Hot Off the Press: St. Michael's Alumni Magazine
The Right Honourable Paul Martin 6T1 talks about the pressing need to empower Canada’s Indigenous peoples through education.
By Susanne Miskimmin 9T4
Read the article
Paul Martin’s Aboriginal Education Initiative
In the News
Canadian Professor Moira McQueen named to International Theological Commission
Pope Francis has appointed Professor Moira McQueen as a new member of the International Theological Commission for its 2014-2019 term. Professor McQueen is the Executive Director of the Canadian Catholic Bioethics Institute, Toronto, and teaches moral theology at the University of St. Michael's College, Toronto.Read more »In his letter of congratulations, the Most Reverend Paul-André Durocher, Archbishop of Gatineau and President of the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops, wrote this "is wonderful news not only for you but for all the Church in our country." A citizen of Canada as well as a subject of the United Kingdom who resides in the Diocese of Hamilton, Professor McQueen also has a background in law. She frequently serves as an advisor for the CCCB on ethical and moral questions, and is the CCCB delegate on the Biotechnology Reference Group of the Canadian Council of Churches.
Professor McQueen will present the 5th Annual John Meagher Public Lecture The Influence of Pope Francis on Catholic Bioethics »
University of Toronto ranked first in Canada, 24th in the world
Traditional Christmas Tea | December, 3 at 2:00 pm
Inspired by Venice: Monteverdi, "Beatus Vir" Schütz, "Singet dem Herrn" and other baroque music | December 8 | 7:30 p.m.
Celebrate Christmas at St Mike’s
'Tis the Season of Giving
Want to give a Christmas gift?
Consider making a special donation in honour of a friend, classmate, professor, or someone you appreciate in life. We will send a card to the individuals letting them know you have supported the University of St. Michael’s College in their name. By making a tribute gift, not only are you giving a gift with a personal touch, perfect for the Christmas season, you are giving the opportunity for students to continue their journey of growth and discovery.
A minimum donation of $10 is suggested per card.