With few options for things to do on a Saturday night during a pandemic, some Catholic youth are still finding ways to go to the movies together.

Ottawa students drive equity message forward

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A student-led Black Lives Matter (BLM) t-shirt initiative at Notre Dame Catholic High School in Ottawa’s west end aims to keep dialogue around anti-Black racism alive.

Religious raise concerns with Development and Peace investigation by Canadian bishops

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The three-year investigation into Development and Peace partners by the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops and senior Development and Peace management is raising questions among Canada’s religious sisters and priests.

St. Joseph Seminary rector appointed as new bishop of Prince Albert

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Father Stephen Hero, a former associate pastor and vocations director who grew up in Edmonton and spent nine years as rector of St. Joseph Seminary, has been appointed as the new bishop of Prince Albert, Sask.

Regis-St. Mike’s merger takes big steps forward

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By June Toronto’s two pre-eminent graduate schools of theology should be ready to present a united front in the world of advanced scholarship.

MAiD opponents vow to continue euthanasia fight after passing of Bill C-7

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OTTAWA -- Opponents may have lost another battle in the fight against medical assistance in dying (MAiD) but they are promising to fight on.

B.C. court maintains ban on church services

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VANCOUVER -- B.C. Supreme Court Chief Justice Christopher Hinkson has upheld the public health order banning in-person religious services in British Columbia.

March for Life back on Parliament Hill

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OTTAWA -- The largest annual pro-life event in Canada will be on back on Parliament Hill in the nation’s capital in May, according to a key event organizer, although how many pro-life Canadians will actually rally in Ottawa at the March For Life remains an open question.

Race to help global poor in COVID vaccination hits a snag

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A proposal aimed at getting vaccines into arms south of the equator ran up against demands for more information from rich countries, including Canada, at a Geneva meeting of the World Trade Organization committee on patent and intellectual property rights March 10 and 11.

Christians across Canada are taking aim at China's Communist party with prayer

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The power of prayer is being marshalled across Canada to call out abuse of power by China’s Communist Party in a national, ecumenical Zoom liturgy scheduled for March 21.

University of Sudbury rekindles French roots

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In the midst of bankruptcy proceedings at Laurentian University, the University of Sudbury is going back to its francophone roots.