The law which governs privacy in Canada is know as the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (PIPEDA).
PIPEDA is a federal law that prohibits most businesses from collecting, using or disclosing personal information about an individual in Canada in the course of commercial activities, unless the individual gives informed consent.
The Congregation of the Resurrection, Ontario Kentucky Province, is fully compliant with PIPEDA and is committed to protecting your privacy.
If you give us any personal information, we will only use it for the purpose that it was given. In no way will any information that you give to us be given to anyone other than the person(s) that you for whom you intend the information. In other words all information given will remain within the Congregation of the Resurrection, unless you direct us to do otherwise.
Like most organizations we may monitor traffic patterns, site usage and related site information. Again this is not done for any reason other than to make certain that we are offering the best possible information to the community who seeks that information.
For more information, please contact our Privacy Officer: Father Jerome Kroetsch at 519.885.4950 or use our contact page to direct your question
Lives That Shaped Us
Brother Marion Turalski
Brother Marion died in 1988. Since his first language was Polish Br. Marion would use short phrases and gestures to convey serious concepts. A raised forefinger, and the word “Up” was his way of saying, “Turn your thoughts to God! Praise and thank God! Be centred on God!” His spirituality was simple: live simply, pray often, be faithful, and be focussed on God. His presence was a constant reminder to his brothers of ideals on which religious life is based.
Brother Ed Benson
professed his final vows in 1967. His ministry has been primarily in education, at Scollard Hall, and at Resurrection Centre in Waterloo. Currently he is Director of Youth services in Diocese of Bermuda.