Youth Speak News

Standing out from the final day of Pope Francis’ penitential pilgrimage to foster reconciliation with Canada’s Indigenous peoples was his remarks to Inuit youth in Iqaluit.

Author unites faith, science in new book

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David Goulet’s Halos Rising challenges Catholic youth to envision the future of sainthood.

Serving a dish of passion with a side of initiative

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Alberta teen Mary Beazer is off to a sizzling start in pursuing her passion to become a professional chef.

Stand by and for the truth

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“We are called to be completely faithful.” 

Catholic summer camp season is upon us

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Catholic summer camp organizers are feeling a sense of renewal as day-to-day activities are set to operate in a manner akin to pre-pandemic times.

Roe v. Wade: now what?

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Roe v. Wade, the most potent legal precedent in the arsenal of pro-abortion activists, has been overturned.

A ‘new normal’ unlike the old

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The pandemic has changed the way students have learned over two years. We experienced a change in semester learning, pivoted from in-person to virtual learning many times and could not spend time with our friends and family. Although, with schools reopening, clubs and sports returning and overnight trips and camps running, we were now experiencing a “new normal.”

Steubenville Atlantic is back on track

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For the first time since 2019, the Archdiocese of Halifax-Yarmouth will stage a summer Steubenville conference for high school students. 

Students look forward to The Daily Grind

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Every good coffee shop needs three key ingredients: good coffee, good ambience and good community. St. John Brebeuf Secondary’s new cafe, The Daily Grind, has all three.

Get engaged politically

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Ontarians went to the polls just over three weeks ago., with the Progressive Conservatives elected with a mass majority, but this election featured record-low voter turnout, with less than half of eligible voters showing up to the polls.

Students recognized for reconciliation vision

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Dealing with Canada’s residential school history is challenging enough for the best of us, but two Vancouver Catholic school students are being recognized nationally for their clear vision of a “reconciled Canada.”