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Follow Your Heart: The Impact of Pope John Paul II’s Words 

Robert came up with a Clorets wrapper and his name, number, address on it and said “Call me anytime.” I took a look at it, put it into my jacket pocket, but didn’t really think that much about that previous event because I was really excited about getting the opportunity to walk up to the pope and ask him for prayers for my vocation and exchange the peace of Christ with him.

Read the full transcription of the video here.

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Photos taken at St. Michael’s Cathedral, Toronto. 
Photographer: Emanuel Pires
© Archdiocese of Toronto

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Prayer courtesy of the CCCB.

Prayer courtesy of the CCCB.

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Is there a God? Chesterton Debate Series

Video from the February 2014 debate that took place at the Isobel Bader Theatre in Toronto.

The audio can be downloaded via iTunes on the “Toronto Catholic” podcast list.

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(Top) Close to 1,000 faithful gather at Blessed Trinity Parish for the funeral Mass of Bishop Pearse Lacey, including 10 bishops.

(Bottom) Pope Francis sends his condolences to Cardinal Collins on the passing of Bishop Lacey, and imparts his Apostolic Blessing on all who mourn the late Bishop’s passing.

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Listen to the homily from The Sunday Mass given by Msgr. Brad Massman on the 5th Sunday of Lent (April 6, 2014)

Download MP3:  http://bit.ly/1eA6omT
Watch video of the homily: http://youtu.be/KXvc06TxFbc?t=9m49s

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The Sunday Mass – 5th Sunday of Lent (April 6, 2014)

1st Reading: Ezekiel 37: 12-14
2nd Reading: Romans 8: 8-11
Gospel: John 11: 1-45

Presider: Msgr. Brad Massman

The Sunday Mass is broadcast on CTV (Toronto) every Sunday morning at 8:30 a.m. for those unable to make their way to their local parish due to illness or limited ability.

For contributions, inquiries or prayer requests, visit www.archtoronto.org/sundaymass

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