Quinton Amundson, The Catholic Register

Quinton Amundson, The Catholic Register

A recent tentative agreement struck in a St. John’s courtroom will transfer control over 32 schools on the Avalon and Burin peninsulas from the Roman Catholic Episcopal Corporation of St. John’s (RCESJ) to the Newfoundland and Labrador government.

More than 8.25 million Somalians are in pressing need of humanitarian aid due to the impacts of devastating droughts, conflict and hunger, devastation viewed first hand by Stefan Epp-Koop.

The theme for this year’s Catholic Education Week, “We are Many, We Are One,” originated from Romans 12:5.

The passage reads: “We, who are many, are one body in Christ, and individually we are members, one of another.”

The buzz leading up to the 26th National March for Life in Ottawa on May 11 is very encouraging to event organizers at Campaign Life Coalition.

Bill C-11, one of the most hotly debated pieces of legislation in recent Canadian history, received royal assent and became law on April 27. 

Wendy Ashby, the Waterloo Catholic District School Board (WCDSB) trustee under fire from parents for posts on Twitter deemed as “racist, sexist and anti-Christian,” has broken her public silence with a statement released on the school board’s website. 

Multiple aspects of the recently released Health Canada guidance about Medical Assistance in Dying (MAiD) trouble Nicole Scheidl, executive director of Canadian Physicians for Life.

Sr. Margaret Sadler has the disposition of a true missionary. This means the 87-year-old Sister of the Child Jesus prefers to do her work on behalf of the Lord without attracting any adulation or fanfare.

The Sisters of St. Joseph Toronto, the Archdiocese of Toronto’s vocations office and the Office of Catholic Youth have teamed up to help young adults grow in spiritual direction and discernment at a one-day retreat planned for April 22.

An anonymous donor has emerged with a $10-million offer to save historic Église Sainte-Marie Cathedral in Church Point, N.S.