In section: Welcome to the SNJM Website

CASA: Helping and improving our contact with migrants

Dedicated to literacy with the aim of promoting the immigrants’ integration into Quebec, the Centre Alpha Sainte-Anne has offered free courses for written and spoken French for nearly 25 years. Sister Denise Mercier retraces the journey of CASA in a recent article in the Publication of the Quebec Provincial Leadership Team (PLT).

While emphasizing the contribution of many religious men and women from different communities dedicated to the mission of the Center, Sister Denise testifies to her own experience. She speaks with compassion about the challenges faced by these people in exile and the admiration they merit. 

Continue reading and recall the importance of expressing our solidarity with all the immigrants and refugees of the world.

Other articles in the section Welcome to the SNJM Website
A Program of Romantic Music Dedicated to the SNJM’s
Invitation to Discover “Who is God For Me?”
A New Chapter in the Friendship Between Sister Denise and Father Reegan
Another beautiful tribute to the SNJM Congregation presented by the “Polymnie” Choir Ensemble
Geneviève Grégoire, new Director General of Maison Jésus-Marie
Invitation extended to students to participate in the SNJM Day of Service and Justice
Harpissimo-Québec presents South American Music
An SNJM representative of the Canadian Bishops attends a Forum on Migrants and Refugees in Rome
An Exciting Year Commemorating the 175th Anniversary of the SNJM Foundation
Sr. Suzanne Leclaire SNJM is honored by “Phare de Longueuil”