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July 22, 2014
Novalis Partners with Canadian Retailers in Distributing Pope Francis’ Church of Mercy

Pope Francis continues to catch the world’s attention with his message of hope and mercy for all God’s people. As Canada’s Catholic publisher, Novalis is making sure that Canadians everywhere discover his inspiring message by partnering with Walmart, Costco and Chapters Indigo in sharing his bestselling book Church of Mercy.

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November 17, 2014
Prayers and Rituals from the Home

“I am well aware that the material in this book is only a smattering of what family prayer can entail,” says Kathy Hendricks in the closing pages of her book:

“Some of it will fit your family while other parts may feel awkward and contrived. In the case of the latter, I encourage you to follow the monk’s counsel by praying what you can. In any case, to be genuine, family prayer and ritual must be your own.”



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Events

November 19, 7:00 p.m.
Living with Christ Lecture:  Fr. James Mallon "Rebuild My Church: Pope Francis and Pastoral Conversion" 

Join us for the inaugural Living with Christ Lecture featuring Fr. James Mallon, the Founder and Director of the JPII Media Institute in Halifax, Nova Scotia, and author of Divine Renovation: From a Maintenance to a Missional Parish. The lecture, which is free and open to the public, will be held at Blessed Sacrament Church, Toronto.