Quinton Amundson, The Catholic Register

Quinton Amundson, The Catholic Register

A Vatican meeting between Pope Francis and Cuban President and First Secretary Miguel Díaz-Canel on June 20 drew a small protest at the Via della Conciliazione (Road of the Conciliation), the boulevard leading to St. Peter’s Square.

Retired Quebec Justice André Denis has been appointed by the Oblates of Mary Immaculate, OMI Lacombe Canada and the Oblates of the Province of France to lead the Oblate Safeguarding Commission, an independent examination of historical allegations of sexual abuse against Johannes Rivoire.

Marking a “tremendously difficult week,” the small Manitoba city of Dauphin came together to mourn the loss of 16 of its elder members who lost their lives in a horrific June 15 accident.

Catholic lawyers are lamenting the sudden and surprising retirement of Justice Russell Brown, widely regarded as the preeminent conservative justice on the Supreme Court of Canada.

Fr. Andrew Wychucki, pastor of St. Aloysius Church in Allan, Sask., believes his 100-year-old parish could be an archetype of the ideal synodal Church.

A former teacher at St. Thomas Aquinas Regional Secondary School in North Vancouver is facing charges for allegedly committing sexual assault against a student.

The compassion of Christ is what is needed now as the small community of Dauphin, Man., comes to grips with the loss of 15 of its members in a tragic accident on the Trans-Canada Highway, said the parish priest at the local parish.

Fr. Charbel Daw can pinpoint the exact hour he experienced a life-changing encounter with Jesus Christ: Oct. 1, 2000, between 3 to 4 p.m.

Isabel Correa, the Canadian bishops’ World Youth Day coordinator, had anticipated 3,000 Canadians, largely between the ages of 16 to 35, would venture to Lisbon, Portugal for WYD 2023.

A divide among York Catholic school stakeholders made its way down to the student body when a June 8 walkout to protest the board not flying the Pride flag turned violent at a Markham, Ont., school.