Quinton Amundson, The Catholic Register

Quinton Amundson, The Catholic Register

Adaptability is the name of the game for the Diocese of Calgary and the Calgary Catholic Immigration Society (CCIS) during the ongoing state of emergency sparked by a rupture in the city’s water main on June 5 and the discovery ten days later of five additional hot spots requiring repair.

Stirred by hearing so often over the years that many people know nothing about the Canadian religious landscape, Sarah Wilkins-Laflamme pitched some University of Waterloo colleagues the idea of forming a new scholarly institute on religion. 

Demand is high in rapidly expanding Chestermere

The passing of another plaintiff in the Mount Cashel abuse case further highlights the repeated delays that have continually cropped up in the legal process. Monetary restitution not received is ultimately justice denied.

A new report shows 26 per cent of 1,515 Canadian adults polled indicate they are “extremely concerned about having enough income to cover their basic needs,” with seven per cent of respondents saying they have had to turn to food banks, food hampers or community meal programs, up from six per cent in October 2023.

Beginning this upcoming school year, the Toronto Catholic District School Board (TCDSB) is undertaking a three-year apostolic journey of growing in knowledge with justice and hope.

Authentic friendships are made outside the Internet ecosystem

The Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops (CCCB) has  condemned the recent defilement of multiple religious monuments, the most recent being an Edmonton-area statue of an Oblate priest vandalized May 29.

More than 100 days after its introduction, Bill C-63, The Online Harms Act, which immediately sparked passionate reactions of furor or support, was debated for the first time in the House of Commons June 7.

For 122 years, the monks who called the Cistercian-Trappist Monastery of Our Lady of Calvary in Rogersville, N.B.,  bonded over their devotion to God and a love of agriculture.