Mickey Conlon, The Catholic Register

Mickey Conlon, The Catholic Register

The timing could hardly be better for the Canadian arm of the Global Catholic Climate Movement when it officially launches in September.

It was just a regular conversation between a bishop and a pastoral intern, sharing coffee and small talk between Masses. But when it was finished, the Halifax-Yarmouth archdiocese had set in motion its own unique project to pray for the renewal of the local Church.

The graves of some 300 School Sisters of Notre Dame in a cemetery on the order’s Watertown, Ont., convent property are expected to be moved to a Burlington Catholic cemetery in the near future as the sisters look to sell their long-time home.

Nearly three-quarters of Indigenous youth in Canada believe they will see meaningful reconciliation in their lifetime, an online poll has revealed.

For the first time in its 16-year existence, Salt + Light TV will be launching its fall season without the guiding hand of Fr. Thomas Rosica.

The braintrust behind the pro-life movie Unplanned say they are ecstatic with attendance figures from the 49 Canadian screens that showed the movie during its one-week run in Canadian theatres.

Heading down the stretch, the ShareLife fund-raising campaign seems poised to meet its lofty 2019 goal.

It wasn’t an easy path to the priesthood for newly ordained Resurrectionist Fr. Raphael Ma.

George Linton understands the power of music and how much joy it can bring.

The reality of a dwindling, aging community is setting in for the Ursuline Sisters of Chatham, but it won’t keep them from continuing the work they’ve carried out for more than a century and a half in southwestern Ontario.