{mosimage}TORONTO - A new Toronto-based monthly online magazine dedicated to the pro-life cause has just launched.

Jennifer Ha started www.lifeimmeasurable.com from home on a shoestring budget in August.

ShareLife tops goal by $1.6 million

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{mosimage}TORONTO - ShareLife raised $13,645,967 in this year’s fund-raising campaign to support charities throughout the archdiocese of Toronto , surpassing the goal of $12 million set when the campaign kicked off earlier this year.

Collection for Needs of the Church set for Sept. 30

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{mosimage}OTTAWA - The annual Collection for the Needs of the Church to fund the activities of the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops will take place Sept. 30, 2007.

Called to serve St. Mike’s for 45 years

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{mosimage}TORONTO - When Chuckie Shevlen graduated after three years of nursing school at St. Michael’s Hospital in 1965, she decided to stay on and work at the hospital for a few years because “it seemed like the logical thing to do.”

50th anniversary for St. Gregory’s

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{mosimage}TORONTO - St. Gregory’s Church in Etobicoke is celebrating its 50th anniversary as a parish on Sept. 16 with a 3 p.m. Mass

Abortion images hit Calgary streets

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{mosimage}CALGARY - The Canadian Centre for Bio-Ethical Reform is sponsoring an 11-metre-long box-bodied truck with billboards showing aborted fetuses that began cruising the streets of Calgary on Aug. 8.

Catholic bishops don't sign on to Afghanistan letter

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{mosimage}The Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops has declined an invitation to sign a letter from faith leaders to Prime Minister Stephen Harper on Afghanistan because it doesn’t go far enough. The letter from a dozen church leaders asks Harper’s government to engage in negotiations with willing representatives of the Taliban and change the focus of Canadian operations in Afghanistan to diplomacy and aid.

Ouellet hopes congress will revive Christian roots

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{mosimage}MONTREAL - Cardinal Marc Ouellet hopes the 2008 Eucharistic Congress in Quebec City next June will revive Canada’s Christian roots and reverse the effects of secularization.

Man held in Montreal nun's murder

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{mosimage}MONTREAL - A man with a history of psychological problems is being held in the brutal beating death of an 80-year-old Montreal nun.

Sullivan appointed to Pontifical Academy for Life

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{mosimage}TORONTO - Toronto’s Dr. Bill Sullivan, the founding executive director of the Canadian Catholic Bioethics Institute and president of the International Association of Catholic Bioethicists, has been appointed to the Pontifical Academy for Life.

Markham woman jailed over fake church receipts

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{mosimage}TORONTO - A Markham tax preparer who provided clients with bogus receipts for donations to Catholic parishes in the archdiocese of Toronto has been sentenced to two years in jail.