Archdiocese Ottawa-Cornwall

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Kateri Native Ministry

Kateri Native Ministry is a locally based ministry that has been committed to the healing, reconciliation and spiritual growth of Indigenous people for over 20 years. They are headquartered in eastern Ontario and serve in communion with the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Ottawa-Cornwall. With their Outreach Missions they are now touching the hearts of people across Canada.

Kateri Native Ministry is a key collaborator in the Archdiocesan Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Relations Committee providing:

  • leadership
  • knowledge
  • wisdom
  • guidance

Our Lady of Guadalupe Circle

Our Lady of Guadalupe Circle is a Catholic coalition of Indigenous Peoples, bishops, clergy, lay movements and institutes of consecrated life, engaged in renewing and fostering relationships between the Catholic Church and Indigenous Peoples in Canada.

Catholics for Truth and Reconciliation

A lay lead initiative, Catholics for Truth and Reconciliation has opportunities for donations, education and a chance to commit to further action so that the reconciliation efforts are ongoing and not just a one-time event.

National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation

The National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation website has many good resources to get a better understanding of the Residential Schools. 

The Jesuit Forum

The Jesuit Forum engages people in deeper thinking and sharing on what’s going on in our globalized world, starting with their own experience.

The forum has released a resource book, available in English and French, “Listening to Indigenous Voices: A Dialogue Guide to Justice and Right Relationships”. This book is intended for use as an educational resource. It was developed with Indigenous leaders and is a good resource for a parish study group.

The Native North American Travelling College

The objectives of Native North American Travelling College are to reach the people, inform them and give them a better understanding of Mohawk culture and heritage. Efficiency, determination, and commitment are some of the keywords used to describe the Centre in reaching these goals.

The Conference of Canadian Catholic Bishops

Canada is home to a large and diverse Indigenous population. The Bishops in Canada share a profound commitment to renewing and strengthening relationships with Indigenous Peoples across Canada with whom the Catholic Church has maintained relations since the 17th century. The Canadian Catholic Indigenous Council is the key element to this commitment. Consisting of Bishops and Indigenous Catholics, the Council furthers relationships, healing, and joint initiatives with Indigenous Peoples across Canada. Within their own dioceses, Bishops strive with pastoral solicitude to understand and engage issues affecting local Indigenous populations and likewise encourage all the faithful in their dioceses, including the members of religious institutes of consecrated life and of Catholic community organizations, to foster relationships in charity and solidarity with Indigenous Peoples.

Come Dance With Me

This newly released book by Sister Eva Solomon provides new paths for the Church and Indigenous Peoples to engage in dialogue. It offers a look into the use of the Medicine Wheel as a framework and dance as a means of healing. It is the first in a series called: New Paths for the Churches and Indigenous Peoples. Solomon, E. (2022). Come Dance With Me: A Medicine Wheel Practice of Anishinaabe Catholic Interculturation of Faith. Novalis.