Quinton Amundson, The Catholic Register

Quinton Amundson, The Catholic Register

While 70 per cent of  participants in a recent survey believe God and religion should be completely kept out of public life, a data point suggests a Canada more open to public figures speaking and acting based on their religious beliefs is a possibility.

Canada’s bishops have developed a new palliative care toolkit to educate and empower caregivers and those facing a terminal illness.

Canada’s 28th Governor General David Johnston paid tribute to Cardus as it celebrated its 20th anniversary — one year late, due to the pandemic — by commending the Christian think tank for its servant leadership.

Richard Pommainville, in his latest Society of St. Vincent de Paul (SSVP) newsletter address, likens the non-profit global charity to the Energizer Bunny.

Canada’s Catholic gift stores are not immune to the problems that have turned into a global supply chain crisis.

It all began with a Sunday sermon by their soon-to-be good friend Fr. Jim Bleakney.

There may be glory in what was accomplished on the battlefields that preserved the way of life we hold so dear today, and for those who made it happen, but make no mistake — there is no glory in war.

As coincidence would have it, on the same day Pope Francis expressed his willingness to visit Canada to foster reconciliation with Indigenous people, St. Mary’s University and St. Joseph’s College in Alberta jointly hosted an online speaker’s panel called “CatholicismRepentance.”

Adventurous, diverse and remarkable would be three apt words to describe Lili Khayatt’s life.

Many people looking to donate artwork and items in that vein to the Church or their parish come with the best of intentions, bearing gifts they believe hold incredible value — monetary or spiritual — but it’s not always the case.