There was a sea of youth in a Brampton, Ont., convention centre on March 7 to meet four men about to be ordained priests, plus an array of habited sisters there to explain their lives under vows.

Help is a call away for trafficking victims

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The latest weapon aimed at the heart of Ontario’s pimps and purveyors of flesh is a toll-free phone number.

Crusading journalist ‘fighting the fight’

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Victor Malarek believes he was born with a sword in hand to fight for those who can’t fight for themselves. In fact, he made a career out of it. 

Budget 2018: More cash, but Canada still missing foreign aid target

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Canada is on track to fall even further behind other countries in doing its bit for the world’s most vulnerable populations, despite an extra $200 million injected into the 2018 foreign aid budget.

Ontario pro-life campus groups consider appeal

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OTTAWA – Two student pro-life clubs and a men’s issues association are considering whether to appeal a Feb. 26 court decision that upheld the right of student unions to deny organizations official club status on campus.

Canada's gender-based budget falls short, Christian think tanks say

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OTTAWA – The Liberal government, which tabled Canada’s first gender-based budget Feb. 27, received mixed reviews from think tanks devoted to Christian social teaching.

Immigrants lead way in Catholic giving

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The future of giving in Canada’s Catholic Church has only just arrived, or at least it arrived within the last generation.

Canada Summer Jobs controversy could affect charitable status, warns Raitt

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OTTAWA – The Canada Summer Jobs attestation controversy has put the charitable status of many organizations at risk, a former Conservative cabinet minister warns.

Beyond the priesthood debate: What influence do women have in the Church?

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Does the Church belong to women? Can the Church be led by women? From a young woman’s perspective, those questions have already been answered.