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Coast to Coast: November 22 to 28, 2014

November 29, 2014
Here are some stories from across the Canadian Church this week:
Ever wonder what its like to live in a place with no permanent priest? One community in La Ronge, Saskatchewan knows exactly what that feels like. One sister offers her presence as a means of spiritual support to the community.
You may have heard about the new campaign from Development & Peace, Sow much love, in your parish recently. For one woman that campaign caused her to take a long look at the role her employer, Monsanto, plays in the food and farming industry.
and in Vancouver:  what happens when two drama teachers join forces to give wayward students something to do and role models to look up to?
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