Good Shepherd Ministries remains at the service of the poor and homeless of our City. In response to COVID-19, Good Shepherd Ministries has reduced its meal program to offer bagged lunches from 2 – 4 pm. The organization is taking every precaution to ensure the health and safety of everyone who enters and uses its facilities in adherence to the Public Health Agency of Canada. Contact 416.869.3619 or info@goodshepherd.ca for more information.

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The Gift of Easter

Our Toronto winter has been challenging at best, and as Easter approaches, we await, in hope, the first signs of spring.

The great gift of Easter is, of course, hope – hope in new, and eternal, life.

We, at Good Shepherd Ministries, offer a place of hope for those who have lost so much in their lives.

We do this every single day of the year – despite our own preoccupations and worries – because we are, as Pope John Paul II urged us to be – “Easter people”.

Our values of hospitality, compassion, faith and acceptance are underpinned by the hope of Easter. New life surfaces, like a seedling, with a smile, an extended hand, an extra effort. This is nurturing, regenerative, work.

The spring Good Shepherd Journal speaks to your commitment to live out the Easter message each and every day, inspiring hope in all the lives you touch with your donations and your volunteer work. Thank you!

Please know that Brothers David, Tom and John, Fr Ed, Sister Joan and I pray that you experience a special peace and contentment as we celebrate this blessed season of renewal.

Christine Slater, Pastoral Care


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