Thursday, May 23, 2013
1:00pm – 3:00pm
This originally Protestant cemetery, which has just celebrated its 160th birthday, has been created as a huge garden that, by its elevated location, has realized the grandiose vision of the big necropolis: a city of the dead that watch over the living. This spring, come discover this majestic jewel of the city that honors the memory and dignity of people of all beliefs. The visit will cover Mount-Royal’s rich history and natural treasures.
Mont-Royal Metro, bus 11
from 9am to 12pm
clean and green
5100 Côte-Saint-Luc, Montreal
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Tuesday, June 11th, 2013
7:30 – 8:00 pm
Poorna-Jnana Yoga Center
235, Bld. Rene-Levesque East, 310
The Center is a charity founded in 1993 by Etbonan Karta, author and speaker. Acknowledging unity of humanity, his mandate is to promote the modern synthesis of spiritual and religious traditions, and offering teachings and places of worship and healing.
Champ de Mars Metro
Visit our library everyday from 8:30am to 4:00pm.
The Canadian Centre for Ecumenism houses a specialized Library open to the public whose holdings can be viewed on the Centre’s web site. The collection includes books, magazine articles, vertical files and audio-visual materials on a wide range of topics, in particular on the ecumenical movement, descriptions of various churches and religions, the Bible and other Sacred Scriptures, ethics, ecology, human rights, women in religion, Native Peoples’ spirituality, and more. Whenever possible, the focus is on the approach of different churches and religions to various issues.
For more information, call Bernice Baranowski at 514-937-9176 ext. 28.