There are a million Catholic complaints about Christmas.

Priest encourages parish to make Marian consecration at Christmas

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OTTAWA – An Ottawa priest is hoping a book made for children can deliver a very serious Christmas message for adults, too.

Knights help Christian tradition stay alive at Bethlehem school

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Every December, a package from the Holy Land arrives on Hikmat Dandan’s doorstep. Inside are 65 hand-drawn Christmas cards in different shapes, sizes and colours.

Pax Christi: Children are Africa's greatest resources

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JOHANNESBURG – Pax Christi International, the Catholic peace movement, said it will build up young people to contribute to peace and justice in Africa, noting that children are the continent's greatest resource.

Is racism a factor in backlog of refugees from East Africa?

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While Canada resettled more than 35,000 refugees from Syria over the last 12 months and brought refugee processing times down to eight months for privately sponsored refugees from Lebanon, refugees in Ethiopia languish more than six years in the system and Church groups are discouraged from sponsoring Africans.

World turning blind eye to East Africa's refugee crisis costing thousands of lives

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As the world focuses most of its attention on Syria, East Africa and its nine million refugees — 26 per cent of the world’s refugee population — is facing another wave of failed states, civil wars and ethnic cleansing.

Nova Scotia-Boston Christmas tree tradition was born out of tragedy

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For the first time, a not-so-little piece of Cape Breton is standing tall in Boston’s downtown this Christmas season, keeping alive a tradition that has its roots in a tragedy that rocked Nova Scotia 99 years ago.

Life & Family Special Section

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Understanding fertility is key to good marriage

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SURREY,  B.C. – For Dominic and Lisa Price natural family planning is exactly that —natural.