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Coast to Coast: June 28 to July 4, 2014

July 5, 2014
Here's what's been going on across the country:
The Archdiocese of Toronto will be home to the country's first Catholic funeral home (officially, that is. There are several small funeral homes across the country run by Catholic families)
In Saskatoon, the diocese is sending its married couples on a date. It's part of an annual initiative aptly  called "Date Date"
A group of students from Edmonton have invited Pope Francis to visit their city. Chances that he will accept are slim, but he did send a reply.
and in Vancouver, the summer institute will hold a day of classes in August. One of the presenters is Dr. Donna Orsuto, co-founder of the Lay Centre in Rome. Details here.
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