Catholic Register Staff

Catholic Register Staff

A Canadian-Australian mining company that went to court because the government of El Salvador wouldn’t give it a mining permit has had its $328 million claim rejected and was ordered to pay $10.5 million in legal costs to El Salvador.

WINDSOR, ONT. – A Windsor priest was sentenced to 10 months in jail and ordered to repay $75,000 to his former parish after a judge ruled the pastor preyed on victims who "were vulnerable given their faith and trust in their priest.”

This short book is boiled down from an interesting and at times incendiary interview of Cardinal Raymond Burke by French author Guillaume d’Alançon. Interesting in that it offers insight into the thoughts of a distinguished and highly influential Churchman. Incendiary in that it often seems d’Alançon is seeking to juxtapose the thought of Burke with that of Pope Francis in a way that may (and possibly seeks to) inflame divisions within the Church.

On Sept. 4, Pope Francis canonized Teresa of Caluctta in St. Peter's Square at the vatican. Below are a collection of stories The Catholic Register's coverage of Mother Teresa and her road to sainthood.

The fall school year is just around the corner and The Catholic Register has put together a Catholic education special feature.

The Catholic Register is pleased to introduce our new Youth Speak News team for 2016-2017. These 12 young people were selected from a very qualified number of applicants to The Register’s successful YSN program.

A French priest was killed and another person seriously wounded after two attackers took hostages inside a church in northern France this morning.

MONTREAL – It was a record year for donations to Aid to the Church in Need, but it is not exactly something the organization is celebrating.

Welcome to the WYD blog! Here you will find entries by our reporter Jean Ko Din and others Canadian pilgrims, documenting their journey from Canada to Krakow, Poland for the 2016 World Youth Day. 

TORONTO – The Ontario Court of Appeal has upheld a lower court’s ruling on the Law Society of Upper Canada’s decision to not accredit graduates of Trinity Western University’s law school.