A University of Ottawa statue honouring the late Fr. Joseph-Henri Tabaret, OMI located steps from a pro-Palestinian encampment on campus was discovered vandalized on May 24.

A monument to greatness

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Those behind a larger-than-life monument of Pope John Paul II and Mother Teresa are hoping it will match the calibre of other great and historic Catholic works and inspire generations to come.

AI and porn: a mixed blessing

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When lewd AI-generated images of Taylor Swift showed up on the internet earlier this year, it felt like a sign of the times, with the technocratic anarchy of AI’s generative potential being joined in unholy matrimony to pornography’s capacity for dehumanization.

Independent Catholic schools' aim is growth

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A year ago, Ottawa businessman John Pacheco woke up with a perplexing divine message running through his head: “Get the schools going.”

Martyrs’ Shrine prepares for next 100 years

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Leading up to its 100th anniversary in 2026, Martyrs’ Shrine in Midland, Ont., is launching a major fundraising campaign to ensure it another 100 years of service to pilgrims.

Toronto denied hard drug decriminalization

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As British Columbia throws in the towel on its experiment of decriminalizing hard drugs, admitting defeat in liberalizing its drug laws, the country’s largest city has had its desire to ignore B.C.s evidence and move down the same path quashed by the federal government.

Preliminary investigation finds no evidence of abuse by Québec cardinal Lacroix

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A preliminary canonical investigation found no evidence of abuse or misconduct committed by Cardinal Gérald Lacroix of Québec, who had been anonymously accused of abuse, the Vatican said.

Faith, finance and the bottom line

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Canadian Catholic journalist Laura Ieraci is a bit of a “Jill of all trades” and when she is not editing, writing or shooting a film, she is coaching people to bring their faith and their finances into alignment.

Synod experience ‘transformative’ for Canadian priests

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Fr. Pierre Ducharme, O.F.M., is “riding a high” one week after returning from the Parish Priests for the Synod international meeting in Rome.

Discarded chalice’s new life helps spread the call for vocations in Thunder Bay

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Upon visiting a local scrap yard last summer to dispose of some waste, one local man from the Thunder Bay District noticed someone attempting to sell an item - one he knew was too precious to be lost to time. 

Partnership ‘crucial’ in trafficking fight

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To combat modern slavery, the fastest growing and second most profitable criminal enterprise in the world behind the illegal drug trade, anti-trafficking organizations are urgently calling for collaboration.