Great disaster at Naze – Boarding-school partly destroyed by a terrible typhoon

On Sunday, the feast of St. Michael, a terrible typhoon shook Naze, causing great damage especially to our boarding-school. Let me first tell you that we are all safe and sound. How can we ever thank Divine Providence for the visible protection shown us. It is true that the damages amount to 3,000 yen, but, after all, what is that compared to the loss of lives, and there were none.

Mission Exhibit held in Springfield

By an anonymous person   An important Mission Exhibit, the first in the Diocese, was held in the Springfield auditorium, under the auspices of His Excellency Most Reverend Thomas M. O'Leary, Bishop of Springfield, from October 15th to 19th last. In response to...

Cultivating dignity in Haiti

Interview with Sylvie Ouellet by Marie-Eve Homier Violent political unrest, a powerful tropical storm, disastrous floods... Many days of mourning have brought sadness to Haiti's bicentennial year. Although some foreign countries generously responded to its distress...

Spring 2019 Magazine

A choice – To move on

On certain roads, roundabouts are built to reducespeed; they allow U-turns and drivers to choose the direction they need to take.

In Focus

From mountains to the jungle

The luggage agent carefully opened Sister Rosario’s suitcase as she tried to explain that there was nothing dangerous inside.


A Madelinot Fisherman and His Captain
– André Gadbois
Japan, a Country to Discover
– Ghislaine Parent, m.i.c.
Class of Its Own

– Suzanne Lachapelle
The Fantasies of God in Délia’s Life

– Suzanne Labelle, m.i.c.
From Mountains to the Jungle (Part 2)
– Audrey Charland
An Incredibla Journey – An Amazing Grace

– Cecilia Hong, m.i.c.
From Breadwinner to Religious Life
– Melanie B. Delfin, m.i.c.
Head Into the Unknown…to Move Forward
– Éric Desautels
Souvenirs of Africa

– Doris Twyman, m.i.c.

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