Sustained by Hope

The Rev’d Robert Camara came to Montreal in the mid 90’s from his hometown of Toronto. He arrived in Montreal on the eve of the 1995 referendum and began his undergraduate degree in political science with a full emersion experience of Canadian politics. He worked for the Diocese of Montreal in the programme department for…

2015: 60 and Retired?

The Rev. Brian Perron is the youngest of three siblings raised in St Lambert and resides in Candiac with his wife Joyce. Brian and Joyce lived on the same street as kids and due to their involvement in a 2005 High school reunion Sunday service they were married in 2007. It was at this time…

Faith Seeking Understanding

Ms. Haley Dinel is currently studying for a taught M.Phil. in Intercultural Theology and Interreligious Studies in the Irish School of Ecumenics at Trinity College Dublin. During her studies at McGill in the B.Th. she got to know the students and staff at the college. Her deepest connection came as an intern in the summer…

The Art of Grace

Mr. Alexander Quick is currently a Chaplain within the University of Cincinnati Health System. A native of Ann Arbor, Michigan; he first came to Montreal after completing an M.T.S at the University of Toronto for the 2011 Montreal Ministry Internship. He came back the following academic year for the Diploma in Ministry program at Dio….

A Learning Opportunity: For the Church and For the World

The Rev. Nick Pang is currently priest-in-charge at St George’s Church, Place du Canada, in Montreal. He first got to know the college when completing an undergraduate degree in Religious Studies (Asian Religions) at McGill University. Some experiences that have contributed to his leadership development over the years have included the Diocese of Montreal’s Lay…

Teaching and the Priesthood: Not So Different

The Rev. Dr. Donald Boisvert was born in the U.S. of French Canadian parents, but has lived in Canada since the late ’60s. In his youth, he spent several years studying for the Roman Catholic priesthood. Much later, Donald turned to the Anglican church as a way of living out his faith with integrity as a Christian…

Marked by Mission

The Rev. Tim Smart (graduate of MDTC, 1987) is the Director of Lay Education for the Diocese of Montreal. He develops and encourages programs of continuing education for adult learners. He divides his time between his parish of Grace Church in Sutton, Quebec; being a chaplain at Cowansville Federal Prison; and Montreal Diocesan Theological College. He is…