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Every parent knows the importance of having conversations with their kids.

Child’s best interests must guide core beliefs

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In my first year off the farm as an undergraduate at the University of Regina, I took a part-time job driving a school bus for a local company.

Memories find a place in board’s #MyCatholicEducation Twitter campaign

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Sharing school memories — 140 characters at a time — has proven to be great way to celebrate Catholic Education Week for the Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board.

Pax Christi's 2017 Teacher of Peace offers lesson in reconciliation

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While Sr. Priscilla Solomon doesn’t mind the pat on the back, the real bonus of being named the 2017 Pax Christi Teacher of Peace is the chance to talk about reconciliation.

Canadian Coptic Christians ponder the future of their faith back in Egypt

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TORONTO – A 13-year-old girl with long, flowing black hair and dark eyes stands poised at the head of a massive church hall, flanked by a bishop and several priests. More than a hundred community members sit before her.

Living in multi-faith Canada is a real-life challenge for Muslims

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The worst of it was the day Sumaiya Desai went grocery shopping with her then eight-year-old son.

The Catholic Register launches archive

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One of the most memorable front pages in the history of The Catholic Register was from Sept. 22, 1984.

Mom follows her son into the Catholic Church

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OTTAWA – Vera Shroff has been fascinated by Catholicism since she was a little girl in India, despite being raised in one of the world’s most ancient religions.

Historic images of Good Friday procession portray a community of faith

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When St. Francis of Assisi pastor Fr. Jimmy Zammit looks at Vincenzo Pietropaolo’s photographs he sees the faith of his community.

Call to Service Feature

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The Catholic Register's latest special section is on Call to Service! Click here to check out all of our feature stories.

Search goes on to find root causes of clerical sex abuse

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In a moment of truth and clarity, Archbishop Anthony Mancini once summed up the shock he has shared with most Catholics over the last 30 years as a feeling of “shame and frustration, fear and disappointment, along with a sense of vulnerability and a tremendous poverty of spirit.”