Features

Victoria Filibus and her nine children have suffered the terrorism of Boko Haram and seen their lives upended as displaced persons living in a camp.

Grief at Christmas: You are not alone

By

Generation after generation have shared the classic Christmas poem “Twas the Night Before Christmas.” 

John the Baptist sets the tone for season

By

As the calendar flips to December and we enter the Advent season, thoughts naturally turn to Christmas.

‘Dream’ is coming true at Christmas concert

By

Christmas dreams come in all shapes and sizes. Some of them go from pianissimo to fortissimo and hit every note from bass to soprano.

Advent: The season of waiting and preparing

By

If good things come to those who wait, we’re in trouble. In the age of smart phones, Netflix, instant noodles and instant gratification, who waits? 

Living out Advent in the home

By

Catholics are great story tellers. We love to tell and hear stories that help us understand the world and our faith. 

Religion at play: No shortage of faithful fans

By

There’s a simple reason that life-long Saskatchewan Roughriders’ fan Fr. John Weckend won’t equate sport with religion.

Uplift Day makes life a little easier for needy

By

EDMONTON -- Zeny David will have warm clothing this winter and still be able to afford groceries.

Housing costs put squeeze on food banks

By

A new study echoes what several others have found since the implementation of the Canada Child Benefit: poverty is declining in Canada with a significant drop in food insecurity among low-income families.

St. Vincent de Paul Society looks for personal touch

By

The Society of St. Vincent de Paul plans to take its operations to the next level as it moves into the new decade.

Poverty and giving has a long history

By

Poverty isn’t always misfortune or bad luck. Sometimes it’s a vocation.