The following is the Easter message from Archbishop Richard Gagnon, president of the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops and Archbishop of Winnipeg:

Family tradition brings taste of Italy to Easter

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Lamb stew might not be typical Easter cuisine in North America, but for Elisa Pasini and her family it is an Italian delicacy steeped in tradition.

Catholic teen to aid parents, siblings joining Church

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ALBANY, N.Y. -- Marco Pantoja III has a room much like any other 18-year-old: a navy blue New England Patriots flag for his favourite NFL team, handfuls of awards from his years playing soccer and a tiny green sign for Siena College in Loudonville, N.Y., where he will attend in the fall.

Sisters find sounds of silence at Easter

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MOUNT OF BEATITUDES, Israel -- The palm tree fronds in the convent garden of the Franciscan Sisters of the Immaculate Heart of Mary rustle loudly in the brisk wind of an early spring dust storm, but, stepping into the chapel of the Church of the Beatitudes, there is silence.

Author ministers through the brokenness

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The messages of Lent and Easter season hit very close to home for Catholic author Mary Lenaburg.

Students aim to ease seniors’ isolation

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A group of Toronto high school students is spreading some Easter season cheer and brightening the days of residents in a retirement residence.

Easter Drawing Contest 2021 winners

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Two of the most joyous occasions in the Catholic calendar are Christmas and Easter, and they are made ever more joyous seen through the eyes of young people.

St. Michael's Choir School returns to Toronto cathedral for Easter

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After a long year of vocal restrictions, students and staff at St. Michael’s Choir School are thrilled they’ll be lending their voices to Mass at St. Michael’s Cathedral-Basilica again, albeit with safety protocols in place.

Easter’s date: One faith, two calendars

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VATICAN CITY -- If you’ve ever wondered what’s behind the calendar chaos of Easter, look no further than the sun and the moon.

Choirs seek harmony in online world

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Although choirs are prevented from gathering physically due to COVID-19, it has not stopped many from finding creative ways to come together in song at Easter.

The light of Easter still burns bright

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During this time of isolation, it is very difficult to think, meditate and write about Easter. The churches are closed and we do not know at what point the COVID-19 infection will peak. 

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