Ruane Remy, The Catholic Register

Ruane Remy, The Catholic Register

Ruane is a former Youth Editor at The Catholic Register. She attended Ryerson University's Master of Journalism program and studied Professional Writing with a Biology minor at York University. Follow her on Twitter @RuaneRemy.
November 22, 2013

Teens clueless about love

Hands shoot up from about a third of the room as Brad Henning asks a group of teens if they have ever had a boyfriend or girlfriend tell them “I love you.” Then he asks how many have found out the feelings of love weren’t real. The same hands go up. This is how Henning begins the talk he has been delivering for the past quarter century to boys and girls about life, love and sex.

The Triumph, a popular documentary about Marian apparitions in Medjugorje, Bosnia will be screened as originally scheduled at Cineplex facilities across Canada following a resolution of issues between the theatre giant and the Ave Maria Centre.

Toronto - The love we have for one another is hope and peace in this dark hour, says Cardinal Thomas Collins at a packed mass for the victims of Typhoon Haiyan at Our Lady of the Assumption parish, a hub for many Filipino Catholics.

November 16, 2013

Inside the sex trade

With the legalization of buying and selling sex soon to be decided at Canada’s Supreme Court, a new documentary is taking Canadians to places where prostitution and sexual exploitation are either flourishing or dying off and asks why this is the case.

TORONTO - A documentary about the Medjugorje apparitions of the Virgin Mary has been so popular that Cineplex has suspended all future Canadian showings amid reports it is negotiating a distribution deal that may cut out a Catholic non- profit organization that has spent thousands of dollars to promote the film.

TORONTO - A letter addressed “to the sign people” is affirmation of the meaningful work by volunteers during the fall 40 Days for Life campaign.

TORONTO - Steubenville Toronto has announced the lineup and ministry team for the first youth conference of its kind to be held in Canada’s largest city.

TORONTO - Along the low, grassy hills of Mount Hope Cemetery, monuments mark past lives and passing trends in honouring the dead. From modern cremation niches to old family mausoleums, walking through Mount Hope is like walking through a timeline of design.

Updated 11/11/13

Jason Bach exercises his faith by making fun of it.

Mercy Ships is building a Canada-wide network of students as its first step in a global fund and awareness campaign to bring health care to the poorest areas of the world.