The pro-life group 40 Days for Life has successfully blocked a legal motion that might have quashed its defamation lawsuit against a pro-choice advocate who sought to “ruin” its campaign.

Synodal process extended by a year

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The Synod on Synodality is getting bigger — globally and in Canada.

Student mental health educators’ top concern

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With schools slowly getting back to normal following the global pandemic, the Catholic Independent Schools of Vancouver Archdiocese is trying to help Catholic school principals address their greatest concerns.

Newfoundland parishioners feel ‘betrayed’ by archbishop

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Some parishioners refused to attend the final Mass at Newfoundland’s Holy Rosary Church, angered by what they see as a “betrayal” over closure of their parish after being led to believe it could remain open.

Meeting God among the Navy SEALs and cowboys

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It took me a while to figure out how to tell you about the men’s retreat, Man in the Arena, hosted by Life Restoration Ministries.

Fr. Soria was Opus Dei founder’s personal physician

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Fr. Joseph Soria, who was a Vancouver priest as well as personal physician to Opus Dei founder St. Josemaria Escriva, has died at the age of 90.

Hope high that court will overturn refugee ruling

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It will likely be months before refugee advocates, including the Canadian Council of Churches, know whether they have prevailed at the Supreme Court. But for now, council general secretary Rev. Peter Noteboom is satisfied that the argument to strike down the Safe Third Country Agreement between the United States and Canada has been heard.

Sagrada Familia upholds faith in secular world

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Located on a quiet street in downtown Ottawa, the Church of Sagrada Familia (Holy Family) and the 400-500 families that worship there form a microcosm of the Spanish-speaking world in the heart of the nation’s capital.

Conscience rights battle carries on despite Bill C-230 defeat

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Bill C-230 — which aimed to enhance the rights of medical personnel who refuse to participate in medically assisted death for reasons of conscience — has died in the House of Commons, but its supporters vow to keep up the fight for the rights of physicians and patients.

Safe Third Country Agreement before Supreme Court

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As Canada’s Safe Third Country Agreement with the United States goes back before the Supreme Court of Canada Oct. 6, Ottawa has revealed a surge of 23,358 asylum seekers at irregular border crossings in the first eight months of 2022.

Alberta opens path to religious migrants

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The Government of Alberta is expanding its provincial immigration program to invite more religious workers from abroad to seek or obtain permanent residency.