Join us for our 44th 

Magnificat Breakfast

sponsored by  

Mary, Cause of our Joy Toronto Chapter

 

Saturday October 26, 2019

 

9:30 am – 12:30 pm

Doors open at 9:00 am

 

The Veneto Centre

7465 Kipling Ave., Woodbridge

(Kipling Ave. at Hwy 7)

There are multiple buildings on the property of the Veneto Centre.

Parking for banquet hall is at THE RIALTO on the left side of the property.

 

 SEATS NOT SOLD AT THE DOOR

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Registration: $30 each or $300 for a table of 10

  PAYMENT REQUIRED WITH REGISTRATION

 

TO REGISTER

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Send cheque, payable to

 

Magnificat,                                                  
c/o 111 Jeffcoat Dr.

Etobicoke, ON M9W 3B9

  include with your cheque your name, address, phone number, email and  full name of other guests you are registering. 

 

 Registration is paperless.

When you arrive at the hall, simply give your name at the registration table.

 Registration closes:  October 21, 2019

 

For inquiries contact FEIONA:  416-846-4068 / magnificat.toronto.chapter@gmail.com

 

Since the day is designed to speak to the hearts of women,

free of distractions, it is respectfully requested that young children not be in attendance.

 

 

 

About our speaker…



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Susan Almonte

Susan Almonte is the daughter of Italian immigrants, a wife and mother. A life-long parishioner at St. Benedict, Sue has cultivated a deep love for the Salesians and their patron, St. John Bosco, since they arrived at the parish in her youth. While the Salesian presence at her parish has done much to foster Sue's love of God and the Church, good roots were already in place: at the age of 14, through her family involvement with the Focolare Movement, Sue's personal relationship with God and the Church came to life with a profound awareness that God is real, a growing conviction that God is Love and a confident trust that God has a loving plan for everyone, herself included.

Text Box:  The faith formation Sue received from the Focolare Movement prepared her well for family life with all its complexities and her professional career as a teacher at Mary, Mother of God School, a small, independent, Catholic school in Toronto. Deep in her heart, Susan is convinced that Our Lady has hand-picked her to use her talents for the formation of young people at this uniquely inspired school, where she has served for 23 years, currently, as Vice-Principal. Susan's family, parish and school communities are the primary centres where Susan embraces the challenge to grow more deeply in faith and love of God and the Church.