Mickey Conlon, The Catholic Register

Mickey Conlon, The Catholic Register

It wasn’t an easy path to the priesthood for newly ordained Resurrectionist Fr. Raphael Ma.

George Linton understands the power of music and how much joy it can bring.

The reality of a dwindling, aging community is setting in for the Ursuline Sisters of Chatham, but it won’t keep them from continuing the work they’ve carried out for more than a century and a half in southwestern Ontario.

Teacher layoffs will be a reality for some York Catholic teachers as the school board struggles with an anticipated $7.7 million budget shortfall for the 2019-20 school year.

Coming out of the much-publicized hazing scandal that led to sexual assault charges against seven of its students, St. Michael’s College School is well-positioned to take the lead in combatting bullying in schools, says the lawyer leading the school’s culture review.

A longstanding tradition is coming to an end this summer as the Knights of Columbus discard the ceremonial capes and plumed chapeaus of its Fourth Degree members.

When Timothy Schmalz was envisioning how best to portray Christ in his When I Was Naked sculpture, he was stumped.

Amanda Fellows has seen all too closely how generational poverty keeps perpetuating itself.

The odds weigh heavily against Bill C-418, Conservative MP David Anderson’s private member’s bill to enshrine conscience rights for health-care providers on assisted suicide, as the first hour of debate is set for Parliament May 29.

An Ontario Court of Appeal ruling that upheld limits on health care workers’ conscience rights shows the need for governments legislation to protect those who can’t be part of a procedure that runs up against their moral or religious beliefs, said the executive director of Canadian Physicians for Life.