Vancouver family physician Dr. Will Johnston is being honoured for his pro-life work by Canadian Physicians for Life.

Coalition calls for renewed trafficking strategy

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The Mary Ward Centre and the Toronto Counter Human Trafficking Network (TCHTN) are urging the federal government to renew and refine its National Strategy To Combat Human Trafficking after the five-year whole-of-government mandate concluded in May. 

Virtual courses from Dayton U available at discount to Toronto Catholics

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As part of an ongoing collaboration with the Archdiocese of Toronto’s Office of Formation for Discipleship, the University of Dayton in Ohio has released a number of new courses in conjunction with its Virtual Learning Community for Faith Formation (VLCFF) program. 

Bill comes due in St. John's: $104 million for abuse victims

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The Archdiocese of St. John’s must pay over $104 million to 292 survivors of abuse at the Mount Cashel Orphanage during the 1940s, ‘50s and ‘60s or at the hands of archdiocesan clergy.

South Asian Catholic organization marks 50 years in Canada

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While united in faith, Canadian Catholics reflect the diversity of the nation. And Catholics who trace their roots to the South Asian sub-continent enrich the cultural mosaic of the Canadian Catholic population of nearly 11 million (2021 census) while benefiting from the freedom to practise their religion in safety and peace.  

Doctors rise up to fight Nova Scotia MAiD law

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The Christian Medical and Dental Association (CMDA) of Canada, along with more than 40 Nova Scotia medical practitioners and 10 Dalhousie medical school graduates, have urged the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Nova Scotia (CPSNS) to renege on a new policy they believe violates their conscience rights.

Halifax heritage church's future in flux, closed due to structural issues

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While St. Patrick’s Church in Halifax remains closed due to structural concerns, parish and community members are still waiting with bated breath for an official decision that will decide the fate of the property.

Clergy offered administration training

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Parish priests wear many hats in a given week: they are homilists, sacramental celebrants, office administrators, fiscal overseers, volunteer recruiters and events logistics managers.

Edmonton's Newman College 'stronger' after Dr. West's tenure

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Dr. Jason West has decided to resign after a 12-year presidency, the longest in the history of Newman Theological College in Edmonton.

ShareLife almost two-thirds of the way to its 2024 goal

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As of June 18, the ShareLife parish campaign has accumulated $8.62 million, 62 per cent of its over $14-million goal.

Defrocked Montreal priest denied parole

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Former Montreal priest and convicted sex offender Brian Boucher remains unrepentant as he prepares to leave prison this month, says the bishop instrumental is bringing him to justice.