Brescia celebrates a century of inspiring women

Looking back to 1919 and the place of women in society, the world was a much different place. 

    King’s University College doubles down on its future

    King’s University College has taken a big step into its own future by doubling the size of its campus footprint.

      Vancouver teachers get to the Core of their faith

      VANCOUVER – Vancouver College religion teacher Greg Van Dyk is always looking for new ways to teach the faith. So when he took a course at St. Mark’s College that compared mortal and venial sin to a broken bone versus a fracture, he knew he had something he could use.

        New site helps students make right connections, reconnect with Catholic faith

        Going to university often means leaving home and friends behind, but it doesn’t have to mean parting ways with your Catholic faith.

          Brescia's first Fulbright scholar exploring unique Arctic Council

          Andrew Chater understands he is going where no Brescia University College faculty has ever gone before, and it’s a challenge he is welcoming.

            Political passion looks for a place on campus

            For most Catholics on the greyer side of the generation divide, student politics today definitely isn’t what it used to be.

              University's new president ponders what's next for St. Michael's College

              David Sylvester was installed as the new president of the University of St. Michael’s College on Oct. 4 at St. Basil’s Church in Toronto. Here is an edited transcript of his speech that day, reflecting on the importance of the school and of Catholic education:

                Regina's Mother Teresa Middle School built to change lives

                From roots planted in the troubled North-Central neighbourhood of Regina has blossomed a unique group of youth who are making strides to break the cycle of poverty that is their everyday reality.

                  The Register Archives: Mother Teresa offers lesson for teachers

                  St. Mother Teresa died Sept. 5, 1997 at age 87 after a lifetime of work with the poor in India. The founder of the Missionaries of Charity made several visits to Canada over the years and, in 1988, also recorded a message for the 100th anniversary of the Edmonton Catholic Schools. Here’s that message as reprinted in the pages of The Register after her death 21 years ago.