The editorial team, who gathered to reflect on the contents of the summer magazine, was thrilled when one member proposed amajor topic: Drawing on one’s roots. Immediately, the ideas took shape, and everyone felt affected in different ways.
Natalie Wong – One of the winners of the essay contest organized by Missionary Press in M.I.C. high schools
For as long as I can remember, my family has had a large round table, around which we gathered for dinner every day. At that time, my parents weren’t very busy with work, and neither was I...
The Strength of the Roots
–Marie-Paule Sanfaçon, m.i.c.
From the State of the Tree’s Roots to New Growth
Drawing on One’s Roots. Why? How?
Living Your Faith... A Promise for the Future!
–Marie Nadia Noël, m.i.c.
Drawing on the Roots of the Gospels to Apologize
Because You Are Precious in My Sight, and I Love You
On the Road to Autonomy, Thanks to Solidarity
–Monique Fortier, m.i.c.
Changes in Priorities
–Doris Twyman, m.i.c.
A Matter of Choice
–Suzanne Morneau, m.i.c.
A Family with Strong Connections
With You, O Lord
–Léonie Therrien, m.i.c
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