Rev. Karen Petersen Finch is aiming to empower Christians to become knowledgeable and confident communicators of faith through a series of ecumenical lectures in Saskatchewan on Jan. 24 and 25.

Homeless crisis spurs King’s initiative expansion

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In the face of a nation gripped with a rising homeless crisis, King’s University College Community Support Centre has expanded its program to ensure it can continue to meet the needs of the most vulnerable people in the community.

RCMP say Nova Scotia rectory fire ‘suspicious’

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Meteghan RCMP have opened an arson investigation after deeming a rectory fire next to the former St. Bernard Church in Digby County, N.S., to be “suspicious in nature.”

Database tracks persecution of Christians

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Global Christian Relief (GCR) has launched a new searchable violent incidents database (VID) that chronicles all the violent attacks on Christians and people of faith around the world.

Win in Alberta for doctors’ conscience rights

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Pro-life organizations are celebrating the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Alberta’s (CPSA) decision not to impose an “effective referral” mandate that would have forced health practitioners to violate conscience rights to facilitate objectionable procedures like assisted suicide or abortion.

Church burnings said to be ‘understandable’

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According to the Catholic Civil Rights League’s (CCRL) database, at least 85 Catholic churches have been set ablaze or vandalized since the unproven discovery on May 27, 2021, of 215 suspected unmarked graves near the former Kamloops Indian Residential School.

Christian unity puts God’s love in action

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This year’s Week of Prayer for Christian Unity, celebrated Jan. 18-25, will have the full participation of the Archdiocese of Toronto.

‘Something’s happening’ as young seek truth

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When it comes to supporting Catholic education, the audience that came to hear Father Deacon Andrew Bennett’s fundraising talk for Catholic Pacific College was as committed as it gets.

Alberta Catholic trustee appeals dismissal

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An Alberta school trustee who lost her position for an Aug. 27 social media post comparing the LGBT community to Nazi Germany is appealing her dismissal.

Summer job grants flow to abortion groups

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Canada Summer Jobs applicants who fail to toe the federal government’s ideological line on abortion and related issues remain out of the running for grants under the hire-a-student program.

Reborn discipleship program aims to grow

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The Catholic School of Evangelization’s (CSE) Discipleship Formation Program (DFP) is experiencing a rebirth in St. Malo, Man.