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MISSISSUAGA - Fr. Carlos Macatangga said that Christ died on the cross so that we might have eternal life.

Better tech means better events for Vancouver youth

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VANCOUVER - A team of local missionaries is hoping to spend less time fundraising and more time in the field thanks to funding they’ll receive from the Archdiocese of Vancouver.

Toronto students connect with old Church in Europe

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Jacob Boodoo hadn’t set foot on a plane since he was two years old so boarding a flight to Europe during March break was already an adventure for the 16-year-old.

Toronto Catholic school board launches new interfaith youth alliance

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Sixteen-year-old Mariam Khoshaba is determined to see a future of world religions united in purpose — even if it’s one name tag at a time.

Friars' Writing Contest: Students speak out on healing broken world

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The entrants in the annual Friars’ Student Writing Contest did not make it easy on judges from The Catholic Register

The contest drew many quality essays on the question referring to Deuteronomy 16:18-30: How can Catholics and Christians of all denominations unite to create a more just society and be examples of Christ’s healing grace in a broken world?

Last week we published the winning entry from Lucas Georgey of St. Michael’s Choir School. This week, we feature the second and third place winners — Vincent Pham from Chaminade College School and Nathan Nambiar from St. Francis Xavier Secondary School. Pham has earned the second-place prize of an iPad while Nambiar is awarded a Google Home smart speaker.


Calgary fosters culture of life at TOB conference

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Calgary’s first Theology of the Body conference was Bishop William McGrattan’s vision in action. 

Dating with holy intention: Youth share their stories on matching faith life and love life

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When 20-year-old Ruth Savidge meets a guy, several questions run through her mind before she even begins to consider dating him.

Winnipeg recruits Catholic creatives for evangelization

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A new movement is beginning at the Archdiocese of Winnipeg and it’s looking for young creatives to take up this project with them. 

It’s ‘sainthood or bust’ for young seminarian

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What if Catholic men are set apart from the rest of the men in the world?

Winnipeg youth combats mental health stigma

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Regina Contreras was in her second year at Red River College in Winnipeg when she found herself talking with a friend last summer about their struggles with anxiety and depression. 

Surrey community rallies behind new Catholic school

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The Saint John Paul II Academy community is larger than the school’s modest membership would seem to suggest.