Stories of the lives of the people who come to St. John the Compassionate Mission, an apostolate of the Carpatho-Russian Orthodox Diocese located in Toronto, Ontario.
Here are some more stories, written by Brother Luke, of those who are part of the St. John the Compassionate Mission community.
A Place to Belong
Hear five short stories of people who are part of the community at St. John the Compassionate Mission, as written by Brother Luke.
“To testify where life is abandoned”
Listen to reflections from time at the Refuge and back in the city: gypsy moths, hydrangeas, and "keeping the water fresh."
The staff of St. John the Compassionate Mission remember Kevin's life and his death. May his memory be eternal.
Why do we go to the Refuge in the summer?
The Refuge is a place to refocus, pray, and plan, impacting the entire community associated with St. John the Compassionate Mission.
“I am a Christian. I have to do what is right and trust in God.”
Listen to a short reflection about R., whose life has been difficult as he lives for the Truth.