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Reconciliation and Inclusion

Mapping the Ground We Stand On and other reconciliation resources

Mapping the Ground We Stand On, Facilitator’s Guide – Third Edition

This “mapping exercise” interactive workshop facilitator’s guide offers Indigenous and settler participants an opportunity to explore their historic and current place on the map of Canada and in relationship to one another. It was created in part with Indigenous Ministries.

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For PDFs and PowerPoint presentations required to do a Mapping Exercise, click here. 

Cost: Free to a maximum of 1 copy per parish, per year (see order form)

Territorial Acknowledgements

Visit our interactive map page to find a territorial acknowledgement for your Diocese.

World Refugee Day (June 20) Worship Resource

“Welcoming the Stranger” is designed to help groups “pray, give, learn, and advocate on conflict, migration, refugees and food security.” The resource can be used in part or in whole at any other time of the year. The “Give” section of the resource features PWRDF’s food assistance work in South Sudan.

Download the resource

If you have any questions about these worship resources, please contact Suzanne Rumsey, Public Engagement Program Coordinator.

Download World Refugee Day (June 20) Worship Resource

Water Walk and Advocacy Ideas

The Diocese of Montreal PWRDF Committee has designed an advocacy campaign toolkit.

View and Download Water Advocacy