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Coast to Coast: November 8 to 14, 2014

November 15, 2014
In Toronto, different religious groups are working together by opening their place of worship on winter nights to keep the city's homeless out of the cold.
In Saskatoon, Bishop Don Bolen is calling on Catholics to get better informed about the cases of missing aboriginal women in the province and the country, and pray for families whose sisters and daughters are missing.
In Edmonton, Fr. Leo Hoffman offers tips and suggestions on dealing with people who are grieving.
And in Vancouver, the archdiocese is preparing to move into a new chancery building, complete with custom artwork.
The next edition of Coast to Coast will be published on November 29, 2014.

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