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Message of Archbishop Leo on Devotion to the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus
  Message of His Grace Most Reverend Francis Leo Metropolitan Archbishop of Toronto on Devotion to the...
Youth Ministers
And that's a Wrap! Youth Ministers Review and Reflect on Pastoral Ministry Season
On Thursday, June 20, youth ministers from across the Archdiocese of Toronto came together to take a look...
Archbishop Leo Visits Sacre-Coeur Parish
Archbishop Leo Visits Sacre-Coeur Parish
On Sunday, June 9, 2024, the Most Reverend Francis Leo, Metropolitan Archbishop of Toronto visited Sacré-Coeur...
2024 Grads Gather for Year End Mass
2024 Grads Gather for Year End Mass
Earlier this spring, graduating students from eight universities and colleges across the Archdiocese of Toronto gathered at St...
Archbishop Francis Leo
Archbishop Leo Writes to Members of Parliament Regarding Bill S-210
On Wednesday, June 12, 2024, the Most Reverend Francis Leo, Metropolitan Archbishop of Toronto wrote to Members of...
Fr. Michael Brehl
Toronto-Born Redemptorist Priest Appointed Bishop of Diocese of Pembroke
On Tuesday, June 11, 2024 His Holiness Pope Francis announced the appointment of Toronto-born Fr. Michael Brehl...

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VIDEO DEL MESE: "CI VUOLE UMILTÀ"
Cari amici: vi invitiamo a vedere il 'Video del mese di giugno' del Cardinale Angelo Comastri che s'intitola, "Ci vuole umiltà per entrare in paradiso".
CLICCA QUI PER ACCEDERE AL VIDEO DEL CARDINALE COMASTRI (►10,36)
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JUNE VIDPICK: "SOLEMNITY OF CORPUS CHRISTI"
In this 'Encountering the Word' video for the Solemnity of Corpus Christi, Jeff Cavins shows how the Sunday Readings in the Old and New Testaments recount the blood covenants that God entered with Israel, through Moses, and then with humanity, through Christ.
JEFF CAVINS' REFLECTION ON THE SOLEMNITY OF CORPUS CHRISTI (►5:19)