Wojtek Wolski has gone from being a can’t-miss prospect from St. Michael’s College to a disillusioned young man who wanted to quit hockey, to a hospital patient facing a long comeback after shattering injury, and now to a person who has a shot at Olympic glory.

Abortion clinic ‘bubble zones’ don’t stop pro-life voice

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OTTAWA – The pro-life movement is not going away despite “bubble zones,” advocates vowed on the first day of Ontario’s new law against protests outside abortion clincs.

Court decision on assisted suicide referrals opens door for other challenges

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While doctors who lost their right to practise medicine according to their conscience contemplate a legal appeal, a prominent pro-euthanasia organization suspects faith-based hospitals, nursing homes and hospices may be next to face demands to accommodate euthanasia and assisted suicide.

St. Josephine Bakhita puts fresh face on parish diversity

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From slavery to sainthood, the story of St. Josephine Bakhita is one of resilience and faith.

St. Michael’s Choir School receives $11 million from Ontario government

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The halls of St. Michael’s Choir School were filled with a lot more than music on Feb. 7.

No compromise on Canada Summer Jobs policy

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Catholic agencies that alter the controversial reproductive rights attestation on the Canada Summer Jobs application will be denied grant money, according to a government spokesperson.

St. Francis Xavier’s Canadian tour leaves a lasting legacy

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OTTAWA – Nearly 80,000 people across Canada thronged to see the relic of St. Francis Xavier that made a coast-to-coast pilgrimage Dec. 26-Feb. 3.

Report ignores ‘actual’ religious discrimination, civil rights league charges

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OTTAWA – A government report on religious discrimination has overlooked Ottawa’s own failings, including its conduct in the Canada Summer Jobs controversy, according to the president of the Catholic Civil Rights League.

Picking up the #MeToo pieces: Catholic groups help with healing

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Women have come together and said Me Too. Men and women have come together and said Time’s Up. Now, it is time to ask What’s Next?

Bubble zones around abortion clinics in effect

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Ontario’s new 50-metre, protest-free bubble zones around abortion clinics officially came into effect Feb. 1.

Doctors who object to assisted suicide must give referrals, court rules

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A doctor’s conscience takes a back seat to a patient’s right to have medical procedures such as assisted suicide and abortion, Ontario’s Divisional Court ruled Jan. 31.