Quinton Amundson, The Catholic Register

Quinton Amundson, The Catholic Register

As the statues fall across the nation, there is little positive sculptor Timothy Schmalz can glean from the anger and destruction.

With 20 churches across Canada — mostly Catholic — torched by mid-July in the fallout of the discovery of unmarked graves at former residential schools, the silence from political leaders has been deafening, says Deacon Andrew Bennett.

The Catholic Civil Rights League (CCRL) has condemned the rash of church fires and vandalism that has taken place across Canada, particularly in the west, since the discovery of graves at former residential schools.

The Hunchback of Notre Dame at 25: ‘The Most R-Rated G You Will Ever See.’ ”

Congratulations on navigating another year of school burdened with COVID-19 adversity. I cannot understate that kids, teens, young adults and mature students alike all deserve to bask in the glow of summer vacation.

Canada’s Catholic pilgrimage industry is poised to make a comeback this autumn as long as the COVID-19 metrics keep trending in the right direction.

Regina Archbishop Donald Bolen is honouring a request made by the Star Blanket Cree Nation to remove the statue of Fr. Joseph Hugonard from the Sacred Heart Catholic cemetery in Lebret, Sask.

It’s been quite an extraordinary couple weeks for 16-year-old goaltender Taya Currie.

Three congregants of GraceLife Church near Spruce Grove Alta., are joining their pastor’s fight for religious freedom after a provincial court ruled Pastor James Coates’ religious and life, liberty and security freedoms were not infringed by pandemic regulations.

June 4, 2017 was a landmark day in Lt.-Col. Joseph Nonato’s life where he felt like he was answering God’s will. That was the day the Brampton, Ont., product carved a place in history as the first Filipino-Canadian to assume command of the Royal Regiment of Canada at the Fort York Armoury in Toronto.