REGINA – For a century, Campion College has stayed faithful to its mission to educate Catholics in Saskatchewan’s capital city, first as a Catholic high school, and since 1968 as the Catholic college federated with the University of Regina.

Saving our kids: No easy fixes for Ontario's damaged child care system

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This is Part 2 of our two-part series looking at reforms to Ontario’s child welfare system. Click here to read part 1.

We’re all born equal, but we’re born into different circumstances. When the circumstances are worse than just unequal, the rest of us are supposed to do something about it. That’s why we have children’s aid societies.

Saving our kids: child care reform puts safety first

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Danielle remembers counting down the days until she would turn 16. On that day she was going to sign herself out of foster care, declare her freedom, begin her life for real.

Caribbean music brings out church spirit at Sunday Mass

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Toronto’s Caribbean Catholic Church is bringing the sound of the islands to Mass.

Canada’s largest food rescue agency sees an ever-growing demand

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When the Second Harvest truck arrives at Margaret’s Toronto East Drop-In Centre, the homeless are the first ones out the door, crowding around the truck to ask driver Hektor Habili what he’s delivering. 

Archdiocese of Toronto among growing number making move to ethical investing

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Don’t invest in what you don’t believe in is more than sage, philosophical advice. It’s increasingly mainstream, solid, financial advice.

Trump-style politics is putting religion to the test

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As Donald Trump takes the reins of the United States’ presidency, Canadian scholars and politicians are wondering how faith and politics will get along in a world where right-wing, anti-immigrant, anti-trade policies appear to be on the rise.

For over four decades, this photographer documented the underprivileged

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The sword of justice sometimes takes the form of a sliver of light that slips into a camera for just 1/60th of a second.

Persecution of Christians has risen for the fourth straight year, says advocacy group

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WASHINGTON – Global persecution of Christians has risen for the fourth year in a row and is on a “rapid rise” in Asia, the advocacy group Open Doors UK warned on Wednesday in its annual report on Christian persecution.

Canada’s Christians lag behind on education levels

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Canada’s Christian population is less educated than Canadian Jews, Muslims, Hindus and even those who have no religious affiliation.

Africa takes its place in 21st-century Church

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The Church, the world and the future are all more African today than they have ever been.