Mickey Conlon, The Catholic Register

Mickey Conlon, The Catholic Register

Ontario churches can resume celebrating public Masses after the provincial government lifted the blanket ban on services.

Like much of the nation, the best-laid plans of the Catholic Women’s League have been set aside by the COVID-19 pandemic.

There were few like Joseph Gideon in the world of Catholic travel where for six decades he made dreams come true for those seeking a pilgrimage experience.

It could be a year or longer before churches in Canada can begin welcoming large numbers of worshippers, said a member of the country’s Special Advisory Committee on COVID-19.

The ratings for the Daily TV Mass are sure to decline in the near future, and Deacon Michael Walsh is OK with that.

Discussions on how Camp Vincent would operate as this year of pandemic turned into summer became a moot point once the province of Ontario took the decision out of operators’ hands.

Most people have experienced that annoying friend who no matter how you try to shake them, they just won’t go away.

It was like a new beginning for Fr. Geoffrey Young and clergy in the Diocese of Saskatoon.

More than 200 Catholic sisters from across Canada want Ottawa to deny a bailout to the oil and gas industry and invest in building a cleaner, low-carbon economy after COVID-19.

After 40 years serving some of the most vulnerable in society with St. Elizabeth Health Care, Patricia Malone was easing into her retirement. Her career wasn’t in the rearview mirror yet, but she was working half-time as she prepared for life beyond work.