A tender and fond farewell to Victoria Bishop Emeritus Remi De Roo included “warm greetings of Pope Francis, who joins us in mourning and thanksgiving, and who sends his blessing.”

Inequality remains historic reality in Nova Scotia schools

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Though the last segregated schools in Nova Scotia shut their doors in 1983, educational inequalities are still a part of the Black experience in the Maritime province’s schools, says Dr. Barbara Hamilton-Hinch.

Parents need to discuss sex ‘head on’

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Kids need to be equipped with truth of its sacredness through Catholic lens

Catholic colleges and cancel culture

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In his annual “state of the world” address to the Vatican diplomatic corps, Pope Francis expressed his deep concern over a phenomenon he believes poses an escalating threat: “cancel culture,” the increasingly prevalent practice of silencing individuals, institutions and even, in the Pope’s estimation, entire cultures that are deemed to hold incorrect or inconvenient views or values.

Bill aims to incentivize charitable giving

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Law would help charities hit hard by pandemic, Manitoba MP says

Share Lent campaign puts ‘People and Planet First’

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As Canada begins to step out from under the shadow of COVID, Canada’s Catholic development agency is greeting the new day and Canadian politicians with its most ambitious, spiritual and political Share Lent campaign in years.

Worship restrictions are easing

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Pews packed with mask-free churchgoers of all ages; communal singing; parish halls buzzing with conversation as the coffee brews. 

Do not doubt division done

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Government mandates that interfere with, or eliminate the ability of, the faithful to gather for Holy Mass are certainly not new. But has it ever been required to provide proof of a medical treatment to enter a church?

Organ donation honours late daughter

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After enduring the pain of losing a child to cancer, Joe Marchand was honoured to give the gift of life to another family.

Faith at core of 66-year marital union

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Avelino Maranan’s courtship of his future wife Eufemia evokes the classic ending to the 1989 romantic comedy Say Anything…

Coach knew what mattered

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Few great men know when to step away from something they love. Few fathers understand when it’s time to change teams and focus on family.