Catherine Clifford doesn’t want to just recover the spirit of Vatican II. She wants to be more thorough.

A humble Nazarene summarizes this papacy: ‘love, love, love, forgive’

Once again this year, along with our partner-sponsors at the Archdiocese of Toronto’s Office for Christian Unity and Religious Relations with Judaism and the Franciscan Friars of the Atonement, The Catholic Register is pleased to announce the winners of the Friars Student Essay Writing Contest. 

Archbishop praises international aid at one-year mark of war with Russia.

Anne and Dane MacCarthy’s 61-year marriage rooted their commitment to Catholic tradition.

Lots of people read Aquinas and ignore horror movies. Lots of people watch horror movies and ignore Aquinas. The opportunity we have is to bring these things together.

A colouring book of famous religious paintings shows the beauty of Christian faith both in art and charity.

In what looks like a continuation of pontifical legacy, Pope Benedict XVI was buried in the crypt where his Polish predecessor, St. John Paul II, was first buried. St. John XXIII also was buried there prior to his beatification.

When the coffin containing the remains of Pope Benedict XVI was carried into St. Peter’s Square, Jesuit Father Federico Lombardi was among the 3,700 priests who concelebrated the funeral Mass Jan. 5.

During his pontificate, Pope Benedict XVI beatified 870 people and canonized 45 saints, among them two notable Canadians, St. Kateri Tekakwitha and St. André Bessette.