Catholic Register Staff

Catholic Register Staff

{mosimage}TORONTO - James Magee has been named this year’s Meritus Catholic Business person of the Year.

Meritus is a not-for-profit organization that provides networking opportunities for Catholic business people. Every year the organization honours a businessperson who lives out Christian values in their personal and professional life.

{mosimage}TORONTO - A Catholic Zen roshi from Texas is coming to town to explain what Buddhism teaches about compassion in a world that often fails to live up to our expectations.

{mosimage}TORONTO - The church has been praying for the unity of Christians for 100 years, and will keep doing so.

{mosimage}TORONTO - Native teens living in remote northern communities are not provided the same opportunities as southern Canadian teens, said the former Lieutenant Governor of Ontario.  

{mosimage}TORONTO - Hundreds of parishioners pack St. Patrick’s parish for noon hour Mass each Wednesday. They flock from all over Toronto and beyond for weekly devotions to Our Mother of Perpetual Help.

{mosimage}TORONTO - Finding meaningful work has been the challenge for Jhansi and Raghu Paladugu since they moved from Hyderabad in southern India to Canada a little over a year ago.

{mosimage}TORONTO - The African Catholic community has re-located to Our Lady of Lourdes Church.

TORONTO - Toronto’s religious sisters have reason for some jubilation over their jubilee project almost nine years after they started. The way has been cleared for construction of 54 affordable homes on an unused plot of land in Toronto’s southeast corner, at Lawrence Avenue and Manse Road.

{mosimage}TORONTO - More than 1,200 Catholics from around the archdiocese of Toronto gathered March 4 to celebrate their very own “Men of the Eucharist” at the 18th annual Ordinandi Dinner.

{mospagebreak}TORONTO - Last year Jesus sent Christmas letters to two African royals. Jesus wanted Princess Diana of Angola and Prince Yusuf of Tanzania to know that He loves them and that their problems would soon be a thing of the past.