Angelica Vecchiato, Register Correspondent

Angelica Vecchiato, Register Correspondent

For 19-year-old Elizabeth du Quesnay, it was listening to a prompting in her heart that led her to World Youth Day this summer in Lisbon, Portugal.

Youth between the ages of 14 and 30 looking to feel energized before the start of the school season met in praise and worship at the Throneway Renewal conference.

A Christian think tank is spinning a hopeful narrative for MAiD (Medical Assistance in Dying) legislation expansion in Canada. 

The Toronto archdiocese’s Office of Catholic Youth and St. Michael’s Cathedral Basilica Young Adults are spicing up the typical Catholic young adult fellowship evening.

The Loretto Sisters’ pioneering legacy in Toronto’s early beginnings has come alive in a new citywide walking tour.

This year’s Steubenville Atlantic Youth Conference is forecast to resonate with the daily struggles of teen life.

Lay-chaplain Michael Buhler sees the effects of addiction each day on the rough downtown streets of Timmins, Ont.

A unique mission trip offered at Holy Name of Mary College School blended medicine and philanthropy in a seminal journey to San Joaquin, an impoverished village of around 250 people, in the Dominican Republic.

Social work students at King’s University College are putting in-class knowledge to good use at the Salvation Army’s Centre of Hope in London, Ont.

In a recent discussion analyzing a Vatican document on the identity of Catholic schools, Matt Hoven highlighted the common yet “problematic” viewpoints circulating within current-day Catholic education.