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On June 5, Pentecost Sunday, Bishop Douglas Crosby will celebrate the 100th anniversary Mass for Sacred Heart of Jesus Parish overlooking Hamilton, Ont., from Hamilton Mountain.       

Canadian artist Timothy Schmalz installs new pro-life sculpture in Rome

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If "beauty will save the world," as Russian novelist Fyodor Dostoevsky said, then "perhaps beauty can also save the unborn," said Canadian artist Timothy Schmalz.

New Oklahoma law bans nearly all abortions from fertilization stage

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Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt signed into law one of the nation's most restrictive abortion bills May 25, saying he has kept his promise to voters to "sign every piece of pro-life legislation that came across my desk."

Automotive incentive targets trades shortage

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Grade 11 student Robbie Nool has always been fascinated by machines. He’s not sure if he’ll become a mechanic one day but either way will use the skills he’s learning at Bishop Marrocco/Thomas Merton Catholic Secndary School to have confidence with his own vehicle.

Bill S-211 doesn’t go far enough, says Development and Peace

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Canadians don’t know whether their pension fund is booking profits off nine-year-olds packing boxes 10 hours a day in Guatemala, or off of Uygher workers let out of their re-education camps to pick cotton. When Canadians click on a deal while shopping online, they can’t tell whether child or forced labour was part of the bargain price.

The Rock’s flock up against the clock

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Catholic communities throughout Newfoundland are on the clock to save their parishes.

Bishops mark Kamloops anniversary

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Like millions of Canadians who came to see their history in a new light, Canada’s Catholic bishops were galvanized and spurred to action by the discovery of graves at the former Kamloops Indian Residential School one year ago.

School board under fire over assault on Black girl

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An apparent racial assault on a Grade 9 Black girl who was spit on and punched in the face has parents and equity groups fuming at the inaction of Hamilton-Wentworth’s Catholic District School Board.

Disability advocate paints MAiD as racist

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The evidence piling up before a special joint committee on Medical Assistance in Dying includes a disability rights advocate calling Canadian senators and MPs racist and ableist to their faces.

Cordileone 'courageous' for Pelosi statement according to some bishops

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A number of U.S. Catholic bishops praised San Francisco Archbishop Salvatore J. Cordileone for his "courageous" action in declaring May 20 that House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., is not "to be admitted" to Communion because of her stand on legalized abortion.

Cardinal Zen charged with improperly registering fund, pleads not guilty

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Cardinal Joseph Zen Ze-kiun and several others pleaded not guilty in a Hong Kong court to charges of failing to properly register a now-defunct fund to help anti-government protesters.

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