Luke Mandato, The Catholic Register

Luke Mandato, The Catholic Register

Luke Mandato is a general reporter for The Catholic Register.

Catholic Cemeteries’ of the Archdiocese of Toronto is inviting families to participate in this year’s 37th Annual Mass for the Faithful Departed. 

As part of an ongoing collaboration with the Archdiocese of Toronto’s Office of Formation for Discipleship, the University of Dayton in Ohio has released a number of new courses in conjunction with its Virtual Learning Community for Faith Formation (VLCFF) program. 

While St. Patrick’s Church in Halifax remains closed due to structural concerns, parish and community members are still waiting with bated breath for an official decision that will decide the fate of the property.

The site of one of Ontario’s first-ever cooperative housing projects received a special blessing alongside its newly installed commemorative plaque that marked 68 years since the initial blessing of the site's constructors by Bishop Francis Marrocco. 

Following years of development and circulation in other parts of the world, a unique course that teaches the importance of Christ-centred communication has made its way to Canada’s east coast. 

One student's graduation from King’s University College this month marked the culmination of a determined and lifetime pursuit of higher education. 

Six decades after being established as Kingston's first church following the Second Vatican Council, the community at St. Joseph's Church remains a vital, and growing, part of the community. 

With the Steubenville Toronto youth conference seemingly burned out and faded away, the symposium that provides teens the chance to encounter Christ looks to be slowly finding new life after a four-year hiatus. 

St. Patrick’s Summer Street Patrol program is returning for a 29th year of service next month as part of a continued effort to provide full stomachs and smiling faces to Toronto’s most vulnerable. 

Much has changed over the past 50 years, but at York University, one constant is the presence of its Catholic chaplaincy.