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Responsible Approaches to the News

Newman Centre Catholic Chaplaincy 89 George Street, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Join us for this free panel discussion on the proper role of news in a democratic society and what might be the proper approaches to and consumption of news.


Effective Participation in Political Parties

Newman Centre Catholic Chaplaincy 89 George Street, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Catholic Conscience and the Newman Centre at the University of Toronto are presenting a panel discussion on effective participation in politics and political parties.

Join us as members of each of the major political parties will help us understand the proper roles and purposes of political parties.



St. Gregory's Parish Hall 122 Rathburn Road, Etobicoke, ON, Canada

2019 FEDERAL ELECTION: WHY VOTE? How to discern your vote thoughtfully. Presented in partnership with St. Gregory's Catholic Women’s League


Downtown Candidates Meet & Greet

St Peter's Church 830 Bathurst Street, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

As a follow-up to the Archdiocesan all-parties’ debate on October 3, candidates from the three major downtown ridings of Fort-York – Spadina, University – Rosedale, and Toronto Centre have been invited to meet and speak with voters from a number of parishes in each of their ridings.

Webinar: Pick Your Politican


Learn about the enormous political impact you can have when you buy a party membership and vote in your local candidate nomination process.


Webinar: Voting Like A Catholic


Learn how to vote like a Catholic by discerning your conscience, and addressing common myths about Church teaching on voting.


Resisting Throwaway Culture

A conversation about how Catholics can transcend the left-right political divide and build a political culture of encounter and hospitality Ours is a "throwaway culture", in the words of Pope Francis—one in which the vulnerable are too-often discarded like trash.


The Beauty of Creation: Green Thomism

Professor Christopher Thompson of the Saint Paul Seminary School of Divinity explores his new idea of Green Thomism, which "seeks to integrate the wisdom of St. Thomas Aquinas with the questions of environmental stewardship, sustainability, and awareness... interprets the signs

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