Quinton Amundson, The Catholic Register

Quinton Amundson, The Catholic Register

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. 

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 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.

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.

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

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

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

During one of the family road trips westward from Medicine Hat to Calgary, Fr. Cristino Bouvette said he could faintly recall pit-stopping at the IGA marketplace on 4th Avenue in Strathmore.

Joni Eareckson Tada, an evangelical who founded the organization Joni and Friends in 1979 with a mission of “accelerating Christian ministry in the disability community,” once spoke about how God “uses affliction like a hammer and chisel, chipping and cutting to reveal His image in you.”

Though Tk’emlúps te Secwépemc Kúkpi7 (Chief) Rosanne Casimir has stepped back on her 2021 claims of 215 bodies found in graves at Kamloops Indian Residential School (KIRS), now referring to them as "anomalies," she said investigations to date still lead to the belief they are "unmarked burials."