Quinton Amundson, The Catholic Register

Quinton Amundson, The Catholic Register

Winnipeg Archbishop Richard Gagnon said his 40 years of service to the Canadian Catholic Church, first as a priest and then as a bishop, “has gone by so quickly and is so full of events and people.”

A 33-year-old Catholic priest is charged with sexual assault and sexual interference with a minor as a result of an investigation by Peterborough Police Service’s Sexual Offences Unit.

The second half of the 2023 Lac Ste. Anne Pilgrimage in Alberta, which was scheduled from July 21-27, has been cancelled due to “extreme weather.”

One year after the historic papal visit to Canada, positive signs abound.

There is no “quick fix” for a deluge of refugees overflowing Toronto’s shelter system, said Deacon Rudy Ovcjak.

The Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms (JCCF) has filed a constitutional challenge against the Parliamentary Protective Service (PPS) on behalf of the Campaign Life Coalition and a female anti-abortion advocate.

A mother’s love, and her refusal to abort her child more than three decades ago, has culminated in Calgary ordaining its newest priest.

Nation Prospère Acadie is continuing its quest to save historic St. Bernard Church in Digby County, N.S.

The Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops, in a new pastoral letter, is seeking to empower Catholics to reclaim their distinctive perspective and voice in society.

Euthanasia Prevention Coalition executive director Alex Schadenberg and pro-life blogger Patricia Maloney have channeled the mystery-cracking spirit of Sherlock Holmes in a quest to determine how much the Ontario government is paying for medical assistance in dying (MAiD).