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Published in Higher Education
Saint Paul University in Ottawa has good news for young Catholics who want to make a difference.
Published in Higher Education

There was a sea of youth in a Brampton, Ont., convention centre on March 7 to meet four men about to be ordained priests, plus an array of habited sisters there to explain their lives under vows.

Published in Canada

“Your two jobs today are to play and to have fun.”

Published in Canada
WASHINGTON – If Christians in the Middle East are going to be "honest" with their Muslim dialogue partners, said Chaldean Archbishop Bashar Warda of Irbil, Iraq, Muslims will have to acknowledge that the persecution of Christians in the region did not start with the Islamic State's rise to power in 2014.
Published in International
“The opposite of war isn’t peace, it’s creation.”
Published in Arts News
ROME – Even though the Catholic Church has all the necessary norms and laws in place to safeguard minors from abuse by clergy, the problem continues to be a lack in understanding or caring about those rules and guidelines and applying them effectively, said one Jesuit expert.
Published in International
The halls of St. Michael’s Choir School were filled with a lot more than music on Feb. 7.
Published in Canada
VATICAN – On Friday Pope Francis said education is a family matter, and rather than contradicting one another, parents and teachers must collaborate openly and constructively to form children in core values which enable them to face modern challenges.
Published in International
OTTAWA – Children participating in the Catechesis of the Good Shepherd program across Canada are taught to use all their senses in order to enter deeply into the Christmas story.
Published in Features

Last month, standing on the basketball court of my first school as a teacher, Mimico High, I launched a book titled The Season.

Published in Guest Columns
Niagara-on-the-Lake is known for its wineries, charming old main street and a possible future prime minister — 14-year-old Bethany Poltl.
Published in Canada
Degree-granting status has given Our Lady Seat of Wisdom College an elevated place in higher education, but that’s not why Elizabeth Jordan chose to enrol.
Published in Youth Speak News
OTTAWA – Saint Paul University is being accused of stifling free speech on campus after the Catholic university abruptly cancelled a pro-abortion film and accompanying presentation by Planned Parenthood.
Published in Canada
If a child commits a crime, should a parent do the time?

The city of North Tonawanda, N.Y., thinks yes. Located 24 km north of Buffalo, North Tonawanda passed a law in October stating parents could be sentenced to 15 days in jail if their child violates a city law, including bullying, twice in a 90-day period. 
Published in Canada