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From 19 to 26 March: Canadian Churches' Racial Justice Week 2006

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The Canadian Ecumenical Anti-Racism Network (CEARN) just issued documentation for the upcoming Canadian Churches' Racial Justice Week 2006, 19-26 March, on the theme "God so loved the people of the world". This network is an expression of Canadian Churches working together to support anti-racism programs, and in part involves member Churches of the Canadian Council of Churches (CCC).

 

The CCC is the largest ecumenical body in Canada, representing 20 churches of Anglican, Eastern and Oriental Orthodox, Protestant and Roman Catholic traditions. The Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops (CCCB) is representing the Catholic Church.

 

"God so loved the people of the world" is a pilot project. More information on this initiative is available on the Canadian Ecumenical Anti-Racism Network website at the following address:

 

in English: http://www.ccc-cce.ca/english/justice/racism.htm

in French: http://www.ccc-cce.ca/francais/justice/racism.htm



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Last Updated on Monday, April 24 2006  
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On January 13th 2010, Most Reverend Vincent Nguyen became Canada’s first Catholic Bishop of East Asian descent. He is the great-grandson of a Vietnamese Martyr.