Quinton Amundson, The Catholic Register

Quinton Amundson, The Catholic Register

Archbishop Donald Bolen charged young Canadian academics with a call to action to be critical contributors to the telling of history surrounding Canada’s past relations with its Indigenous people.

One day while perusing the Internet, Diane Barker discovered the Beremerenti Medal, a commendation awarded by the Pope to clergy and laity who have provided long and exceptional service to the Catholic Church.

Leaders from the Yonge Street Mission (YSM) declared to over 200 Catholic Women’s League (CWL) members living in the Greater Toronto Area that they can all make a difference in the fight against hunger.

The Calgary Catholic School District (CCSD) has opened St. Gemma Outreach School for students in vital need of extra support.

More than 150 survivors of abuse at the hands of the Christian Brothers of Ireland at the Mount Cashel orphanage in the 1940s through ’60s, and Archdiocese of St. John’s clergy over the years, have applied for a financial settlement from the archdiocese.

Standing 6-foot-5 and weighing 241 pounds, veteran Ottawa Redblacks defensive lineman Nigel Romick is well-established as one of the most formidable big men and special teams tacklers in the Canadian Football League (CFL).

Maeve Roche will stand vigil for the unborn on Main Street and Broadway Avenue in Hamilton, Ont., for the third straight year starting Sept. 27 and ending Nov. 5.

The non-profit Catholic pastoral organization Life-Giving Wounds (LGW) has offered healing retreats for young adults and adults with separated and divorced parents for over five years across the U.S.A.

The tone was set during the first question period on Sept. 18 following the parliamentary summer break, with Leader of the Official Opposition Pierre Poilievre taking direct aim at Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s handling of the Canadian housing market.

Hundreds of parents, grandparents, kids and parental rights activists participating in the 1 Million March 4 Children stood in front of the Harry Hays Building in downtown Calgary today, brandishing signs declaring, “leave our kids alone” and “education, not indoctrination.”