Wendy-Ann Clarke, The Catholic Register

Wendy-Ann Clarke, The Catholic Register

At this pivotal moment in the conversation around anti-Black racism in North America and beyond, Jean Augustine is reminded of the Sankofa — a bird associated with a west African proverb used to express the importance of reaching back for knowledge gained from the past.

The Toronto Catholic District School Board has kicked off February with celebrations recognizing the contributions of Black people to Canada and to the world.

There’s no question the global pandemic has posed great challenges to health systems around the world, from the many suffering from illness to those providing their support and care.

For Dr. Danielle Hyles, Catholic faith and equity in education go hand-in-hand.

The kindness of strangers has eased the pain of staff and residents at a Hamilton hospice caused by thieves who made off with a guardian angel that decorated the building exterior for the Christmas season.

Briana Zhong is stepping up to help the environment while at the same time supporting her school mates in managing the stress and isolation of COVID-19.

Eric Ciccolini seems adjusted to the reality of life as a student athlete in the midst of a pandemic.

Fr. Mario Micallef recalls the general feeling of pride and excitement experienced within Toronto’s Maltese community on the morning of Nov. 28.

With up to one-quarter of youth experiencing sexual victimization by the time they turn 18, the national Kids in the Know program aims to arm students with knowledge and safety strategies to prevent abuse and exploitation.

As the newest and youngest member of the Catholic Women’s League (CWL) at St. Anthony’s Parish in Bloomfield, P.E.I., Joanie Chislett hopes to carry the rich legacy of the organization forward to future generations.