Quinton Amundson, The Catholic Register

Quinton Amundson, The Catholic Register

While attending Mass at St. Vital Catholic Church in Winnipeg in 2020, Bisong Taiwo’s cinematic eye was entranced by the lighting of the Stations of the Cross sculptures hanging on the walls. 

Anne and Dane MacCarthy’s 61-year marriage rooted their commitment to Catholic tradition.

The team of the Newman Centre Catholic Chaplaincy at the University of Toronto was struck by inspiration while planning activities for the 2022-23 academic year. They realized a lot of the program’s alumni have met, fallen in love and even married at the centre.

Believed to be the largest wooden church in North America, the historic Église Sainte-Marie in Church Point, N.S., will be sold or demolished in the upcoming weeks.

As war rages in Ukraine, Canadian settlement assistance groups have rallied their forces to help 132,000 Ukrainian nationals fleeing the violence. 

Opponents of MAiD have a golden “window of opportunity” to change public opinion, but the trade-off is they can’t slam the door shut on those with differing views, warns veteran physician Dr. Peggy Gibson.

Kevin Dunn is immersed in what he considers “perhaps the most important project of my career as a broadcaster and a filmmaker.”

A Jan. 12 decision by the Newfoundland Labrador Supreme Court is expected to solidify and focus the compensation claims process for the victims of abuse at the Mount Cashel Orphanage in St. John’s in the 1940s, ’50s and ’60s. 

It was February 1984 in Sarajevo. The sporting world migrated to the capital city of Bosnia — at the time Bosnia and Herzegovina constituted a state in the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia — for the Winter Olympics. 

January 20, 2023

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