An Armenian Catholic bishop told OSV News he hopes that "history will not repeat itself" following a Sept. 20 ceasefire in Nagorno-Karabakh.

Gender ideology rallies draw thousands, for and against


Hundreds of parents, grandparents, kids and parental rights activists participating in the 1 Million March 4 Children stood in front of the Harry Hays Building in downtown Calgary today, brandishing signs declaring, “leave our kids alone” and “education, not indoctrination.”

MAiD, Indigenous issues on plenary plate


Toronto Archbishop Francis Leo will be at old home week as the new kid on the block when Canada’s Catholic bishops convene for their annual plenary meetings next week.

Russian drones destroy Caritas warehouse in overnight Ukraine attack, killing one


A Russian aerial attack on the western Ukrainian city of Lviv has killed one and destroyed a warehouse belonging to Caritas-Spes, the Roman Catholic mission of Caritas in Ukraine.

Quebec dioceses united under one bishop


The Dioceses of Amos and Rouyn-Noranda have been united in persona episcopi (in the person of the bishop) under Bishop Guy Boulanger.

Vatican astronomer helps NASA in historic mission to study asteroid


Jesuit Brother Bob Macke, a Vatican astronomer and meteorite expert, has built a custom device for studying material from the first U.S. mission to collect a sample from an asteroid.

Taking care of table tennis business


Table tennis and business management apparently have a lot more in common than most would imagine.

Streaming service brings faith to life


Binge-watching is taking on new meaning at parishes across the Archdiocese of Vancouver as the FORMED Catholic streaming service transforms the way ministries access content for catechesis and sacramental preparation.

Behind the mask of loneliness


Loneliness is creating headlines around the world, though not so much in Canada, even if we are part of the same trend across the anglo-world.

NWT slowly getting back to normal; first Mass celebrated


Bishop Jon Hansen spoke to an “essentially full” St. Patrick’s Co-Cathedral on Sept. 10, in front of Yellowknife Catholics eager to congregate after nearly a month of being deprived of their home and parish community due to the rampant wildfires.

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