Quinton Amundson, The Catholic Register

Quinton Amundson, The Catholic Register

Ironically, to understand why many Canadians stomach a system hostile to right-to-life organizations, anti-abortion legislation proposals and any meaningful discussions about pre-born rights or if life begins at conception, you have to look back to the birth of this nation.

Take a moment to meditate on the alluring emotional power of New Year’s Day.

Jan. 1 presents a natural opportunity for many to turn the page on a bad year and begin afresh. It may provide hope that extraordinary possibilities are on the horizon.

More than two years since a suspicious fire destroyed St. Jean Baptiste Parish in Morinville, Alta., the criminal investigation has borne no suspects or arrests.

Archbishop Francis Leo and over 300 pastors of the Toronto archdiocese have taken another step in learning about compassionate palliative and end-of-life care.

“Give hope today. Every $5.38 you donate provides a meal and other resources for someone in need.”

Educator and philanthropist Dr. Dan Andreae has been a friend and champion of Assumption University in Windsor, Ont., for more than 15 years.

Fr. Lester Mendonsa said he was transformed by his 11 years of experience as a military chaplain for the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) from 2008 to 2019.

Though Deacon Mike Walsh always tells people “that the Daily TV Mass is not a replacement for going to the parish,” he cherishes that so many people view these liturgical broadcasts as a source of unfailing comfort and spiritual nourishment.

With danger comes some interesting prospects in the field of gene therapy and genome editing, Dr. Brett Salkeld believes.

With the years of COVID-19 pandemic in the rear-view mirror, Catholic Missions In Canada (CMIC) approached 2023 as a year to reassert its visibility in the Canadian Catholic community.