Honouring Toronto’s Cardinal Thomas Collins for the thousands of refugees he has brought to Canada came quite naturally to the community at the Chaldean Catholic Cathedral of the Good Shepherd.

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When the migrant ships loaded with thousands fleeing Ireland’s Great Famine set sail in 1847, little was it known how this great migration would change — and continue to change — the face of a small town in the interior of a land an ocean away.

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The first ever dean of a combined Regis College-University of St. Michael’s graduate faculty of theology is the first Eastern-rite Catholic in charge of theology at either school and the first lay person who does not belong to a religious order to hold the top academic job at the Jesuits’ Regis College.

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Holding her high school’s first free menstrual product dispenser against the washroom wall, period rights activist Jada Malott couldn’t help but get emotional as she watched the facility service person screw in the bolts.

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Nobody was expecting Indigenous elder John Robinson to die. “He hadn’t been feeling well for a few days. I finally told him, ‘Enough, you have to go to the hospital,’ ” his grieving daughter Jessica Robinson-Sibbald told The Catholic Register. “He had a massive heart attack at the hospital.”

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Efforts to move the Bond Place emergency shelter located roughly 30 metres from the St. Michael’s Choir School — futile so far — have left concerned parent Jennifer Franssen Keenan demoralized and on the verge of despair.

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What began as a class assignment has landed London, Ont., teen Tyrell Campbell a spot on Hockey Canada’s Diversity & Inclusion Advisory Group and caught the eye of National Hockey League officials.

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With an ever-growing housing crisis in Nova Scotia, the Archdiocese of Halifax-Yarmouth has extended its emergency shelter initiative.

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Employees in Alberta will now be entitled to bereavement leave following any pregnancy that doesn’t end in a live birth, regardless of the reason or timing.

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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.       

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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.

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

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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.

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When it comes to vocational discernment some people don’t need to search, while others find a call to military service amongst the patchworked fruits of a short stint in seminary. 

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For the Diversity Club at Sudbury, Ont’s St. Benedict Catholic School, the conversation on water and what it means in Indigenous cultures began on Earth Day.

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