Toronto – Canada (Wednesday, 08-12-2015, Gaudium Press) Over two thousand young Catholics in Ontario, Canada, participated in the 2015 Steubenville Toronto Conference, carried out between the 7 and 9 August. The conference aims to “equip you with what you need to stand firm in the faith” and its program includes Masses, Eucharistic Adoration, confessions, lectures and Catholic music.
Steubenville Conferences are an outreach of Franciscan University from Steubenville, Ohio that have served hundreds of thousands of Catholics across North America since 1975. Steubenville Conferences invite youth and adults to form a relationship with Jesus Christ, empower them for discipleship, and equip them for the work of the New Evangelization. This summer, the Archdiocese of Toronto hosts its second annual Steubenville Toronto Conference. Salt and Light Television brings you live coverage of the main events on our television network, and full live streaming coverage on our website and Roku TV.
The 2015 Steubenville Toronto Conference, which motto was “Limitless”, referring to the love of Christ for men and to be open to this love and to share with others, featured four powerful keynotes by speakers Matt Fradd, Cooper Ray, Sr. Miriam Heidland and Fr. Christopher Martin. On Saturday, August 8th, Bishop Douglas Crosby, OMI, of the Diocese of Hamilton celebrated Mass, and on Sunday, August 9th, the final day of the Steubenville Toronto conference, Cardinal Thomas Collins celebrated Mass with the youth who spent the weekend in prayer and formation in his archdiocese. (GPE / EPC)