Though publisher Pearson Canada Ltd. has stopped printing the textbook and will cease hosting its material online in March, the Fully Alive family life program for Grades 1 through 8 will continue to be taught in Ontario Catholic schools.

Next mission step on life journey — Haiti

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The life journey of Toronto couple Mike Lattanzi and Susan Silveus has been largely defined by 22 years of cross-cultural service experiences in locales such as Cambodia and Jerusalem.

Catholics honour a great theological mind

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“This man of the Word of God could touch those who hear him and of those who read his writings because it was clear he wasn’t doing theology from the neck up. He is someone who is in love with the Lord.”

Teacher facing child porn charges

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A teacher with the Halton Catholic District School Board is facing child pornography and luring charges.

Ontario court sides with Catholic schools over public funding challenge

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The Ontario Superior Court of Justice has tossed out an attempted Charter challenge to publicly funded Catholic schools in Ontario.

Minecraft imaging brings school to life

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The power of a Grade 12 student’s imagination has made it possible for the Windsor-Essex Catholic school community to experience the interior and exterior of the new Catholic Central High School (CCHS) building before it opens on Jan. 10. 

Ukraine support continues into 2023

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As the Russian reign of terror continued unabated, with missiles shattering the normally peaceful holiday season, Canadian non-profits and Catholic eparchies have stepped up their support to beleaguered Ukrainians.

He led the universal church with wisdom and holiness

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A statement by Cardial Thomas Collins, archbishop of Toronto, on the passing of Pope Benedict XVI.

Deluge of refugees most pressing work for Ukrainian Church

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Bishop Bryan Bayda of the Ukrainian Catholic Eparchy of Toronto and Eastern Canada convened with other world leaders of the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church (UGCC) earlier this month at the Vatican to share their vision on their Church’s future. 

‘So much’ to learn from Indigenous, Archbishop Smith says

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Catholics are being called to consider how they can achieve reconciliation with Canada’s Indigenous peoples and build off the six historic days in July where the Pope visited Canada.

Montreal system to oust abusers still on track

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Montreal’s archdiocesan ombudsman is categorical that the new system to identify and oust clerical sexual abusers remains sound despite recent jarring events indicating the contrary.