori *If you pre-order through our publishing house @pauline_publishing you can receive 20%off the Lenten Devotional also and an awesome MM sticker all designed by our very own @danielleshabit!
@srpaulafsp with a weather and mission update! #ThenextKatieCuoric
St. John the Baptist, mission parish in Carcross, Yukon. #HolyPhotobomb #OurLadyoftheYukon #StJohnTheBaptist #PrayforUs
Our trip to the Yukon was proof for us of what we already knew to be true. That the beauty of our Canadian landscape is an outward sign of the eternal inner dignity found within it's inhabitants. __________________________________😍__________ That is why artists, the more conscious they are of their “gift”, are led all the more to see themselves and the whole of creation with eyes able to contemplate and give thanks, and to raise to God a hymn of praise. This is the only way for them to come to a full understanding of themselves, their vocation and their mission. Not all are called to be artists in the specific sense of the term. Yet, as Genesis has it, all men and women are entrusted with the task of crafting their own life: in a certain sense, they are to make of it a work of art, a masterpiece. St John Paul II, Letter to Artists
Fr. Slawek is from Poland so some young adults from the @scouts in #Poland contacted him to meetup while they were finishing off their section of the @bike_jamboree in Whitehorse. The wonderful ladies at Mary House cooked up a fine meal and we enjoyed each others company. Check out their project and learn more through the link below in the comments. _____________________________________ About the project Bike Jamboree is a scout, bicycle relay organized by the Polish Scouting and Guiding Association through Polish, scout foundation: Fundacja Światowe Jamboree (World Scout Jamboree Foundation) with its partners. It is an ambitious project aiming to present scouting as the unique movement involving young, extraordinary people. People who, regardless their nationality, culture, religion and outlook on life, can cooperate with each other. People who are open-minded, who don’t agree with inequalities and who are actively introducing positive changes in their local communities. By travelling around the world we want to show how powerful scouting is. Bike Jamboree is a relay through countries and continents that ends on the World Scout Jamborees – the biggest educational events organized by the World Scout Movement – giving the relay additional sense and meaning.
While on mission in the Yukon Territory, we stayed in the previous Madonna House which is now next door- Mary House. Trudy, from the Tesslin field house and Dawn, Beth and Maureen from the Whitehorse feild house were so gracious and treated us like family. They hosted our talk on Beauty and St. JPII's Letter to Artists at Mary House and friends filled the room. These woman and their enduring presence is so inspiring and a major gift to all the people of the Yukon. The people continuosly gushed about each of these beautiful women of God to us during our stay. _________________________________________ About The Madonna House Lay Apostolate: Madonna House Apostolate is a Catholic community of men, women and priests, dedicated to loving and serving Jesus Christ in all aspects of everyday life. Madonna House was founded in 1947, by Catherine & Eddie Doherty. We are a “Public Association of the Christian Faithful” within the Roman Catholic Church, under the bishop of the Diocese of Pembroke. Staff members of Madonna House come from all walks of life, from various countries and cultures, and have a wide variety of personalities and talents. They have in common a desire to serve God in a very humble way of life, as summarized in our Little Mandate. Our spirit is that of a family — modeled on the holy family of Nazareth, which was a community of perfect charity and love. Our main house, or Training Centre, is located in Combermere, Ontario, Canada. Madonna House also serves many areas throughout the world through our missionary field houses; we serve families through a summer program called Cana Colony, and we serve the general public through our newspaper, our publications, and our volunteer programs. Founded in 1947 by Catherine Doherty and her husband, Eddie Doherty, today the community has approximately 200 lay men, women, and priests, dedicated to loving and serving Christ through promises of poverty, chastity, and obedience. (And, in addition to our staff priests, there are approximately 100 associate priests, bishops and permanent deacons who strive to live the spirit of Madonna House in their home dioceses or wherever they are serving.)