Angelica Vecchiato, Register Correspondent

Angelica Vecchiato, Register Correspondent

Clad with festive aprons and red bandanas, a group of enthusiastic Italo-Canadians rolled up their sleeves to partake in a traditional Italian bread-making workshop on in honour of the culturally significant feast of Santa Maria Salome (St. Mary Salome). 

Spiritus York’s kick-off event of 2024 connected the dots between Narnia and Anime in modern-day evangelization.

Passionate young Catholics looking to apply the Church’s centuries-old apostolic teaching to real-world issues will find a training ground in the diplomatic corps of the Holy See at the United Nations.

For 19-year-old Elizabeth du Quesnay, it was listening to a prompting in her heart that led her to World Youth Day this summer in Lisbon, Portugal.

Youth between the ages of 14 and 30 looking to feel energized before the start of the school season met in praise and worship at the Throneway Renewal conference.

A Christian think tank is spinning a hopeful narrative for MAiD (Medical Assistance in Dying) legislation expansion in Canada. 

The Toronto archdiocese’s Office of Catholic Youth and St. Michael’s Cathedral Basilica Young Adults are spicing up the typical Catholic young adult fellowship evening.

The Loretto Sisters’ pioneering legacy in Toronto’s early beginnings has come alive in a new citywide walking tour.

This year’s Steubenville Atlantic Youth Conference is forecast to resonate with the daily struggles of teen life.

Lay-chaplain Michael Buhler sees the effects of addiction each day on the rough downtown streets of Timmins, Ont.

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