Getting your money out of oil, gas and coal is getting easier, not just for institutional investors but for individuals.

Red Wednesday highlights persecution of Christians

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The persecution of Christians around the world won’t stop for the pandemic, Aid To The Church In Need Canada said as cathedrals were bathed in red light in Toronto, Vancouver and Montreal for Red Wednesday.

Teamwork helps organ find new home in Peterborough parish

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A connection forged between members of the Royal Canadian College of Organists has given an organ that was no longer in use new life inside St. John the Baptist Church in Peterborough, Ont. 

Bishops ‘deeply troubled’ as Bill C-7 marches on

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OTTAWA -- The Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops (CCCB) has questioned why the federal government is not putting more effort into improving care for Canadians rather than making it easier for Canadians to legally commit suicide.

Caring is COVID’s message of hope

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As Canada goes over 11,000 COVID deaths and 300,000 cases — with medical professionals calling for “circuit breaker” shut-downs and Canada’s largest archdiocese having to cancel public Masses in "lockdown" areas — the Church has to respond with unflinching concern for the common good, said Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops president Archbishop Richard Gagnon.

Public Masses cancelled in Toronto, Peel Region as of Nov. 23

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The Archdiocese of Toronto has temporarily cancelled public Masses in Toronto and Peel Region in the wake of new restrictions announced Nov. 20 by the Ontario government to combat the rising numbers of COVID-19 cases in those areas.

Mary Centre paves path to independence

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Determined to become self-sufficient, Monica Maiato set her sights on a goal to live independently. Now going on two years since embarking on that journey, her life has completely transformed. 

Antigonish’s St. Ninian’s Cathedral restoring murals to former glory

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Ozias Leduc (1864-1955) earned so much acclaim for his religious and secular paintings that the native of Saint-Hilaire-de-Rouville, Que., was heralded in his time as “the Michelangelo of Canada.’

Volunteers who ensure safe church openings recognized

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Cardinal Thomas Collins recognized the thousands of volunteers across the vast Archdiocese of Toronto who have ensured a safe re-opening of churches during the COVID-19 pandemic with a special Mass of gratitude Nov. 4.

Activist taking ‘once-in-a-century’ case to Supreme Court

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VANCOUVER -- Pro-life activist Mary Wagner is launching a constitutional challenge of Canada’s criminal code in her crusade to gain legal recognition for the humanity of the unborn.

Bill aims to protect Down syndrome babies

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Lucy and Alcido Fank were never interested in having an amniocentesis screening to find out whether or not their baby would be born with Down syndrome.