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Emilie Callan

Journaliste/Agente de liaison communautaire

Emilie Callan is a graduate of the University of Ottawa in Theatre and French Literature. Throughout her studies she became involved in the student movement, Catholic Christian Outreach (CCO), which is dedicated to the new evangelization on university campuses across Canada. Through this experience, she recognized the richness of the Church and the Catholic faith.

After leaving her bachelor’s degree, she became a lay missionary with the movement for three years in Quebec City. These years were formative in developing important leadership skills and in the education of faith among young people. Since September 2014, Emilie has embarked on a new mission with Salt and Light first as producer, and now as S+L’s official ambassador. She has hosted and produced Perspectives Daily in French and English, Catholic Focus episodes, Vatican Connections, as well as a number of other videos and promos.

Most recent blogs of Emilie Callan

Living in the newness of Easter
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Emilie Callan interviews the creators of ARISE, a brand new, free 50-day Easter devotional for women based on the words of Jesus: "Talitha, koum! Little girl, I say to you, arise!" ...read more
Looking Back at the Synod: Most Frequently Asked Questions
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Emilie Callan reflects on her experience last year as an auditor at the Synod of Bishops and answers some of your Frequently Asked Questions. ...read more
A Day in the Life of a Synod Auditor: Not So Ordinary
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What's it like riding the elevator with Pope Francis and discussing major Church issues with bishops at the synod? Emilie Callan tells all! ...read more
A Day in the Life of a Synod Auditor
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Emilie Callan is one of only 34 young people invited to participate at the Synod of Bishops in Rome. Read all about her experience here. ...read more
The Desert Shall Bloom
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Emily Callan reflects on 200 years of Catholic history in Western Canada and the anniversary celebrations in the Archdiocese of Saint Boniface. ...read more