Happy Birthday TSS

Dear friends,
Seven years ago a small group of idealistic Spiritists came together with the desire to join forces and promote in this beautiful land the wonderful lessons of our dear Doctrine. It was a humble beginning, just like so many other Spiritist groups around the world that follow the simple guidelines given to us by Allan Kardec over a century ago.

TSS is now live on the web!

Join us for our weekly studies online!

Simply click on the "Live!" link [top of our home page] and participate with us from all our public activities:
Wednesdays 7:00 pm - Gospel according to Spiritism and the Study of the Mediums' Book
Thursdays 7:00 pm - Study of The Spirits Book as well as Heaven & Hell
Sundays 11:00 am - Public lectures

The Toronto Spiritist Society is moving to a new location

We are very pleased to announce that the TSS will be moving next week to its new location at 261 Gerrard St, East (back entrance). We’re just a short distance from the streetcar stop at Gerrard St. and Parliament St. and less than 1Km from our current offices on Carlton St.

Everyone at the TSS is very excited with the change as the new location will provide us with a larger lecture hall and a dedicated room for the children. It will also allow us to start offering our fraternal assistance services on a regular basis on Wednesdays.

4th U.S. Spiritist Medical Congress - Bridging Medicine and Spirituality

4th U.S. Spiritist Medical Congress - Bridging Medicine and Spirituality

We are happy to announce the 4th U.S. Spiritist Medical Congress. The program and other information will be posted in their website soon. http://sma-us.org/

The Gospel According to Spiritism

A series of lectures and round-tables about the moral maxims of Christ in accordance with Spiritism and their application in various circumstances in life.
The session is in English, open to the public and will be based on the book "Gospel According to Spiritism" by Allan Kardec. Marco and Joyce Magalhães will be the facilitadors.

Wednesday at 7:00PM.

Preface, The objective of this work

The three revelations: Moses, Christ, Spiritism - The alliance of science and religion
GAS: chap 1, 1-7, 8.

ISC selects Cuba as the host country for the 7th World Spiritist Congress

7th World Spiritist Congress

The Executive Committee of the International Spiritist Council (ISC), met in Miami (USA) in the during August 19, 20 and 21, reached a decision that the 7th World Spiritist Congress will be held in Havana, Cuba in March 23-25, 2013.

The congress theme will be "Charity and Spiritual Education in Building a World of Peace. 150 Years of The Gospel According to Spiritism".
Registration for the Congress will begin in 2012.

The ISC meeting was chaired by its secretary general, Mr. Nestor João Masotti.

Chaos and Cosmos

The sidereal empire of divine universes glimmers infinitely and majestically in an indescribable profusion of lights, colors and sounds. Countless multitudes of nebulae and galaxies move dizzily through endless spaces. They carry innumerable agglomerations of billions of dwarf or giants, new or pulsed, white, yellow, blue and red stars with their planets and satellites, comets and meteors, in a symphony of beauty that surpasses all our powers of imagination.

Movie Review - Nosso Lar

My Journey with "Our Home"

I had the great honour and pleasure to watch the movie "Our Home" with its Director Wagner de Assis in Toronto. My trip to watch the movie was spectacular. How many lessons!

Spritism is the compass that guides me towards God

Interview given to the magazine "O Consolador"
The former president of the Canadian Spiritist Council talks about the early days of the Spiritist Movement and its current challenges in Canada

Finding Hammed

I found Hammed during an emotional disarray, when my role as mother had lost its way in the so famous "empty nest syndrome". My two children found their wings and were ready for their steady flight. Although shy, they took their first steps after graduating and got in touch with the world that opened ahead. This new arrangement did not allow me to continue to be the mother that always worried about their smallest needs. Becoming a point of internal emotional conflict, the freedom of having all my time available to meet my own needs brought a sense of selfishness and guilt.