Inside the sealed envelope, the instructions from the mystery donor were clear.

Revisiting the Reformation: bridging 500 years of division

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Martin Luther would be amazed. He would never have imagined the Pope of Rome could be a mere guest in any Christian church.

Gregorian Chant strikes the right note

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TORONTO – On a busy downtown street in Toronto, a lofting melody carries out from a Solemn High Mass at St. Patrick’s parish.

Landscapes offer a magical Mystical tour at AGO exhibit

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TORONTO – If you don’t usually go to an art gallery to pray, you might want to make an exception for the Mystical Landscapes show on at the Art Gallery of Ontario until Jan. 29.

Register Special Feature: Higher Education

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This week's Catholic Register special is on Higher Catholic Education. Click here to read them all!

Augustine College fighting the ‘toxic’ tide

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OTTAWA – A little over 20 years ago, a group of Christian professors from several Ottawa-area universities drew up a vision for a college that would strengthen both intellects and Christian faith.

Marshall McLuhan’s legendary status confirmed with exhibition

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TORONTO – When Marshall McLuhan died New Year’s Eve 1980, the University of Toronto lost a man they found slightly embarrassing.

Regis College educators training for same-sex issues

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Regis College at the University of Toronto is training Catholic educators on how to provide pastoral care for students who are homosexual, confused about their sexuality or feel conflicted with their physical gender.

Calgary’s St. Mary’s riding a student boom

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An increasing number of Calgarians are signing up for a Catholic post-secondary education.

Reconciliation inspired by encyclical 'Laudato Si'

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University students and other young adults from the Catholic and First Nations communities in Saskatoon are embarking on their own path of reconciliation, one they hope leads to a better future for themselves and for the environment.

Catholic universities: freeing the mind to discover

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Catholic universities are bastions of informed and adventurous secularism. In fact, the more overtly and decidedly Catholic a university becomes the more it is able to contribute to secular Canadian society.