“Witnessing to the Gospel in Word and Deed”
Francophone Chaplains Gathering – October 12th, 2012 Université Trois-Rivières
This coming October, the Canadian Catholic Student Association will be hosting their national student conference in London ON, co-hosted by King’s University College and Brescia University College. The theme for this year’s conference is, “Witnessing to the Gospel in Word and Deed”. Our organization team is extremely excited to have Bishop William McGrattan, the auxiliary bishop for the central region of the Toronto Diocese, as our key note speaker and celebrant for the Thursday evening opening Mass. Don’t miss out on this wonderful opportunity to grow in your faith and meet other Catholic university students from across Canada.
To find out more about registration and our planned schedule for the weekend, please click here!
2012 CCSA National Student Conference
From May 18th to 25th, the National Coordinator made a trip through Quebec visiting the Campus Ministers at: Montreal Newman Center, Concordia University, Université du Québec à Montréal, Université Trois-Rivières and Université Laval. The purpose of the visit was to become more familiar with the campus ministry situation in Québec and try to nurture greater […]
2012 Catholic Students Week
“Witnessing to the Gospel in Word and Deed” October 25th – 28th Key note Speaker: Most Reverend William McGrattan Auxiliary Bishop of Toronto – Central Region Workshops: 1. Witnessing to the Gospel on a Secular Campus and Multi-Faith Environment 2. Witness and Christian Spirituality 3. Christian Witness and Catholic Social Teaching 4. Sacred Scripture and […]
A Snapshot of Campus Ministry in Canada
Prayer 2012 “Love is the light – and in the end, the only light – that can always illuminate a world grown dim and give us the courage needed to keep living and working.” Pope Benedict XVI, Deus Carita Est. 2012 – February 4th – 12th This past February, Catholic university students from across Canada […]
The Canadian Catholic Campus Ministry (CCCM) releases its first ever Status Report on Catholic Campus Ministry in Canada. Universities are recognized as producing leaders of our society. During this time when young people are forming their adult identities and values, academic studies and campus life can feel far removed from their faith, or at worse […]