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November 29, 2017
Our Blessed Mother Mary first appeared to Juan Diego, an indigenous man, living in Mexico on December 9th, 1531. This date is also designated by the Catholic church in Canada as the National Day of Prayer in solidarity with indigenous peoples. I would remind all Vincentians to please pray for solidarity with our indigenous sisters and brothers as we continue to grow in our knowledge and awareness of the culture, traditions and faith of indigenous people in Canada. While our recent efforts with our North of 60 with the Inuit people and our 1st Nations efforts in Cadotte Lake and James Bay are examples of how we work collaboratively there is much more we can and should do to improve relations. Please join us in prayer on December 12th for future solidarity with indigenous people. Jim Paddon, Chair, National Social Justice Committee
October 4, 2017
The International Communications Commission of the SSVP Council General International is very much pleased to present to you and your council the 3rd edition of the Ozanam Network (Newsletter #03/2017). Click on title to read more.

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The Society is present in 140 countries with more then 800,000 members worldwideNumber of volunteer hours donated in Canada last year 1,408,410Number of people served in Canada last year 388,902Number of homes visited in Canada last year 229,441Number of inmates visited in Canada last year 1,787

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The Society of Saint Vincent de Paul is a lay Catholic organization whose mission is: To live the Gospel message by serving Christ in the poor with love, respect, justice and joy. The Mission of the Society of Saint Vincent de Paul implies that as Vincentians, we see Christ in anyone who suffers, come together as a family, have personal contact with the poor and help in all possible ways