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Five ways of living Laudato Si’ during the pandemic

May 20, 2020
Luke Stocking

On the fifth anniversary of the landmark encyclical, Development and Peace’s deputy director of animation for Atlantic and Central Canada offers everyday ideas for living its precepts.

For “a renewed and reconciled unity”

The Our Lady of Guadalupe Circle releases a reflection on the COVID-19 pandemic, calling for solidarity with Indigenous peoples and new thinking on recovery from the crisis.


“I was physically, intellectually and spiritually nourished….”

April 24, 2020
Emily Pittman, Catholic Schools Program Officer

The COVID-19 lockdown meant that our annual THINKfast had to become a “link fast,” with people of all age groups connecting for online fasting, fundraising and fun.

Maritime musings on Easter

April 9, 2020
Adah Ogbe, animator for the Maritimes
St. Mary's Cathedral Basilica, Halifax, N.S.

The diocesan councils of Nova Scotia, anglophone New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island share their reflections on the paschal feast and what it impels Christians to do.

Post-colonial lesson plans for our common home

March 4, 2020
Louise Bitz

Development and Peace’s Catholic Schools Programs Officer recounts why and how she created lesson plans aimed at deepening relationships in our common home.

What is social justice and how to pursue it?

February 20, 2020
Minaz Kerawala, Communications and Public Relations Advisor

On the World Day of Social Justice, Development and Peace staff and members share their reflections on the significance of the term.

Pope Francis exhorts humankind to preserve the Amazon rainforest

The latest apostolic exhortation calls for the creation of a more socially, economically and ecologically just world.


Community radio station supported by Development and Peace - Caritas Canada attacked in Les Cayes, Haiti

June 27, 2019

The popular community radio station, Vwa Peyizan Sid (VPS), based in...

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