Author chronicles 20th-century Catholic oppression at the hands of communism

Artist's vision downsizes Medicine Hat church

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A woodworker from Ogdensburg, New York, chose St. Patrick's Church in Medicine Hat as the subject by which he could glorify God thorough his craft.

The new colonialism

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Canada’s foreign aid bows down to progressive causes, ties hands of those receiving aid

Push on for new Alberta church

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Demand is high in rapidly expanding Chestermere

Men must reclaim personal connection from AI

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Authentic friendships are made outside the Internet ecosystem

Zaia leads us to the online light

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With Christians being one of the more excluded communities worldwide, Zaia Ventures is working to develop a space that looks to change that for good.

A symphony of music, medicine and faith

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At 70 years of age, Dr. Gordon Okawara says he has much to be grateful for, from his decades-long volunteer music ministry at his parish, to his medical practice as a longtime oncologist at the Juravinski Cancer Centre, formerly the Hamilton Regional Cancer Centre.

School boards look to ‘Quash’ student vaping

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Six Ontario secondary school systems are joining forces with the Lung Health Foundation to combat student vaping.

Young mothers’ group gains ‘Momentum’

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A unique ministry known as Momentum has been fostering a faith community of Catholic single women by providing them with opportunities to grow in their relationships with both God and each other. 

Over mountains, through valleys to congress

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Mountains, valleys and plains mark the National Eucharistic Pilgrimage’s St. Junipero Serra Route, which pilgrims will traverse over the course of eight weeks from California to Indiana.

Nincheri’s rich heritage runs free

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To mark the 50th anniversary of the death of Italian-Canadian artist Guido Nincheri, a year-long exhibition of drawings and archival material from his once famous atelier is being staged at Château Dufresne in Montreal.