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Elder Abuse Resource and Supports Ministry honoured at Inspiration Award

  • 8 November 2016
  • Author: Martin Nguyen
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Elder Abuse Resource and Supports Ministry honoured at Inspiration Award

The award, for Leadership in Prevention of Elder Abuse, was handed out for the first time, and was created in honour of November being the 30th anniversary for Family Violence Prevention Month.

One year later, CEO reflects on Syrian settlement

  • 7 November 2016
  • Author: Martin Nguyen
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One year later, CEO reflects on Syrian settlement

Our CEO Stephen Carattini sat down with Jeff Lewis from the Globe and Mail, to reflect on our Agency’s overall experience welcoming these refugees to Alberta since December 2015.

Supper brings Wainwright together for Hope

  • 7 November 2016
  • Author: Martin Nguyen
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Supper brings Wainwright together for Hope

Held at Blessed Sacrament Church, the event is a yearly fundraiser in support of our Agency’s Fall Sign of Hope campaign.

The Creator and Creation

For some Christians, an incongruity is apparent between the modern explorations, discoveries and lessons of science on the one hand, and some of the tenets of our Faith tradition on the other (evolution set against literal creationism).

22 Days of Hope: Day 22

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22 Days of Hope: Day 22

In the 1500s, St. Peter Claver spent most of his life in Colombia welcoming people who were brought to that country in the horrific slave trade. St. Claver often took a small boat out to greet these, his fellow human beings, with food, water, and clothing while they were still chained on their ships. He would also spend time visiting leprosy patients in hospitals, and visiting prisoners. His message to all of these people was simple: You matter.

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