Quinton Amundson, The Catholic Register

Quinton Amundson, The Catholic Register

Kevin Dunn is immersed in what he considers “perhaps the most important project of my career as a broadcaster and a filmmaker.”

A Jan. 12 decision by the Newfoundland Labrador Supreme Court is expected to solidify and focus the compensation claims process for the victims of abuse at the Mount Cashel Orphanage in St. John’s in the 1940s, ’50s and ’60s. 

It was February 1984 in Sarajevo. The sporting world migrated to the capital city of Bosnia — at the time Bosnia and Herzegovina constituted a state in the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia — for the Winter Olympics. 

January 20, 2023

The colour of charity

A colouring book of famous religious paintings shows the beauty of Christian faith both in art and charity.

Calls to Action 59 and 60 in the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada implore Church leaders to collaborate with Indigenous spiritual leaders on curriculum to open the eyes of congregations, theology students and seminarians about the Church role in the legacy of residential schools and the necessity of a Church apology.

The life journey of Toronto couple Mike Lattanzi and Susan Silveus has been largely defined by 22 years of cross-cultural service experiences in locales such as Cambodia and Jerusalem.

“This man of the Word of God could touch those who hear him and of those who read his writings because it was clear he wasn’t doing theology from the neck up. He is someone who is in love with the Lord.”

The power of a Grade 12 student’s imagination has made it possible for the Windsor-Essex Catholic school community to experience the interior and exterior of the new Catholic Central High School (CCHS) building before it opens on Jan. 10. 

As the Russian reign of terror continued unabated, with missiles shattering the normally peaceful holiday season, Canadian non-profits and Catholic eparchies have stepped up their support to beleaguered Ukrainians.

Fr. Joshua Roldan, the director of the Office of Catholic Youth at the Archdiocese of Toronto, turned 20 years old in 2005, the year the late Joseph Ratzinger became Pope Benedict XVI.