EDMONTON – Standing at the entrance to St. Angela’s Church with a smile on his face, Real Bouchard was one of the first people who welcomed John Shores and his family to the deaf Catholic community in Edmonton many years ago. 

Great Expectations: Ontario English Catholic boards at head of grad class

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For those who doubt the value of a separate Catholic education system in Ontario, they need look no further than Ministry of Education numbers to see that Catholic schools outperform their public counterparts in producing high school graduates.

Quebec churches ring bells to commemorate 100th anniversary of end of WWI

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QUEBEC CITY – Churches of the Archdiocese of Sherbrooke will join those of other churches across Canada and ring their bells 100 times Nov. 11 to mark the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I.

Catholic health care a sign of hope in ‘valley of tears,’ said Cardinal Collins

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The “cold shadow” of euthanasia is spreading, warns Cardinal Thomas Collins.

Bells of Peace will ring to mark 100th anniversary of the end of WWI

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Churches of all denominations across Canada are being asked to participate in the Royal Canadian Legion’s Bells of Peace at sunset on Remembrance Day, Nov. 11.

Student’s Remembrance Day poster given a royal reception

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This Remembrance Day will almost certainly be unforgettable for an 11-year-old Thornhill, Ont., student — in more ways than one. 

Airport chaplaincy, Catholic school boards work with police to stop human trafficking

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After celebrating daily Mass at Terminals 1 and 3, airport chaplain Fr. John Mullins likes to walk around Toronto’s Pearson International Airport, praying the rosary and keeping a watchful eye. 

Canadian refugee plan falls short, advocates say

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OTTAWA – The Canadian government needs to speed the processing for refugee claimants and raise the number of government-sponsored refugees, say advocates.

Christians must take ‘risk of faith’ to help those in need, says Cardinal Collins

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Welcoming the stranger can sometimes be a risk of faith, but it is a risk that Christians are called to take, said Toronto Cardinal Thomas Collins. 

Parliament of the World’s Religions tackles peace, tough issues at week-long summit

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As delegates from nearly 80 countries gathered in Toronto for the Parliament of the World’s Religions they were confronted with the common failure of all the world’s faiths — the failure to find peace.

Fr. Tony Van Hee arrested for violating abortion bubble zone

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OTTAWA – Constitutional lawyer Albertos Polizogopoulos will represent an 83-year old Catholic priest who was arrested Oct. 24 for violating Ontario’s abortion bubble zone law.