Quinton Amundson, The Catholic Register

Quinton Amundson, The Catholic Register

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.

Recognizing the uncomfortable rise in the provincial family violence and intimate partner violence rate, the Government of Saskatchewan recently responded by announcing a $42.6-million monetary boost over three years to 34 community-based groups that specialize in aiding those harmed by interpersonal violence and abuse.

John Cappucci aims to provide enlightenment about the underreported and complex reality of Christian persecution in India during a presentation at Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church Hall in Windsor, Ont., on June 10.

Shaun McAfee’s latest book, All Things Catholic: A Guide from A to Z, presented the U.S.-based author with an ambitious writing test: could he produce a one-stop guidebook that effectively explains the Catholic Church teachings on 260 topics in under 250 pages?

Skeptics of the “mass graves” narrative took notice of the Tk’emlúps te Secwépemc (Ttes) First Nation’s recent statement commemorating the discovery of “215 anomalies” at the former Kamloops Indian Residential School on May 27, 2021.

“Yes to Jesus, no to Pride.” “Make Catholic Schools Catholic Again.” “We Need Spiritual Leadership.”

Toronto Archbishop Francis Leo urged the Toronto faithful to honour the Sacred Heart of Jesus by practising humility, being pure of heart and leaning on God when broken-hearted in a letter published for the month of the Sacred Heart.

The Court of Appeal of Alberta has granted the Euthanasia Prevention Coalition (EPC) intervenor status in the controversial case of a 27-year-old Calgary woman with autism seeking approval for medical assistance in dying (MAiD) against her father’s wishes.