In the midst of the Christmas season, Dan Cere sees signs of Easter in the Archdiocese of Montreal.

Published in Peter Stockland

The Boucher Report, released on Nov. 25 by the Archdiocese of Montreal, makes for distressing reading. The tale told therein also illustrates how failures in Canada may have contributed to the significant reforms made by Pope Francis last year aimed at changing the culture of episcopal governance.

Published in Fr. Raymond de Souza

Secrets, lies and threatened lawsuits protected Brian Boucher through two decades of priestly life before Montreal Church authorities finally investigated the former pastor’s bizarre, aggressive and abusive behaviour.

Published in Canada

Constant vigilance will be the unofficial motto for Catholic Church leadership in Quebec and Ontario for the foreseeable future as epidemiologists have declared the second wave of COVID-19 is underway in Canada’s two most populous provinces.

Published in Canada

The Archdiocese of Montreal and four smaller dioceses within its ecclesiastical province have enlisted a former judge to conduct an external audit of files on the sexual abuse of minors dating back to 1950.

Published in Canada

Five Montreal-area dioceses have hired a retired judge to examine seven decades of archival files to shed light on credible reports of sexual abuse by clergy that have been kept silent.

Published in Canada

OTTAWA - Asylum seekers need honest information about their chances of remaining in Canada, said the woman who runs the Archdiocese of Montreal’s outreach to refugees.

Published in Canada

The people of the Archdiocese of Montreal have been asked to pray for popular Cardinal Jean-Claude Turcotte as he lies ill in hospital. 

Published in Canada

The Archdiocese of Montreal is hoping to score some points with the faithful by encouraging parishioners to light digital prayer candles for the Montreal Canadiens.  

Published in Canada