OTTAWA – In the face of persistent assaults on religious freedom and its place in the Canada’s public square, the Christian think tank Cardus has established the Cardus Religious Freedom Institute.

Two new priests ordained for Archdiocese of Toronto

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“You are servants of the glory of God in the face of Jesus Christ. That’s who we are. That’s who the people expect their priests to be,” Cardinal Thomas Collins told his two new priests in his homily.

Cardinal Collins urges Canadian pro-lifers at March for Life to 'speak more loudly by silence'

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OTTAWA, Ontario – Heeding a call from Toronto Cardinal Thomas Collins to "speak more loudly by silence," Canada's largest pro-life march reversed course May 10 after it was blocked for at least 20 minutes by a counterprotest.

Halton school board 'Sanctity of Life' fundraising policy on hold

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Tensions continued to run high as the Halton Catholic District School Board suspended implementation of its controversial fundraising policy.

National March for Life gets message out despite counter-protest

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OTTAWA – Thousands of pro-life Canadians participating in the National March for Life May 10 were forced to reverse course by a small counter-demonstration blocking the route.

Family discussions about end of life are vital, says study

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When Katherine Arnup’s mother had a brain aneurism in 1990, she and her siblings were faced with tough choices.

Companions of the Cross prepare for “something big” with magazine launch

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As the Companions of the Cross marked its Foundation Day May 4, General Superior Fr. Allan MacDonald said he believed God has something in new in mind for the 33-year-old priestly community.

Pro-life advocates challenged to be ‘All In’ at Regina March for Life

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REGINA – Saskatchewan pro-life advocates were challenged to be the difference in bringing an end to abortion at the annual March for Life held in the provincial capital May 8.

Catholic Women's League forms a relationship with the homeless

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Chimene Boyce ran away from home at 15 and spent years living on the streets. She has some simple advice for people wanting to help the homeless.

The fight to bring Ukrainian internee cemetery back to life

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OTTAWA – The graves of at least a dozen Ukrainians who died while interned in a remote camp in Quebec during the First World War are slowly fading into the forest landscape.

Pope Francis unlikely to be swayed by apology motion

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OTTAWA – Pope Francis is unlikely to be swayed by a House of Commons near-unanimous motion calling on him to apologize in Canada for abuses at Catholic run residential schools, said Archbishop Richard Gagnon.