Susan Korah

Susan Korah

Angelica Blyzniuk ended up in the railway station in Lviv, on Feb. 26, 2022, two days after the outbreak of a brutal war. Fleeing the relentless shelling that pounded Nikopol, her home town in south-central Ukraine, she reached Lviv, numb with terror.

Representatives of the Catholic Church were not present at any meetings or consultations with him, and his initial report did not include any input from the Church, the UN Special Rapporteur on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples said at the end of his 10-day assessment visit to Canada. 

A three-member delegation representing more than 63,000 members of the Catholic Women’s League nationwide brought their concerns on national issues to Parliament Hill.

Archbishop praises international aid at one-year mark of war with Russia.

A recent UN report on atrocities perpetrated in Pakistan against girls and young women from Christian and other minority faith communities should serve as a wake-up call, and prompt urgent action by the Canadian government, say Canadian activists. 

Braving a volatile political and security situation, Pope Francis embarks on a long-anticipated journey of unity and reconciliation to two African countries wracked by bitter divisions, warring factions and humanitarian crises seldom on the radar of international power brokers.

No right to abortion was enshrined in law 35 years ago when the Supreme Court of Canada made its R. vs. Morgentaler ruling, and that remains the case today, said a letter delivered to the Prime Minister today, two days short of the anniversary of the court’s 1988 ruling.