Peter Stockland

Peter Stockland

Peter Stockland is the publisher of The Catholic Register.

Earlier this February, the sovereigns of social media were summoned to Washington, D.C., for what the wise woman of American mainstream media, Peggy Noonan, described in her column as a ritual denunciation and show of outrage by the U.S. Senate’s judiciary committee.

‘The last piece of the puzzle’ marks the 6,000 fleeing famine only to be buried in Canada’s largest mass grave

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau clearly hit the nail on the Nazi head if, as reported, he imposed omerta on his caucus during one of the greatest humiliations in Canadian Parliamentary history.

The last week of September felt like a time to be remembered for Catholic journalism in Canada.

Edmonton Archbishop Richard Smith says he left a recent international conference on Indigenous-Church relations “very encouraged,” but cautioned the Washington, D.C., event was one step on a long path ahead.

The incoming president of the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops has served notice that so-called Medical Assistance in Dying is a no-go for institutions and associations the operate under the Church’s name.

Canada’s Catholic bishops were urged by a Muslim Imam at their annual plenary assembly to speak out for “moral rights” — while also being counselled by a Cardinal to pursue reforms that make the Church “open to all.”

Toronto Archbishop Francis Leo will be at old home week as the new kid on the block when Canada’s Catholic bishops convene for their annual plenary meetings next week.

The absence of human remains following excavations at Manitoba’s former Pine Creek Indian Residential school has attracted international attention in the form of a highly critical article in the New York Post.

Quebec’s Catholic bishops deserve heartfelt commendation for their courage and conviction though the gesture demonstrating it was doomed  to be ignored  before they even made it.