Students in Toronto need to know what's happening in Syria, said Loua Almously, who shared his own refugee experience at the annual Youth for Others Day.

Published in Youth Speak News

More than 10,000 delegates from 80 countries representing some 200 religious, spiritual and indigenous traditions are expected in Toronto for the seventh Parliament of World Religions Oct. 31-Nov. 7, 2018.

Published in Canada: Toronto-GTA

A nine per cent jump in overnight guests has pushed Toronto’s Out of the Cold system dangerously close to turning people away, according to a new report from Dixon Hall Neighbourhood Services.

Published in Canada: Toronto-GTA

VATICAN CITY – Pope Francis accepted the early retirement request of Italian Bishop Gianfranco Todisco, who begged to be allowed to return to missionary work or to be sent "to the farthest, most disadvantaged" diocese.

Published in Canada

A man has been arrested after a fire was set at a Toronto Roman Catholic church on Easter Sunday morning.

Published in Canada: Toronto-GTA

Eleven graduates from Toronto’s St. Augustine’s Seminary were introduced at this year’s Ordinandi Dinner, including the Alemão brothers (read their story here). Here are profiles of the others to be ordained this spring.

Published in Call to Service

At St. Augustine of Canterbury Parish, religious sisters are serving as surrogate mothers to disadvantaged youth in one of Toronto’s poorest west-end neighbourhoods.

Published in Canada: Toronto-GTA

It’s early Monday morning during March break and St. Monica’s is bursting with youthful energy. Instead of sleeping in, children are signing in to spend their day at the parish’s March break camp.

Published in Youth Speak News

What started out as a local conference for Toronto students to help save polar regions has escalated into a nationwide call to action.

Published in Youth Speak News

About 1,000 protesters descended on the American consulate in Toronto on Jan. 30 to protest a U.S. executive order that establishes a temporary ban on immigrants to the U.S. from seven predominantly Muslim countries.

Published in Canada: Toronto-GTA

Toronto’s ad-hoc, volunteer-run, unofficial, floating shelter system for the homeless begins its 30th year without its co-founder and guiding spirit.

Published in Canada: Toronto-GTA

However much the suits from media companies may complain at CRTC hearings, broadcasting is big business in Canada — to the tune of $17.3 billion in 2014 revenues

Published in Canada: Toronto-GTA

St. Michael’s Cathedral re-opened this fall in plenty of time for Christmas, but the rededication was just one milestone in the $128-million restoration of Toronto’s Catholic cathedral. The work continues.

Published in Christmas

Toronto’s Gardiner Museum has put up 12 artist-decorated Christmas trees again this year, but this time it’s about more than pretty baubles hanging from artificial trees.

Published in Christmas

TORONTO – Scarboro Missions’ interfaith office, a centre for reflection and dialogue between Canadian Catholics and people of other faiths for more than 30 years, is closing.

Published in Canada: Toronto-GTA

Opinion

FrRaymondDeSouza
Our Lady Seat of Wisdom is built on Catholic tradition

Fr. de Souza writes about the Catholic college as it graduates the first class of its bachelor’s degree program.

Faith

Pope's homily

Christians are called to be witnesses of obedience

Read the latest homily given by Pope Francis.

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