OTTAWA – Michel MacDonald already feels he has the right messages. The task now is making the most of the mediums that can deliver the messages.
MONTREAL – Claude Paradis was impoverished and homeless, living on the streets of Montreal. He struggled with addiction to both alcohol and drugs, with a future so bleak, he considered ending his own life.
OTTAWA – Helping someone contemplating death through euthanasia can be a simple as saying "hello."
VANCOUVER – Rachel Lalonde understands the pain experienced by Florence Leung, a new mom who went missing and died last fall.
OTTAWA – Former Anglicans who have been received into the Catholic Church are being reminded that they must adhere to Church teaching on divorce, remarriage and the sacraments.
Coquitlam, B.C. – While her neighbours get about in walkers or doze in oversized chairs, great-grandmother Beatrice Janyk is still finding ways to make a difference in the world.
OTTAWA – The promotion of former Somali refugee Ahmed Hussen to immigration minister sends a positive signal to immigrants and refugees, said Canada’s former ambassador to the Holy See.
With a permanent president in place for the first time in six years, Regis College is poised to become an international magnet for Jesuits and others seeking to study theology in English, according to incoming president Jesuit Fr. Thomas Worcester.
If there's one thing a school's name should do, it's inspire.
Kyle Harmon was working in the band office, finishing his day at school when he got a call on his cellphone from a CBC Radio producer.