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The virtual encyclopedia of Quebec social Christianity

News - December 17th, 2020

What do the Ursulin and environmentalist Estelle Lacousière, trade unionist Michel Chartrand, lay missionary Raoul Léger, assassinated in Guatemala in 1981, and journalist and essayist Hélène Pelletier-Baillargeon have in common? They are all believers whose public service has marked society over the past 80 years. These four witnesses are also mentioned, alongside dozens of others, in a virtual encyclopedia of Quebec social Christianity that the Center justice and  faith has just launched.

Read the Presence Info article, by François Gloutnay

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