There’s a simple reason that life-long Saskatchewan Roughriders’ fan Fr. John Weckend won’t equate sport with religion.

Uplift Day makes life a little easier for needy

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EDMONTON -- Zeny David will have warm clothing this winter and still be able to afford groceries.

Housing costs put squeeze on food banks

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A new study echoes what several others have found since the implementation of the Canada Child Benefit: poverty is declining in Canada with a significant drop in food insecurity among low-income families.

St. Vincent de Paul Society looks for personal touch

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The Society of St. Vincent de Paul plans to take its operations to the next level as it moves into the new decade.

Poverty and giving has a long history

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Poverty isn’t always misfortune or bad luck. Sometimes it’s a vocation.

Facing down poverty

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You would think people might notice the poor.

Sr. Kenny: The good doctor

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When Archbishop Anthony Mancini of Halifax-Yarmouth visits his old friend Sr. Nuala Kenny, he likes to find a chair and get comfortable.

A Multi-celebration of diversity and faith

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Canada is one of the most diverse countries in the world, representing the love of the Living God in distinct and beautiful cultures.

Investing in hospital ministry a wise – and healthy – choice

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Hospital ministry is an extension of Jesus’ compassionate presence in our lives today.

War: A hands-on history lesson

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As Canada commemorates Remembrance Day, a group of university students plan to conduct their own research of the World Wars.

Synod shows signs of growth for ‘a different Church’

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From coverage that’s been splashed across both Catholic and secular media, you might suppose the Synod on the Amazon was all about long-standing bones of contention between liberal and conservative Catholics – married priests, authoritative roles for women, liturgies that don’t look like a pontifical high Mass. But it wasn’t really about any of that. It was actually about the Amazon.