Catholic Register Staff

Catholic Register Staff

On hearing that Montreal Bishop Frank Leo would succeed him as Archbishop of Toronto, Cardinal Thomas Collins immediately thought of Toronto’s first bishop, Michael Power. At a parish feast day Mass in Our Lady of Lourdes, downtown Toronto, Collins reminded the congregation how Toronto’s first bishop also came from Montreal and was also, as a priest, vicar of English-speaking Montrealers.

Testimony of Dr. Heidi Janz, a post-doctoral fellow at the University of Manitoba and a disability rights advocate, to Parliament’s Special Joint Committee on Medical Assistance in Dying, on Nov 22, 2022.

Nancy Brown, Sister of Charity, has fought against human trafficking for more than 20 years.

The expansion of assisted suicide in Canada to those suffering solely from mental illness is being delayed by a year.

The homily given by Cardinal Michael Czerny S.J., head of the Vatican dicastery for promoting integral human development, at the Pax Christi Conference closing Mass.

Cardinal Marc Ouellet has vehemently rejected a new accusation of sexual misconduct involving a female complainant while he led the Archdiocese of Quebec.

Hope springs

I wonder if there will be an editorial entitled “Hope for 2023?” 

A teacher with the Halton Catholic District School Board is facing child pornography and luring charges.

Losing Lewis

I found myself muttering “too bad” when Charles Lewis noted he is retiring from The Catholic Register. 

A statement by Cardial Thomas Collins, archbishop of Toronto, on the passing of Pope Benedict XVI.