Quinton Amundson, The Catholic Register

Quinton Amundson, The Catholic Register

Clergy, pastoral staff, lay leaders and congregants in the Diocese of Saskatoon will learn how the Church can support mental health and well-being during the annual one-day diocesan Fall Congress on Oct. 19.

Josephine “Jo” Dellapenta’s father Geremino hailed from Campobasso, the capital city of the Italian region of Molise. Her mother, Alfonsina Cordileone, lived her first 11 years in a town not far away.

Over 500 Catholic young adults aged 19 to 39 will strive to enrich their faith at the annual Renew Toronto conference, which is being staged at the Canada Event Centre in Whitby, Ont., on Nov. 4.

While proponents on either side will debate just how many people were drawn to last month’s 1 Million March 4 Children, the one thing that is clear is the nationwide demonstrations have got people talking.

Conservative MP Ed Fast said he feels his bill to stop the expansion of MAiD (medical assistance in dying) to the mentally ill is gaining support across the country, and even within the House of Commons chambers.

Over 300 undergraduates and faculty assembled at the Save Brescia Rally on Sept. 27 to protest Canada’s only women’s university fully integrating into Western University in May 2024 after years of being an affiliated college.

Four in five Canadians (82 per cent) oppose expanding euthanasia eligibility further without first improving mental health care services, according to a new poll co-released by the Angus Reid Institute and Canadian think tank Cardus.

Archbishop Donald Bolen charged young Canadian academics with a call to action to be critical contributors to the telling of history surrounding Canada’s past relations with its Indigenous people.

One day while perusing the Internet, Diane Barker discovered the Beremerenti Medal, a commendation awarded by the Pope to clergy and laity who have provided long and exceptional service to the Catholic Church.

Leaders from the Yonge Street Mission (YSM) declared to over 200 Catholic Women’s League (CWL) members living in the Greater Toronto Area that they can all make a difference in the fight against hunger.