Ruane Remy, The Catholic Register

Ruane Remy, The Catholic Register

Ruane is a former Youth Editor at The Catholic Register. She attended Ryerson University's Master of Journalism program and studied Professional Writing with a Biology minor at York University. Follow her on Twitter @RuaneRemy.

Depicting a society in which every aspect of daily life is state-controlled — even birth and death — The Giver takes moviegoers on a journey from childhood naiveté to the harsh realities of shattered innocence.

Toronto - Legal scholar Iain Benson rejects New Atheism’s teaching that religion leads to division and violence. Benson, a lawyer and lecturer, spoke to an audience from the legal and Catholic community on how difference, including a difference in religion, can be a social good. 

Ontario’s Catholic Women’s League plans to bolster its social justice work during the forthcoming year.

Toronto - Cardinal Thomas Collins wants Catholics to follow the example of St. Thomas More and what More can teach us about religion’s role in civil society.

TORONTO - High school student Caroline D’Souza is flying high, literally.

TORONTO - Everyone has a calling, says Boban Mathews, and Jesus Youth Canada helps young people find theirs.

August 8, 2014

Prayer in motion

I looked over at Santos, my dance instructor; he was pouring sweat. I prayed to God I didn’t look the same. The sun was beating down on us and on the blacktop roof where we danc ed salsa. We were at Hav an a Nights, one of the parties Santos and his crew hosted in the summer, bringing a taste of Cuba to Toronto. Our backdrop: the downtown skyline.

LifeCanada is calling for solidarity in the pro-life community for its National Day of Prayer and Fasting for abortion issues.

TORONTO - A century ago renowned Christian apologist G.K. Chesterton mused that freedom of religion once meant you were free to express your religion, but now it means you should rarely mention it.

TORONTO - A new grassroots initiative is reminding young women in the Archdiocese of Toronto that they are made for more than settling with the wrong man.