In a unanimous decision, the Saskatchewan Court of Appeal has upheld the right of separate schools in the province to receive government funding for the education of non-Catholic students.

Cardinal Collins issues instructions for Holy Week and Easter

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In a letter to priests of the Archdiocese of Toronto, Cardinal Thomas Collins said it is “essential” to proceed with Holy Week and Easter ceremonies even though every church in Canada’s largest diocese will be closed throughout the holiest days on the Church calendar. 

Priests try to adapt to empty churches

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Parish priests, whose life’s work revolves around other people and their relationship with God, have experienced COVID-19 losses as they adjust to life without Sunday Masses, prayer groups and close contact with parishioners.

As virus sweeps globe, Church keeps the faith

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Catholic dioceses around the world are preparing for a  Holy Week of empty churches and virtual liturgies — and Easter Masses with empty pews — amid widespread global shutdowns to curb the spread of COVID-19.

All churches closed in Archdiocese of Toronto

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After previously cancelling public celebrations of the sacraments including daily and Sunday Masses, the Archdiocese of Toronto has taken the additional step of entirely closing its churches to public access.

Salt + Light takes aim at web world

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Cord-cutting Canadians who are cancelling cable TV services are a conundrum Canada’s Catholic TV service hopes to conquer.

Moms build a 'village' of mentorship for postpartum moms

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VANCOUVER -- It may take a village to raise a child, but Abbotsford mom Renae Regehr recently found herself wondering: what happens when parents don’t have a village to turn to?

A gift for the (medieval) ages...

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Like many bright, young undergraduates, Tony Comper startedwith an ambitious course load last fall, but found he had to back off as the year wore on. 

Group claims physicians being ‘bullied’

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OTTAWA -- An anti-euthanasia doctors group claims health workers are being “bullied” into providing assisted suicide.

Closures put pressure on major campaigns

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The global pandemic that threatens lives is also bad news for Church finances — with Toronto’s ShareLife and the national Share Lent campaigns thrown into uncertainty by school closures and Mass cancellations.

Toronto Good Friday procession cancelled in wake of COVID-19

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The annual Good Friday procession through downtown Toronto streets is another victim of the COVID-19 pandemic.