Wendy-Ann Clarke, The Catholic Register

Wendy-Ann Clarke, The Catholic Register

A student program by Development and Peace-Caritas Canada is giving young people the opportunity to put their faith into action through the completion of social justice activities in their school community. 

A recent photo created by an app showing Pope Francis wearing a designer bomber jacket went viral on social media, fooling millions around the world. 

Dr. Agnes Thomas’ depth of experience, gleaned from years of service to several communities, has led to a new role as executive director of Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Toronto.

After years of serving his community as a teacher, Peter Mamer has found another rewarding way of giving back.

As Tyrone Dowling settles into his new role as director of education with the Waterloo Catholic District School Board, he’s keeping equity front and centre.

With candidates in full campaign mode for upcoming municipal elections across Ontario next month, there appears to be a re-invigorated interest in Catholic school board trustee positions.

A striking bronze statue commemorating St. Francis Xavier has been placed on a plinth in front of St. Francis Xavier Church in Tottenham, Ont., signalling post-COVID re-opening to faith.

Graduating with stellar grades isn’t easy but it also doesn’t mean having your head in a book all day. Just ask some of the York Catholic District School Board’s 2022 top scholars.

St. André Bessette has been named patron saint of Ontario’s Huron-Perth Catholic District School Board (HPCDSB) in recognition of the special place he has in the hearts of those in the region.

For the past decade, high school chaplain Tony Whelan has been raising the moral and ethical question as to whether violent sports should have a place in Catholic schools.