Evan Boudreau, The Catholic Register

Evan Boudreau, The Catholic Register

Evan is a news reporter for The Catholic Register who graduated from Ryerson University's Bachelor of Journalism program with a major in newspaper and minor in English.

Byline appearances include The Hockey News, Fully Loaded, The Gravenhurst Banner, Classicboat Magazine and The Community Press.

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Catholic communities around the world have been publicly proclaiming their faith with processions for centuries, but this year in the Archdiocese of Toronto they are proving particularly popular.

Ontario’s Ministry of Education wants the province’s schools to step up when it comes to reducing greenhouse gas emissions and it’s putting up $200 million to support that effort.

With opioids now killing two people per day in Ontario, some school boards are preparing to equip staff with the overdose antidote Naloxone.

While some soldiers question their faith when confronted by the horrors of war, Lt. Col. Joseph Nonato found that military service affirmed him as a Catholic.

Dr. Robert Walley will never forget the moment when he watched a pregnant woman die.

Bishop Douglas Crosby has some travel advice for newly-ordained priests: Go north, young man.

The road to healing is long, but it is a destination Canada’s bishops hope can be reached by the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls.

Friends and Advocates for Catholic Education made their collective presence known May 29 at Queen's Park during the group's annual lobby day appearance.

An essential obligation in the life of any diocese is to ensure the reverent care of its dead. For the Archdiocese of Toronto, the Irish potato famine and a local typhus epidemic forced it to accelerate its thinking on this important duty in the earliest days of its history.

After spending 40 years as an employee of Toronto’s Catholic school board, Angela Gauthier is retiring, but that doesn’t mean she won’t be heading to school when classes resume in September.