Wendy-Ann Clarke, The Catholic Register

Wendy-Ann Clarke, The Catholic Register

Two social workers with Catholic Family Services of Simcoe County are the latest recipients of the annual Fr. Paul Lennon/Doreen Cullen Social Work Scholarship.

Years of construction are finally complete and St. Joseph’s Morrow Park Catholic Secondary School just awaits the lifting of pandemic restrictions to welcome students to their new home.

In a year marked by event cancellations, pandemic restrictions hindered competition plans for many high school athletes looking to obtain their diploma while also pursuing athletic ambitions in 2020. 

Five years after the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) issued its final report, there is agreement that strides have been made in the journey towards healing with Canada’s Indigenous peoples.

Bishop Thomas Dowd is ready to embrace whatever comes his way as the newly installed Bishop of Sault Ste. Marie in northern Ontario.

A spruce tree donated by a retired Catholic teacher is helping to make Christmas in Kenora in northern Ontario a little merrier.

In a year that has been anything but normal, the Christmas spirit is still alive and well at Ontario Catholic schools.

Already vulnerable and alone, many homeless and at risk youth are finding themselves dealing with more than the coronavirus and its restrictions this Christmas. To them, loneliness is another pandemic.

COVID-19 Christmas ornaments are flying off the shelves in Ottawa this holiday season.

When COVID-19 is finally conquered, there will be about 1,000 dolls ready to get back to doing what they do best at Kemptville District Hospital — putting smiles on kids’ faces.