VANCOUVER – A famous photograph of a naked child running, screaming and covered with napalm burns captured the horror of the Vietnam War 45 years ago.

The gospel according to Di Cicco

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UPTERGROVE, ONT. – Ordinary lives, however quiet or unnoticed, are a sequence of miracles, tragedies and triumphs. We all stumble into hell and are repeatedly resurrected into ultimate beauty.

Execs at helm of Nashville Predators aim to foster culture of service

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. – The recent scene in downtown Nashville of mobs of hockey fans was almost unthinkable a decade ago.

A tender gaze: Fatima trip shows Pope's respect for pilgrims' faith

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VATICAN CITY – Pope Francis is not shy about showing his love for Mary in public and, like many Latin American bishops, he strongly has resisted attempts to dismiss as superstitious or "simple," in a negative sense, popular devotion to the mother of God.

Fatima at 100 – Recap of Pope Francis’ trip

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Missed our coverage of Pope Francis' trip to Fatima for the 100th anniversary of the Marian apparitions? Click here to check them out.

Fatima relics create a special connection for Toronto parish

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While Pope Francis and countless thousands of Catholics flock to Portugal this week to celebrate one of the most famous Marian devotions in the world, a little piece of Fatima can be found in the Archdiocese of Toronto.

Ontario’s Jesuits use retreats to help homeless build community

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Ontario’s Jesuits are using retreats as a way to help homeless people build a caring community of support among themselves.

The right retreat is simply a state of mind, says Jesuit retreat master

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Contrary to popular belief, going on retreat does not require a change of scenery, but rather a change in thinking.

Catholic Education Special Section

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This week is Catholic Education Week! Click here to check out all of our feature stories on Catholic Education.

Schools ready to go around the globe to solve enrolment issues

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Years of declining enrolment are pushing some Catholic school boards to take a far deeper dive into the foreign student market.