The Catholic Register is the steward of a great treasure comprising 125 years of Canadian Church history.

Now that vast newspaper archive — which dates back to 1893 and totals almost 6,000 issues and more than 120,000 pages — has been transformed into an easily accessible and searchable pages available over the Internet.

This important archive of Canadian Church history is offered exclusively at no additional cost to subscribers of The Catholic Register digital newspaper


Take a moment to view samples of Archive pages. 


Enjoying the Archive is free with a subscription to The Catholic Register Digital Edition. No special app or plug-in is required. Access is simple anywhere the Internet is available.

Digital Edition subscriptions start at just $9.99.

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If you already have a digital subscription, simply log in to enter the Archive.

Remember, every active digital subscriber has free and unlimited access to the Archive. So subscribers get two great products for the price of one.

Every current issue of The Catholic Register is available in digital format, which means the entire paper and Archive can be read — anywhere, anytime — on your smartphone, tablet, laptop or desktop computer.

In addition to viewing samples from our Archive, you are also invited to sample our Digital Edition.

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