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Catholic Education

Education is essential to the future of our society, and therefore central to the mission of Saint Monica Institute. Together with our families, our public and private schools are responsible for imparting not just knowledge but the seeds of wisdom to our children, so that future generations will be able to carry forward in truth as we build the Kingdom of God on earth.

To support parents, teachers, administrators, and trustees in public, private, and home school environments we offer courses, retreats, workshops, discussion forums, and many other resources for formation, collaboration, and policy development, including both spiritual and doctrinal formation. Look here for current links to collaboration opportunities, courses, events, and resources.


We are gathering resources for those interested or involved in all aspects of education: home schooling, private schooling, and public schooling.   Look for them soon.  In the meantime, what are your needs?  Share them with us so that we can help.

Courses and Events

Look here and at our calendar for coming events.  Don't see what you're looking for?  Let us know - perhaps we can help.

Saints for Teachers

Learning & Networking Series
The Catholic Teachers Guild series continues  with Saints Marguerite Bourgeoys and John Henry Newman.  Mass and a presentation are followed by light dinner, conversation, and companionship. Wednesday evenings at 5PM, live at De la Salle Oaklands school in Toronto.

teacher formation series

A Spirituality for Catholic Teachers

Lenten Retreat, March 4, 2023.  In collaboration with the Archdiocese of Toronto’s St. Augustine Seminary and the Toronto Catholic Teachers’ Guild, we are pleased to offer this Lenten retreat day for Catholic educators: Catholic teachers, administrators, homeschoolers, and all friends of Catholic education.


Annual Conference

Fall 2023
One of the Church's roles is to serve as a voice of moral authority, helping lead society along the path toward justice and equity. How do we properly use that voice, as Catholic educators, and as participants in civic life? 
Have ideas?  Please share them with us as we begin the process of organizing this conference.  E-mail:

Opportunities and Advocates

Whether you're looking for guidance, networking, or chances to really roll your sleeves up and get to work, these active and respected Catholic organizations can help to point you along the way.  

Donate to the Community

Volunteer your time, talent and treasure to the catholic community both at the parish level and our larger community. Take a look at the various opportunities to support below.


Monetary donations are not the only way to give back to your local community and archdiocese at large. Take a look at the various volunteer opportunities in the Archdiocese of Toronto.

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If you are interested in learning more about the spirituality of "deep stewardship" or represent a parish community looking for practical resources to help you more deeply engage your parishioners in parish life, click here!

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There are various charities that you can donate to as well as your local parish community. Consider a donation to any of these worthy causes.


The Saint Monica Institute for Education and Evangelization

Archdiocese of Toronto
1155 Yonge St, 
Toronto, ON M4T 1W2



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