STE.-ANNE-DE-BEAUPRE, Quebec – Cardinal Marc Ouellet called upon Canadians to be mindful of the needs of migrants and refugees during a Mass celebrating the feast of St. Anne.

Tiny parish in Alberta is filled with big hearts

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Edmonton – Parishioners in Rivière Qui Barre, a tiny hamlet northwest of Edmonton, are celebrating a major achievement after completing a $50,000 renovation to their church building over the past year. 

Whistler church has its roots in skiers’ chapel

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WHISTLER, B.C. – The season has shifted gears from skiing to hiking in Whistler. For a small community in the resort municipality, a season of celebration has also just begun.

Sister battles consequences of Canadian mining in Latin America

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Talking about theology and mining in the same breath is not uncommon in Latin America.

Danforth community bring prayers and support for shooting victims

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Memorials continue to grow as Cardinal Thomas Collins asks for prayers for the victims of a shooting spree on Toronto's Danforth Ave. on July 22 that claimed three lives, including a 10-year-old girl.

Young indigenous Canadians celebrate beloved St. Kateri as 'one among us'

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MASKWACIS, Alberta – Young. Indigenous. Committed to the Catholic faith.

New Canadians are keeping the Catholic faith alive

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Anyone who has stepped inside a church in the last 40 years doesn’t need a nationwide poll to tell them that the most religious Canadians are the newest Canadians. Immigrants are driving the bus for almost every faith community in Canada, but none more-so than Catholics.

Ontario sex-ed curriculum back to drawing board

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OTTAWA – The repeal of Ontario’s controversial sex education curriculum by the new government has elicited reactions ranging from jubilation to gloom among Catholic education stakeholders.

Five more businesses join Canada Summer Jobs attestation fight

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OTTAWA – The federal government now faces five federal court legal challenges by private businesses against the Canada Summer Jobs pro-abortion attestation requirement.

Catholic schools stand by values of family life curriculum

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In the wake of Ontario’s new government repealing its sex education curriculum, students in Catholic school classrooms will continue to be taught in “a manner that that conveys, respects and models Catholic principles to our students, said the head of head of Ontario’s Assembly of Catholic Bishops.

Congolese cardinal a strong critic of President Kabila, puts faith ahead of fear

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OTTAWA – There is no room for fear in the life of Cardinal Laurent Monsengwo.