If there's one thing a school's name should do, it's inspire.
Kyle Harmon was working in the band office, finishing his day at school when he got a call on his cellphone from a CBC Radio producer.
Since the Khalil family arrived in Canada in July 2012, they’ve been working out their own Canadian values — mother and father both working two jobs, squeezing in English classes whenever they could, making sure the kids are in school. The Khalil Canadian values start with hard work and end with family.
Since 1914, the Church has used the World Day of Migrants and Refugees to highlight the great need for nations to welcome those seeking shelter from the evil and horrors that inflict their homelands. It is a message about compassion and hospitality, yet it is frequently greeted with anxiety and fear, perhaps more today than ever.
OTTAWA –The Cardus think tank has launched Cardus Law to examine the challenges to religious freedom.
Think-tank heavyweight Cardus is calling on Canadians to bring religion back into the public square as the nation prepares to celebrate Canada’s 150th birthday.
A report challenging the constitutional protection of Ontario’s publicly-funded Catholic school system has been dismissed by the minister of education.
A new and very Catholic concept in elder care has moved from dream to reality with a move-in date projected for the fall of 2018.
Despite more than 900 signatures on a student-led petition demanding the reinstatement of Dr. Jerzy Cichocki, St. Michael’s Choir school is standing firm in a decision to fire its long-time conductor of the senior choir.
OTTAWA – Citing concerns about potential unfair treatment, Canada’s Catholic bishops have written to Canada’s Revenue Minister to express disagreement with government policies that classify some religious charitable activities as political.
When my plane touched down at Pearson Airport last summer, World Youth Day suddenly felt like a dream.