Catholic Register Staff

Catholic Register Staff

Large-scale relief programs implemented by the federal government to deal with the economic fallout from COVID-19 have saved staff at the Archdiocese of Toronto offices and parishes from layoffs.

The big picture

Re: Trump attack (Letters to Editor, March 15):

In response to Deacon Jurenas’ praise of Donald Trump I would like to say that Trump observes the First Commandment very well in public, but in private he wants to be worshipped and he worships money. 

March 27, 2020

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Job is for 5 Days a Week. 5 Hours per Day. Salary is $35 per Hour.

For more details about the position, email me Mr Gilford at gilfordmoore1960@outlook.com.

March 27, 2020

WORK FROM HOME

JMJ Telecom is hiring telemarketers to work from home making phone calls for charities.  

To apply, call 226-998-5337 and leave a message explaining why you feel you would be a good fit for the job!

March 27, 2020

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March 27, 2020

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In place of The Catholic Register’s editorial and letters from readers, this week we are turning over this page to reprint abridged versions from a sampling of messages from Canadian bishops to the people of their dioceses as they address the COVID-19 crisis.

In a letter to priests of the Archdiocese of Toronto, Cardinal Thomas Collins said it is “essential” to proceed with Holy Week and Easter ceremonies even though every church in Canada’s largest diocese will be closed throughout the holiest days on the Church calendar. 

After previously cancelling public celebrations of the sacraments including daily and Sunday Masses, the Archdiocese of Toronto has taken the additional step of entirely closing its churches to public access.