Niagara University falls for opportunity in Vaughan

Students in Southern Ontario have another option for a post-secondary Catholic education with the expansion of Niagara University to Vaughan, Ont.

    St. Augustine course bridges historic gap between Catholics and Protestants

    VANCOUVER – Catholic and Protestant scholars at the University of British Columbia are finding ways to actually use the Reformation to bring them closer together.

      St. Mary’s University mixes Catholic studies and social justice in new program

      For Caroline Burns, the search is over. She has finally found a university program that will instruct her Catholic faith and provide a degree in a field of interest.

        Northern classroom opens a new world in Saskatchewan

        King’s University College has a long history of educating its students about the wider world, but sometimes forgot about the country surrounding the small campus in London, Ont. 

          Former missionary sees vision come to life with Centre Oblat at Saint Paul campus

          OTTAWA – Br. Leonardo Rego saw his vision come to life when the Centre Oblat — A Voice for Justice officially opened at Saint Paul University on Feb. 15.

            New interfaith program at St. Mike's reflects Toronto's changing face

            A new program leading to a diploma from the University of St. Michael’s College is all about education with a purpose, St. Mike’s dean of theology James Ginther told The Catholic Register.

              St. Joseph’s College in Edmonton looks to stand out in crowd 

              EDMONTON – As St. Joseph’s College in Edmonton looks to the future, a top priority is emerging.

                Brescia celebrates a century of inspiring women

                Looking back to 1919 and the place of women in society, the world was a much different place. 

                  King’s University College doubles down on its future

                  King’s University College has taken a big step into its own future by doubling the size of its campus footprint.

                    Vancouver teachers get to the Core of their faith

                    VANCOUVER – Vancouver College religion teacher Greg Van Dyk is always looking for new ways to teach the faith. So when he took a course at St. Mark’s College that compared mortal and venial sin to a broken bone versus a fracture, he knew he had something he could use.

                      New site helps students make right connections, reconnect with Catholic faith

                      Going to university often means leaving home and friends behind, but it doesn’t have to mean parting ways with your Catholic faith.