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Windsor scholar studies rise in local anti-Semitism

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Persistent prejudice is inspiring one Catholic scholar to respond with persistent and faithful research.

Catholic student reporter says he was fired for beliefs

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A student journalist at Toronto’s Ryerson University is claiming damages from the school’s volunteer student newspaper, saying he was kicked off the paper’s roster of writers for his Catholic beliefs.

Ontario’s assisted suicide numbers on the rise

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OTTAWA -- The number of people legally put to death in Canada’s largest province continues to go up year after year, new statistics from the Office of Ontario’s Chief Coroner indicate.

Seahawks’ Willson guided by God’s will

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Resilience and acceptance defined Seattle Seahawks’ tight end Luke Willson’s 2020 NFL campaign.

Abuse awareness program puts Kids in the Know

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With up to one-quarter of youth experiencing sexual victimization by the time they turn 18, the national Kids in the Know program aims to arm students with knowledge and safety strategies to prevent abuse and exploitation.

Youngest member sees future in CWL

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As the newest and youngest member of the Catholic Women’s League (CWL) at St. Anthony’s Parish in Bloomfield, P.E.I., Joanie Chislett hopes to carry the rich legacy of the organization forward to future generations.

Scholarship honours pair who serve

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Two social workers with Catholic Family Services of Simcoe County are the latest recipients of the annual Fr. Paul Lennon/Doreen Cullen Social Work Scholarship.

St. Joseph’s reborn at Morrow Park

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Years of construction are finally complete and St. Joseph’s Morrow Park Catholic Secondary School just awaits the lifting of pandemic restrictions to welcome students to their new home.

Archdiocese liable for Mount Cashel settlement

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The Archdiocese of St. John’s is responsible for paying victims of child abuse at the Newfoundland’s infamous Mount Cashel Orphanage.

Without housing, poverty plan is ‘window dressing’

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Ontario’s plan to help poor people has left a lot of blanks yet to be filled, said the executive director of Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Toronto.