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Editorial: A disturbing trend

By Catholic Register Editorial

The reports were scattered at first, isolated news stories throughout the year of a statue toppled here, another spray-painted with graffiti there. This summer they have come more frequently — senseless acts of anti-Church vandalism that have grown bolder and more destructive.

Editorial: Now, more than ever

By Catholic Register Editorial

Over the years, we have heard the pleas of popes and Vatican officials to halt the worldwide production of weapons. In virtually every case, the urgency of the plea has been punctuated by the preface: “Now, more than ever ….”

Editorial: Celebrate the church

By Catholic Register Editorial

There is a world of issues to worry about these days, playing havoc with our physical and spiritual well-being. So it’s good every once in a while to stop and, as the cliché goes, smell the roses.

Editorial: Honour the victims

By Catholic Register Editorial

The funeral will be held at a future date.

Editorial: It’s safety first

By Catholic Register Editorial

As Canadian churches continue to re-open, it would be wise to heed advice Pope Francis offered to Catholics everywhere.

Editorial: Pope’s voice needed

By Catholic Register Editorial

The cancer of racism is too widespread and too entrenched for one man to remedy alone, but if any one man could command international attention and speak with moral authority on the issue it would be Pope Francis.

Editorial: A Blessed priest

By Catholic Register Editorial

Closed churches have provided a blunt reminder of how much we rely on our parish priests — and perhaps sometimes take them for granted.

Editorial: Fairness counts

By Catholic Register Editorial

As the world begins to stir from its pandemic hibernation, governments face the important question of how to accommodate houses of worship. At least, we hope they realize the question is important.

Editorial: A map for the ages

By Catholic Register Editorial

We tend to think of the planet as a patchwork of nations and continents, but it is really a single tapestry in which everything and everyone is intertwined. The COVID-19 pandemic is tragic evidence of that, but the new coronavirus only illuminates a lesson taught to us already.

Editorial: An ethical solution

By Catholic Register Editorial

Medical experts worldwide are racing to create a COVID-19 vaccine. Of course, these efforts should be encouraged and well funded because normal life won’t return until an effective vaccine is developed and distributed around the world.

Editorial: A seniors crisis

By Catholic Register Editorial

Before reading this editorial, take a few seconds to return to the cover of this week’s issue. That tender scene of a senior in long-term care reaching out but not touching a loved one is happening daily across Canada.