CASC/ACSS Member Presenting with Ann Mortifee
CASC/ACSS Member Rev. Dr. Anne Simmonds will be presenting again with Canadian singing legend Ann Mortifee. Together, they will co-lead “Waiting for Wisdom: a Pre-advent Retreat,” November 18 – 19, 2019, at Emmanuel College, Toronto.Continue reading…
New Poetry Added to the “Exploring Spiritual Landscapes Through Art” Page
New poetry by Ciaran McKenna has been recently added to the “Exploring Spiritual Landscapes Through Art” page. Entitled “Listen, Listen, Listen.” Ciaran relates that it honours “the feminine spirit of the Labyrinth and… captures the spirit of this particular Labyrinth at Belvoir Estate farm in Delaware Ontario. The poem was inspired by the invitation to build a Labyrinth.Continue reading…
President’s July Video Message now Available for Viewing.
CASC/ACSS President Elaine Nagy’s July Video Message is now available for viewing.Continue reading…
CASC/ACSS Member Wins Top APC AwardDr. Jacob George, ThM, DMin, BCC, ACPE Educator/Adjunct Faculty Tulsa, OK has been a CASC/ACSS Member since 2003. Jacob won the Association of Professional Chaplains’ “Distinguished Service Award” this past weekend at the APC’s annual conference in Orlando. Jacob, who holds dual Certification in Canada and the US is a Board Certified Educator from Tulsa, Oklahoma. Congratulations Jacob on this huge honour.
Latest Issue of The Journal of Pastoral Care & Counseling Now Available
The latest issue of the Journal of Pastoral Care & Counseling is now available. CASC/ACSS Members have two articles published in this June edition. Member Simon Lasair from Saskatoon has an article published entitled “What’s The Point of Spiritual Care? A Narrative Response.” Thomas St. James O’Connor and seven other CASC/ACSS Members also have an article in this edition entitled: “Evidence-Based Spiritual Care Practice in the Canadian Context: Twenty Years Later.” Erin Snider, Ayse Erenay, Thomas St. James O’Connor, Colleen Dotzert, Stephanie Hong, Ruth Smith, Lisa Dolson and Michael P. Foulger co-authored this research.
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