OTTAWA – A Toronto pro-life group has failed to get an injunction against the pro-abortion attestation required in the Canada Summer Jobs application.

A couple that prays together, stays 70 years together

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Gasperino De Gasperis is a tough, but gentle soul, while his wife Elena is a regular spitfire. After 70 years of marriage, they still make each other laugh.

Canadian delegates chosen for pre-synod youth meeting at Vatican

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The Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops have announced the names of two Canadian young adults who will be attending as delegates at the Vatican's pre-synod meeting.

Canada's bishops keep up abortion fight 30 years after Morgentaler decision

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OTTAWA – Thirty years after Canada’s abortion law was struck down, Catholic bishops and pro-life groups are as determined as ever to battle for the protection of unborn human life.

Pro-life centre refutes claims on graphic abortion images

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The anti-abortion organization cited by the employment minister for questionable use of an employment subsidy refutes claims it provoked the government into forcing all Canada Summer Jobs applicants to attest that their “core mandate” supports a woman’s right to obtain an abortion.

Cardinal Collins joins more than 80 religious leaders asking government to drop Summer Jobs attestation

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TORONTO – Eighty-seven religious leaders, including Toronto Cardinal Thomas Collins, have called on the Canadian government to strike down a new policy that forces organizations seeking summer jobs grants to accept the pro abortion and gender policies of the Liberal Party.

ISARC making billion-plus budget push for affordable housing

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Religious organizations that run Ontario’s food banks, shelters, soup kitchens and more are asking for an immediate $1.3 billion investment in affordable, subsidized social housing.

EQAO student testing debate heating up again

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As Ontario thaws out from a deep freeze, schools and administration offices across the province are heating up a two-decade old debate.

Canadian bishops relying on youth for Synod 2018 guidance

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As Canada’s bishop delegates prepare for this fall’s Synod on Young People in Rome, one objective is immediately clear — the voices of the young must take centre stage.

Chaldean Bishop Biwai Soro is on a new world mission

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Chaldean Bishop Biwai Soro had been a priest and pastor for more than a decade when he stumbled on a simpler, more basic understanding of priesthood.

New mining ombudsperson greeted with guarded optimism

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Church agencies in Latin America and the Philippines are cautiously welcoming Ottawa’s move to set up a Canadian Ombudsperson for Responsible Enterprise who will have power to investigate human rights abuses and environmental damage associated with Canadian-owned or operated mines abroad.