A video showing how we at St Canice's celebrate the Feast Day of St Ignatius - so many aspects of Ignatian life rolled into the one festive celebration. We tie three things together in our Feast Day Mass: 1. We remember Ignatius 2. We honour our local parish community 3. We reach out
This photo Album of the Women of St Canice’s and our Canice Connections project aim to enhance our shared narrative. It not only provides links to the many aspects of our faith life in the present, but it also records our story over time.
‘A Salute’ to the more than 300 volunteers, who serve lunches 7 days a week to homeless guests in Canice Kitchen. We trust this video helps connect St Canice parishioners to the good work of the volunteers in an interesting way . . . and may encourage a deeper involvement, and evince some reflective pride.
Canice Connections is an initiative designed to ‘enrich community’ at St Canice’s . . . Faces, places, events and things are powerful forgers of memory. From our earliest days our life’s journey is shaped by the manner in which such memory is formed. A jigsaw of good memory is important not only for individual