Youth Speak News

I go through phases where for a chunk of time I am super productive, and then I crash and watch The Office for the better part of a week.

Youth pro-life groups are hopeful despite censorship

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The most effective strategy for the pro-life movement is to show abortion photos on campuses and public spaces, says a director of the Canadian Centre for Bio-Ethical Reform (CCBR).

Speaking out: Harden not your heart this Advent

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One of my closest friends, Carrie, has always inspired me by her generosity and kind heart. Everything she does, she does for God. 

Seat of Wisdom attracts influx of new students

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Degree-granting status has given Our Lady Seat of Wisdom College an elevated place in higher education, but that’s not why Elizabeth Jordan chose to enrol.

Speaking out: Working for the Catholic Church

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When I was 18 years old, a fresh high school graduate with loads of ambition and what seemed like direction for my life, I felt an overbearing sense of guilt.

Vietnamese youth return to cultural roots at concert

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While Christmas is for the family, Advent is for the parish. 

Speaking out: Student council steps out of line

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The censorship began Sept. 28. 

Representatives of the University of Ottawa Students for Life were promoting the club at their table in the university’s student centre when an executive from the Student Federation of the University of Ottawa (SFUO) ordered them to leave. The executive said that she had received many complaints. She then added that she would call Protection Services if the students refused. 

Marianist priest is a lifelong guide to St. Boniface youth

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All communities have that one person who brings a great sense of light and life to those participating in it. For the Archdiocese of St. Boniface, Man., that presence is Fr. John Kracher. 

Pro-life youth encouraged amidst harsh censorship

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OTTAWA – The pro-life torch is definitely being passed to a younger generation.

Speaking Out: Finding my place in Church

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When I was in Grade 4, I used to sit in the front pew at my church and watch my older sister altar serve. I had always looked up to my sister and as I sat there, I realized I wanted to be just like her.

Duc in Altum gives guidance to Kingston young adults

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This year, Robert Brown wanted to make Jesus his main priority.