To Do a little Good
December 1, 2016
Advent and Christmas are such busy, busy seasons. Everyone is rushed and stressed. Small tasks seem daunting and, for many of us, life`s challenges feel insurmountable. All the more reason to stop, to rest and to take another look at who I am and what I am called to do.

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Social Justice Orientation Sessions
November 30, 2016
We have held several Systemic Change - Social Justice orientation sessions over the past year targeted at helping conference and council social justice reps and members become more effective. We are now scheduling sessions for fall - winter 2016-17.
Contact us at systemicchange@ssvp.on.ca
We could schedule one for your group.
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ADVOCACY
- Moving in the right direction!
October 12, 2016
Have you visited the Social Justice pages recently?
Here you will find plenty of resources, information on what is happening, how you can get involved

see there

The Winter Edition of the Vincentimes
November 16, 2016
In this issue :
  • Come Visit and Be Fed
  • The New ONRC Executive Committee!
  • Serving the hungry in London
  • Calling All Soup Kitchens
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    Society of Saint Vincent de Paul Feast Day Celebration
    September 24, 2016
    hosted by St. Mary's Conference, Lindsay
    October 22, 2016
    About 100 SSVP members gathered together to celebrate the feast day of our patron, Saint Vincent de Paul
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    Moving Forward from the ashes in Fort McMurray
    October 19, 2016
    Canadians were shocked to see the devastating images and the accompanying evacuation orders for the residents of Fort McMurray in the first week of May. They responded as best they could with donations and prayers.(read more)
    The museum of discards
    October 10, 2016
    I wanted to share a story with you from Ottawa Citizen:
    The museum of discards: Why people line up outside this Wellington thrift store in the early hours.
    On Friday, a dozen people lined up outside St. Vincent de Paul thrift store on Wellington Street prior to its 9 am opening
    Jean Noël
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