QUEBEC CITY - Thirty-one years after Samuel de Champlain founded Quebec City in 1608, three Ursuline sisters arrived in New France packing little more than their simple possessions and their faith. Today the sisters who inherited that founding legacy are set to leave their grand motherhouse in much the same way.

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The Centre Dieu is in a Quebec City mall, but not of it.

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Regardless of where you stand on the nasty public spat involving the president of the University of St. Michael’s College and some school faculty, it seems fundamentally obvious that a Catholic institution of higher education should promote a visible and distinctly Catholic identity.

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TORONTO – Bullet holes and blood splatter still marked the walls. Carpets were stained. Even shoes and boots, removed before prayers and lined up, stood abandoned.

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QUEBEC CITY – People of many faiths gathered for a solidarity Mass at Notre-Dame-de-Foy church, next to the mosque belonging to the Quebec Islamic Cultural Centre, where six men were killed by a gunman while they were praying.

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OTTAWA –Catholic leaders have expressed condolences and solidarity in prayer with Canadian Muslims after a shooting at a Quebec City mosque Jan. 29 that killed six and injured many more.

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The first death by legal euthanasia in Canadian history has occurred, according to a Quebec healthcare spokesperson.

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OTTAWA - A high-profile Cuban cardinal with a French Canadian connection will lend a latin touch to the Canadian bishops annual conference this year. 

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CBC budget cuts in April that will cost more than 600 employees their jobs left the weekly Mass in French relatively unscathed.

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