Great Expectations 2020

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GOOD NEWS FROM C AT H O L I C C H R I S T I A N O U T R E A C H™ • 2 0 2 0

PIVOT TOVI G GO Finding a way to outreach in a COVID-19 world


WELCOME!

This is Catholic Christian Outreach

OUR MISSION STATEMENT CCO™ is a university student movement dedicated to evangelization. We challenge young adults to live in the fullness of the Catholic faith with a strong emphasis on becoming leaders in the renewal of the world. Our goal is to share the message of Jesus and to spread his mission. This mission is to form Catholics who, through the empowerment and inspiration of the Holy Spirit, equip and send others to proclaim Jesus. Our missionaries and the community of university students involved typically gather for: • S mall group faith studies • L arge group gatherings for socials, sports, Eucharistic Adoration, ministry training, retreats and conferences • P ersonal mentorship in faith and ministry • O utreach and mission experiences (on campus or abroad) The methods and materials CCO uses on campus have spilled over into other countries, languages and contexts (parishes and dioceses).

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GREAT EXPECTATIONS • 2020

**Great Expectations, formerly known as The Grapevine, is the annual magazine of Catholic Christian Outreach™. The new title reflects the desire and fruit of this publication, to bring hope that young people and the Church are being spiritually awoken and filled with zeal for evangelization. Great expectations is also one of CCO’s founding tenets which expresses hope and confidence in what God will do through us, with us and in us. “Now to him who by the power at work within us is able to accomplish abundantly far more than all we can ask or imagine.” (Ephesians 3:20) Great Expectations is also available online. For more information contact CCO at media@cco.ca. Cover photo by Yuan Wang. Design by Rachel Matero, Faith Catholic.


MESSAGE FROM OUR FOUNDERS It’s interesting. After 30+ years of university outreach the Church is now coming to CCO, asking how they can adopt what we’ve found effective on campus with parishes and dioceses. It is to our great surprise that even the Vatican wants to hear our thoughts. We were invited to present at an international forum organized by the Pontifical Council for the Promotion of the New Evangelization. A few months later, we all know it—COVID-19 changed everything. Things slowed down and got simpler, but in many ways it feels like we’ve never been so fruitful! Campus ministry has successfully migrated online. Being online brings the whole world closer and it seems like we have more international collaborations than ever. Of course, nothing can replace face to face presence, but in the meantime the mission doesn’t need to stop. Flip over a page and read how we are approaching campus ministry this year. —ANDRÉ & ANGÈ LE REG N IE R • Co-founders of CCO

André, Angèle and their entire family were invited to give a plenary presentation on “every member a missionary disciple” at an event organised by the Vatican. They recently wrote a book together called “Brick by Brick”. Photo cred: Osservatore Romano

CCO President, Jeff Lockert, and the Regniers further offered 2 workshops at the Vatican event and engaged with leaders in the new evangelization from around the world.

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COVID-19 & CCO

PIVOT TOVI GO G IT FEE LS LIKE WE ’ RE IN A B AS K E T BA L L G A M E ; T UR N I N G , A N G L I N G , P I VOT I N G— ACT IVE LY LO O KIN G FO R A ST RAT EG I C OP E N I N G . T RY I N G TO F I G UR E OUT HOW TO KE E P M OVIN G FO RWARD I N MA R C H, A P R I L , MAY. . . I T K E P T G OI N G A L L T HE WAY IN TO AU G U ST, SE P T E M BE R , OC TOBE R . . . I T HAS BE E N T R I C KY HAS N ’ T I T ? CCO M ISSIO N ARIE S AN D ST U D E N T L E A D E R S HAV E M A D E C R E AT I V E P I VOTS TO KE E P T H E M IN IST RY A N D OUT R E AC H HA P P E N I N G A N D E N G AG I N G .

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GREAT EXPECTATIONS • 2020


PIVOT POINTS

TH I S FA LL O N CA MPUS WE A RE USING A TH REE-PRO NG ED A PPROACH TO O UTRE AC H: Small group faith studies moved to weekly online conference calls.

One-on-one meetings for mentorship and support went online.

To our surprise we only experienced a small dip (9%) of attrition in the migration to online groups.

43 students who were supposed to be on summer missions in Belize, New York City, Mexico City, and Uganda forged an online community challenging each other to share their faith within their own spheres of influence. These students were able to lead 170 people through Discovery (CCO’s six-week evangelistic faith study).

Year-end campus movement celebrations became online events.

CCO missionaries lead 54 regional benefactors through Discovery online.

Students on non-CCO campuses continued to be coached over video calls on 14 campuses in Canada as well as England, Cameroon, Uganda and Honduras.

Training and coaching parish and diocesan leaders continued online in Canada, USA, Ireland, Mexico and England.

Instead of cancelling, local retreats went online and hosted 10 times more people than would normally attend.

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Collaborating with parishes, youth ministries, and school chaplains to connect university students, especially new students, to the CCO chapter. Relying on friends reaching out to friends. Individuals ask classmates, roommates, high school friends, contacts on social media, neighbours and family to be in a Discovery study. We have always done this approach, but now it will be our focus.

Wide marketing on social media. We’ve put together a high-quality, attractive social media campaign designed to connect young people to CCO.

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“COVID COHORT” Through careful prayer and discernment, CCO leadership felt the Holy Spirit was inviting us to have great expectations, and that we could hire new missionaries (who would need to support raise the money needed for their salaries) even with COVID-19 restrictions. It was a leap of faith for everyone. God honoured the courage of the “COVID Cohort”, as they are nicknamed, and provided the financial and prayer support teams they needed to make it to their post.

Top left to right: Amanda Katsande, Halifax, NS; D’Arcy Murphy, Oakville, ON; Ellen Glavin, Guelph, ON; Erika Schoonderwoerd, Mitchell, ON; Francene Maranan, Manila, Republic of the Philippines; Gabrielle Raymond, Kelowna, BC; Ignatius Ashali, Stoney Creek, ON; Katelyne Bohmann, Prince Albert, SK; Liz Guiney, Kingston, ON; Matthew Campbell, Dartmouth, NS; Philip George, Saskatoon, SK; Pascal Proulx, Quebec City, QC; Miguel Galvez, Surrey, BC; and Sarah Gillian, Wolfville, NS.

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TH E TH RE E PILLARS O F CCO ’S MINIST RY ST RAT EGY AR E PR O CLAIM , EQ U IP AND COM M ISSIO N . SINCE W E AR E EN T E RIN G CCO ’ S 33RD YE AR ON CAM PU S T H IS FALL , W E AR E H IG H LIG H T IN G 33 STU DE NTS FRO M ACROSS CANADA TO SH OW YO U WH AT PR O CLA IM , EQ U IP AN D COMMISS ION LO O KS LIKE .

As I saw the Relationships Diagram I understood where I was and where I wanted to be with God. I realized that Jesus was God and Saviour through the CCO faith studies and Summits, but it wasn’t until an evening of Eucharistic Adoration this past year at Rise Up that I gave Jesus my full yes.

DA N I E L V I L LAM I L At a Discovery follow-up meeting with faith study leader • Memorial University of Newfoundland, St.John’s, NL

L AUR E N T HOM AS Student involved since 2017 • Trent University, Peterborough, ON

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IT IS O U R BE LIE F T H AT A CL E AR A N D SIM PLE PR O CLAMAT IO N O F T H E GO O D NE WS O F J E SU S IS U RGE NTLY N E E D E D. T H E ME SSAGE OF SALVAT IO N IS S H AR E D PE RSO N TO PE R S ON, WITH AN ALO G IE S, IL LUSTRAT IO N S AN D S CRIPTUR E , AN D WIT H AN OPPO RT U N IT Y FO R TH E PE RS ON TO RE SP O N D IN PRAYER TO T H E I NVITATION O F A P E RSO N AL RE LATIO NS H IP WIT H J E SU S.

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GREAT EXPECTATIONS • 2020

My roommate shared with me about her weekend at a CCO retreat. I asked her why it made her so happy. The way she spoke about God was so compelling I was curious to learn more so I signed up to take Discovery. RAC HE L CA MP BE L L Confirmed into the Catholic Church in 2020 • Carleton University, Ottawa, ON

Even though I’m in Vancouver, I was able to join the online Spring retreat hosted by CCO Halifax. It was a powerful experience for me and I made the important decision to live my life with Jesus at the centre. A L E JA N D RA ME R CADI LLO The CCO Halifax retreat had over 400 people from all over Canada join their online retreat • University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC


I realized I didn’t have to be perfect to make this commitment to Jesus, I only had to be committed to changing my lifestyle—rejecting the sin I had been living and choosing to follow him. AAS E R NAGUI B Met CCO through outreach table on campus, fall 2019 • Mount

I walked out of the confessional with the most peace and freedom I’ve had in 8 years, and now I want Jesus at the centre of my life always. N AT E E VAN G E L I STA During the Sacrament of Reconciliation while taking Discovery study • Ryerson University, Toronto, ON

I was at a retreat, and I realized that I needed to stop playing games with God, and let him be the centre of my life. In front of the Blessed Sacrament, with all these young people around me, I experienced God’s presence, and I felt his love and mercy flood my heart. In prayer I opened my heart to him fully.

T I M OT H Y CAR LOS While at the CCO Vancouver Spring Retreat, March 2020 • Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, BC

G I S L A I N E BAT UBE N G E During a CCO Adoration “Summit” event in 2019 • Concordia University, Montréal, QC

CLAIM OMMISSION Royal University, Calgary, AB

Even though I didn’t believe in God, I got to know CCO people on campus and over time my eyes were opened. I had the grace to believe and I was baptized into the Church this year.

L ANCE YAN G While involved in CCO community, a Discovery study, and through RCIA • University of Victoria, Victoria, BC

Seeing all these young people around me give up what was holding them back from having a relationship with Jesus inspired me to do the same.

I grew up an atheist, but when I was university-aged I realized there was a part of me that had always been missing. I entered a Catholic Church and prayed ‘God if you’re real, give me a sign.’ He did! And shortly after I found CCO on campus, and became complete.

MA R I A N A R EYES During Eucharistic Adoration and the Sacrament of Reconciliation at a Summit event in 2019 • University of Ottawa, Ottawa, ON

LILY AG AT HA N A RA N J O HE R N A N D E Z Baptized Catholic, Easter 2019 • St. Mary’s University, Halifax, NS

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TH E TH RE E PILLARS O F CCO ’S MINIST RY ST RAT EGY AR E PR O CLAIM , EQ U IP AND COM M ISSIO N .

I realized that praying is really as simple as a heart to heart conversation with Jesus. Even in the midst of your greatest fear you can find peace in his friendship.

I am learning how to pray to God like talking to a friend.

N OR MA O’ M I LLER Since taking the Discovery faith study • Trent University, Peterborough, ON

MC K E N N A M I TC HE L L During a meeting with a faith study leader • Mount Royal University, Calgary, AB

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I hear the prayers at Mass and for the first time, I get it! It means something to me.

H AVING PR O CLAIM E D T H E G OS PE L, WE T H E N SE E K TO EQU IP TH OS E WH O H AVE E X PE RIE NCE D CO N VE RSIO N WITH TH E N ECE SSARY S KIL LS TO GR OW IN T H E IR R E LATIO NS H IP WIT H G O D AND S H AR E T H E IR FAIT H WITH OT H E RS.

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I am growing in my faith, and having a group of like-minded people to support me has been so awesome. ELISIA M A R I YA N AYAG A M Having been in the CCO community and faith studies for the past 2 years • Ryerson University, Toronto, ON

J OHN E S PA N O L After taking Discovery and attending weekly Mass again after 5 years • University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, SK


I had never given much thought about the Holy Spirit, but I learned how to turn to him for help every day.

I learned how to reflect on the Scriptures, and I was so amazed how often they spoke right to my situation.

ARIAN A M ART I N E Z During the Source faith study • Concordia University, Montréal, QC

My relationship with the Holy Spirit has put me on a better path than the one before. I am able to choose good and reject what’s wrong for me. I learned how to make a good, honest confession, and went for the first time in a long time.

DAV I D BU N SI C K After taking the Source faith study • Queen’s University, Kingston, ON

UIP SYRELL E ME R CAD O During the Growth faith study • University of Winnipeg, Winnipeg, MB

A LYSSA S I CA M Meeting with a faith study leader during Discovery • University of Calgary, Calgary, AB

OMMISSION My CCO friendships were a great support for me in discerning a vocation to the Priesthood.

Through CCO I learned how to be courageous in my faith, to stay involved in my community, and continue to be rooted in my parish. AUBRE Y DJAU H ARI Student leader since 2018 • University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC

J OS H CA P I C I O 2nd Year Seminarian, Diocese of Calgary • University of Calgary, Calgary, AB

I have grown to understand that I have a missionary identity through what I was taught in CCO’s faith studies, on mission and in my encounter with the relic of St. Francis Xavier. S I MBA RAS H E M T ET WA Student leader since 2017 • Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, BC

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TH E TH RE E PILLARS O F CCO ’S MINIST RY ST RAT EGY AR E PR O CLAIM , EQ U IP AND COM M ISSIO N .

When I was challenged to ask friends and start my own Discovery study I was nervous, but the resources and guidance of CCO leaders provided me with confidence. M AT T HE W S KA L I K Leading Discovery, September 2019 • University of Victoria, Victoria, BC

I struggled finding the words to share my faith with my friends, but when I shared The Ultimate Relationship booklet it gave me the confidence to have that conversation. MA R I A G URSKY Learned to share The Ultimate Relationship™ booklet during campus outreach training, January 2020 • University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, SK

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COMMI I have grown so much in my faith and missionary identity while on campus, and now I feel my next step is to discern a call to the Priesthood in the seminary. OU R M E T H O D COO PE RATE S WIT H T H E H OLY S PIRIT, H O P IN G TH AT AL L PEO P LE WIL L INTE RN ALIZE AND PUT IN TO ACT IO N TH E GR E AT TASK JE S US COM M ISSIO N E D H IS DIS CIP LE S WIT H , “TO GO A N D M AKE DIS CIPL E S O F ALL NATIONS ” ( M AT T H E W 28:18 ) .

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I simply shared with my mom how God led me to the Catholic faith, and I could tell that God was working through what I said when she wanted to come with me to Mass. A N N A- MA R I A N E USY Currently enrolled in an RCIA Program • University of Ottawa, Ottawa, ON

MAT T M A RI N 2nd year seminarian with the Companions of the Cross • Carleton University, Ottawa, ON


There are so many people on my heart. I am praying that God will give me an opportunity to share the message of his mercy with them when the time is right.

It wasn’t until I went on a mission trip for a week, that I realized how much joy sharing my faith with another person would bring.

DE B O RA J U CA Student leader involved since 2017 • University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC

STEVE S EQU E IRA Mission trip to New York City, 2019 • Dalhousie University, Halifax, NS

All I can tell you is that I am closer to Jesus when I am sharing my faith with others.

I took a leap and started a Discovery group with some friends. I was blown away when one of them started a Discovery study with her own friends the next semester.

J E SS FAGAN Student leader involved since 2017 • Memorial University of Newfoundland, St. John’s, NL

A N YA D E N HA R TOG Coached her friend to lead her own Discovery in Winter 2020 •

ISSION PROCLAIM Queen’s University, Kingston, ON

In my search for God I found Jesus. I made a big decision to leave my Muslim faith background and give my life to Christ. There is a constant desire to tell others about Jesus and that is what I strive to do as often as possible.

My heart is on fire with love for Jesus and his mission thanks to the formation I received through CCO. It has helped me share my faith and lead others to Jesus. STE PH E N BATSA After completing the entire five-book CCO faith study series • Dalhousie University, Halifax, NS

I S M A E L YOUSS E F Baptized Catholic, Easter 2019 • St. Mary’s University, Halifax, NS

Every day, I am learning how to trust Jesus more and more with every aspect of my life, especially when it comes to living my faith out on my campus through leading faith studies. G LOR I A N I KOLI C Student leader since 2018 • University of Winnipeg, Winnipeg, MB

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Thank you for helping us reaching the youth of today. Will you also help us reach the youth of tomorrow? CCO, as a leader in the New Evangelization, is reaching the young people of our country. It seems like every young Catholic I meet has been impacted by them. I am a legacy giver because I want to see the mission of evangelization continue for years to come. This is my chance to invest and leave a spiritual legacy in the lives of countless young people.” —MR. GERRY LARKIN Mr. Larkin generously supports five CCO missionaries, campus programming in the Ottawa region and now our entire organization through remembering CCO in his will. Thank you Gerry.

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ANNUAL

REPORT

CAMPUS INVOLVEMENT

2,527 15 students who completed faith studies on 16 campuses

Students gather weekly in groups of 4-6. Completions means that they attended at least 5 of the six lessons.

CCO Connect Campuses

FISCAL YEAR MAY 1, 2019 - APRIL 30, 2020 91%

CCO missionaries accompany student leaders remotely on campuses where CCO does not have teams. Last year 11 of these campuses were in Canada, as well as campuses in Cameroon, Honduras, Uganda and England.

of students continued online in faith studies after the COVID-19 lockdown in March

This is remarkable considering the challenges of the pandemic, not to mention it being the last few weeks of the semester.

RISE UP

1,325 attendees

115

Post-secondary institutions represented by students attending

Rise Up is CCO’s annual national conference held over the Christmas break. It has grown significantly since it first began in Dec 2000 with about 100 students. New Year’s Eve this year topped out our record with 1325 people in attendance.

CCO STORE MONTHLY DONORS CCO has nearly

7,000 monthly donors

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91%

of CCO donations come in as monthly gifts. This means our finance department processes nearly 90,000 donations per year.

GREAT EXPECTATIONS • 2020

21,100

35,700

This includes participant and leader guides across the fivelevel series of books. This year all the books were completely redesigned, updated and printed in English and Spanish. Some titles are available in French, Chinese, and Tagalog.

This pocket-sized evangelization presentation has been translated into 13 languages and can be viewed on the cco.ca website.

faith study books sold

Ultimate Relationship booklets sold


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N E W HE A D QUA R T E R S N E E D E D F OR CCO Since 2006, CCO ‘s National Headquarters has been privileged to lease space at the Archdiocesan Centre in Ottawa. About a month ago we received surprising news that the building was closing, and all tenants and diocesan staff would need to be relocated before Christmas. Thus, CCO is working diligently and quickly to find options for short, medium and long term solutions to meet our needs and accomplish our mission. Please pray for us as we navigate all these decisions over the next several weeks. We trust God will take care of us. St. Joseph, pray for us. Our Lady of Providence, pray for us.

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

A H E ARTF E LT T H AN K YO U TO A L L O F O U R BE N E FACTO RS! When the pandemic lockdown hit in March, our missionaries wondered how to continue their apostolic work online. They worked hard and made important pivots. At the Board of Directors we worried that as a movement supported by the voluntary, sacrificial donations of our supporters, would we have any trouble paying our bills? Would our missionaries face financial hardship if supporters had to cut back as their own household budgets took a hit? Six months on, CCO has been able to weather the initial challenges. And although a number of fundraising events had to be cancelled, the vast majority of missionaries maintained their support, even though their summer supporter visits were not possible in person. So let me express the great gratitude of the Board to our many, many supporters! We will continue to rely on your generous support and prayers in the year ahead. We have been able to continue our critical mission in these hard times, thanks to your generosity. —Fr. Raymond de Souza, Chairman of the CCO Canada Board of Directors

If you have any suggestions or feel you can make a special donation to support us in this transition please email us at: development@cco.ca

Back L to R: Bishop Scott McCaig, CC, John Stevens, Fr. Raymond de Souza, Michael MacKinnon. Front: Joan Gregorich, Dr. Marcel D’Eon. Absent: Frank Caputo.

ANNUAL REPORT F OR F I S CA L Y E A R MAY 1 , 201 9 - A P R I L 30, 2020 TOTAL REVENUE*

2019/20

2018/19

General contributions

$

7,850,000

$

6,911,000

Conference contributions

$

560,000

$

383,000

Mission contributions

$

416,000

$

273,000

Sale of literature & materials

$

188,000

$

169,000

TOTAL REVENUE

$

9,014,000

$

7,736,000

TOTAL EXPENSES*

2019/20

2018/19

Program expenditures

$

6,975,000

$

5,720,000

Management & admin. expenses

$

1,213,000

$

919,000

Fundraising

$

745,000

$

731,000

TOTAL EXPENSES

$

8,933,000

$

7,370,000

*Numbers rounded to the nearest thousand. To the members of Catholic Christian Outreach Inc.: The total revenue and total expenses shown here for the year ended April 30, 2020 are based on the organizations audited financial statements. The Organization’s financial statements were audited by the Ottawa Office of Welch LLP. Copies of the audited statements are available upon request at hq@cco.ca.

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