Quinton Amundson, The Catholic Register

Quinton Amundson, The Catholic Register

With gender identity and its place in schools exploding across the Canadian media landscape, a Catholic parent group is pleased to find political proponents of safeguarding parental voice and authority.

Disquieting headlines about the state of household food security have unrelentingly flooded the Canadian news media ecosystem in recent months. Enter ShareLife.

An Ontario court delivered a key legal victory to Josh Alexander, the St. Joseph’s High School student from Pembroke, Ont., suspended for alleged bullying by stating in a class discussion that God created only two genders, male and female. 

The London District Catholic School Board (LDCSB) is emerging as a living example of the principles of supply and demand.

Pope Francis’ comments praising the historical Russian empire in a video conference with Russian youth were “very surprising” and “unfortunate,” says the newly appointed head of the Ukrainian Catholic Eparchy of New Westminster.

In his 2022 apostolic letter Desiderio desideravi, Pope Francis said congregants are called “to be astonished at the beauty of the liturgy.”

Remarkable. It’s a conclusion that comes to mind upon reading the biographies of the 2022-23 Toronto Catholic District School Board (TCDSB) top Grade 12 scholars.

Art program helps displaced northerners take their minds off wildfires.

As Meta, the parent company of Facebook and Instagram, began restricting Canadians in August from accessing and sharing news content on its platforms in response to Bill C-18, The Online News Act, it wasn’t only news organizations feeling the effect.

The Toronto Catholic District School Board (TCDSB) is set to complete an 18-month labour of love early in the fall semester when it installs the final 20 of its welcome benches at each of the board’s school.