Workers whose day never ends

On the 21st of June, my fellow interns, Karen, Rhonda, her son Gilbert and I went to see the Rodin art exhibit. Besides the art that was displayed, I read a quote on one of the walls of the exhibit that struck me: Nous sommes des ouvriers dont la journée ne finit jamais (”We are…

Frailties and laughter

On the 17th of June, my colleagues and I did a personal case study based upon an experience I had this year. Without going into too much details we discussed about how I felt and how I would have acted differently when I met up with a mentor of mine. The mentor and I did…

A glimpse of hope

Last Wednesday, we did our first case study. One of the handouts we received mentioned that a case study arises out of an experience of mission or preparation for mission which raises issues for an individual. Equally a good case study is when one finds a concrete and specific experience, something that happened, as a…

1st Reflection by Amos Bohoussou

Last week we studied and discussed about John 20:19-29. This passage is where the resurrected Jesus appears before his disciples on Easter Sunday. We also see how Thomas behaves before and after seeing Jesus. Verses 19-20 state, ”On the evening of that first day of the week, when the disciples were together, with the doors locked…

Sustained by Hope

The Rev’d Robert Camara came to Montreal in the mid 90’s from his hometown of Toronto. He arrived in Montreal on the eve of the 1995 referendum and began his undergraduate degree in political science with a full emersion experience of Canadian politics. He worked for the Diocese of Montreal in the programme department for…