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Complementarity in Christ’s Body: Husband with Wife, Married Vocation with Consecrated/Single Life

By Fr. Frederick Yonho Chung, Serra House / St. Augustine’s Seminary


Homily at Newman Centre Catholic Parish, University of Toronto
27th Sunday in Ordinary Time: B (October 4, 2015)

Catholic and Christian Physicians Gathering in Calgary


This June, medical students Carlyn Figueiredo and Kaspar Ng attended the joint conference of Canadian Federation of Catholic Physicians Societies (CFCPS) and Christian Medical and Dental Society (CMDS). They were supported by the Newman Foundation’s Catholic Leadership Formation Bursary.

Preparing for the Extraordinary in the Ordinary

In my teenage years one of my favourite movies was What a Girl Wants starring Amanda Bynes. A line that often stuck with me was, “Why are you trying so hard to fit in when you’re born to stand out?” This line returns to me from time to time especially when I look at what God is calling me to be and how I respond. 

Role of Conscience in Healthcare Professions

The Role of Conscience in Health Care
by Sr. Ann McGill fcJ 

On Friday evening April 17, 2015, approximately thirty people drawn mainly from the health care professions participated in a most engaging conversation at the Newman Centre with Dr. Bridget Campion, a Bioethicist and Researcher with the Canadian Catholic Bioethics Institute.

Only You, Lord

by Darren Pereira 


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