Luke Mandato, The Catholic Register

Luke Mandato, The Catholic Register

Luke Mandato is a general reporter for The Catholic Register.

St. Ignatius Parish prepared its youth for Easter in what is becoming an annual tradition at the Winnipeg parish.

On Good Friday, St. Ignatius was hosting its second Children’s Way of the Cross — an event run by and for kids. It’s an interactive and family-oriented experience that engages kids in the traditional observance of the Stations of the Cross. 

Students at a Catholic school in Brooklin, Ont., have deepened their understanding of Holy Week through the process of crafting their own personal Crosses. 

A new television program airing March 30 looks to combine sacred music performances with riveting discussions from local ministers of the Catholic Church.

This month marks 21 years since a church-led meal program began serving hot meals to those in need in Newmarket, Ont., and it shows no sign of slowing down anytime soon. 

Christian physicians in Nova Scotia have taken up the fight against the province’s College of Physicians and Surgeons over a policy that would force physicians to refer patients for euthanasia, abortion and transgender services. 

An upcoming lecture at St. Jerome’s University will give a glimpse into the role gender plays within the Catholic Church and how it’s adapted and expanded over time. 

The newest workshop from the Office of Catholic Youth is delving into Scripture, aiming to help young adults answer one of life’s great questions: “Who am I?”

The workshop “(Re)discovering Who We Are: God’s Answer to the Question of Identity” took place March 13 at St. Thomas More Parish in Scarborough and explored the speculative side of personal identity through the Catholic lens. 

The streets of Toronto will once again be lined with people sporting green, white and orange as the annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade takes over the heart of downtown on the big day — March 17. 

The Diocese of Hamilton and Development and Peace - Caritas Canada are harnessing the power of film to educate people on social issues across the globe in a casual yet engaging way. 

Each month, Ignite young adult ministry welcomes young guests for a unique spin on a Bible study mixer, hosting monthly Bible and Beer sessions at St. Patrick’s Church in downtown Toronto.