Current Ministries

 

Sister Kay Morrell is Ontario’s first accredited instructor of T’ai Chi Chih and Seijaku and is a professional member of the Canadian Art Therapy Association (C.A.T.A.). Sister Kay is a graduate of Queen’s University, Toronto Art Therapy Institute, Peterborough Teachers’ College, and the Ontario Business College.

Since 1992, Sister Kay has been creating, organizing and helping others find joy in art and movement.

For more information on her current ministries please click on the links below:

Art Therapy

Creative Arts

Spiritual Journeys

T’ai Chi Chih

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T’ai Chi Chih, Creative Arts, and Spiritual Journeys

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Sr. Alda spent time with this family, abandoned by their mother.

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Pilgrimage

photo by Sr. Gayle Desarmia
A scene along the Chemin Du Roy

by Sister Gayle Desarmia

May, 2009 will hold a special place in my memory for many years to come. From May 1-14, as part of my sabbatical experience, I made a walking pilgrimage between Montreal and Quebec City. My actual pilgrimage preparation began months before my sabbatical did. This preparation consisted of research, physical training and spiritual preparation. My route along the Chemin du Roy also known as the Chemin des Sanctuaires was approximately 250 km in length.
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Picture this…

Sr. Lucy photographed this cloud formation last year, also on the Motherhouse grounds.

I found the cloud formations last year absolutely exquisite. I might say that
“the heavens truly are telling the glory of God

(Psalm 19:1)

by Sister Lucy Bethel

I am often asked: “How long have you been a photographer?” The question always surprises me because I never think of myself as a photographer. The inevitable second question, which is equally surprising, “Where did you take photography courses?” My response is always that I have never taken any courses. The laugh that often follows leaves me wondering if my honest response has been accepted.
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Becoming neighbours


Sister Elaine Hogan and Joshua

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Choir founder honoured


photo by: Adam Prudhomme, Napanee Beaver

SOS Executive director Wendy McDonald (left) presented the award to Sister Marie Dundon.


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by Christine Ross

Garry McNamee wears his cell phone at his hip at all times. His other constant companions are two large oxygen tanks. The phone is not used for business or social calls, but when Garry’s cell rings, it could mean the difference between life and death. The Wellington, Ontario man is awaiting a double lung transplant. Without this life-giving surgery, doctors have given him one year to live.
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Sister Alda brady was praying for a mission that offered an opportunity to work with children. By trusting in Providence, she received the guidance and mission for which she had been searching.
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by Sister Jeannette Filthaut

In September of 2007 a request came from the Sisters of Charity of Seton Hill, Pennsylvania, to facilitate their General Chapter in July/August of 2008. Having been a facilitator for many years and having participated in numerous Chapters in our congregation, I discerned that this might be the time for me to undertake this new venture. The theme from Luke 24 — ‘Are not our hearts burning within us?’ truly captured me. The additional challenge was that I would be working through Korean translators since half the congregation is from Korea and half from the United States. Networking with trained facilitators is a bonus when undertaking a new venture.
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