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The Vancouver Winter Olympics: Clayton on Location!

February 19, 2010
As of today, we are on Day 8 of the Vancouver Winter Olympics.  I know we’re all excited about our amazing athletes and all the medals we’re winning, but how about the Catholics ministering to the public at large in Vancouver right now?
ClaybioGo to www.claytonimoo.com and you’ll meet Clayton Imoo, Director of Youth Ministry for the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Vancouver.  He has been posting daily video blog updates about what’s going on in Vancouver right now.  He’s not only blogging and recording himself, but he’s also involved in the Catholic Hospitality Centre, open 10 hours a day in the downtown core.  It’s a place open to everyone to hang out, grab a coffee, find out about faith, and read the prayer wall.  It’s a joint project between the youth ministry and young adults ministry, as well as the Catholic Women’s League and the Knights of Columbus.
Sometimes, Clayton has his little kids reporting for him!  Visit www.claytonimoo.com to enjoy his blog and daily video updates
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