Atlantic Canada bishops will lead off two months of visits to Rome which will see all of Canada’s active bishops participate in “ad limina” meetings with a Pope for the first time since 2006.

Quebec man accuses Pius X Secular Institute, Cardinal Lacroix of ignoring sex abuse

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QUEBEC CITY – A $367,000 (US$274,000) lawsuit filed in Quebec Superior Court charged the Pius X Secular Institute and its officials of ignoring abuse that occurred on the institute grounds in Quebec City in the 1970s and 1980s.

Women are at the heart of D&P's Lent campaign

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The next $8 million Development and Peace raises will be in the name of women.

More groups are joining the fight for conscience rights

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OTTAWA – Groups defending conscience rights and religious freedom will be allowed to participate in a court case challenging the Ontario physicians’ college.

Calgary's new bishop William McGrattan meets his new flock

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Bishop William McGrattan won’t pretend to be as “very bold” as his predecessor, but hopes to be just as steadfast as Bishop Fred Henry as he assumes leadership of Calgary’s diocese.

The fight never ends for free speech, say panelists at Manning conference

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OTTAWA – Freedom of expression on university campuses must be fought for despite threats said a Censorship on Campus panel Feb. 25 at the Manning Centre Conference.

Supreme Court to hear Trinity Western University's religious freedom case

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OTTAWA – Trinity Western University will have an opportunity to defend its religious freedom and pro-traditional marriage community covenant before the Supreme Court of Canada.

Pro-life group Right Now ranks Conservative hopefuls

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OTTAWA – A new pro-life group believes Conservative leadership candidates must have more than proper pro-life credentials. Candidates must also have the ability to form a government.

Toronto Catholic board's Northern Spirit Games was a day of learning and fun

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By hosting the Northern Spirit Games, Toronto's Catholic school board is giving students more than just a taste of traditional play for the day.

Betsy Andreu's faith won out in Lance Armstrong’s cycling doping scandal

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Betsy Andreu has two prayer cards — one for St. Padre Pio and one for St. Therese of Lisieux. They are crumpled and worn, but each crease is a souvenir of a time when she was tested by the world.

Life’s rear view mirror offers valuable lessons

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“Better late than never” offers consolation for those who are patient, and a poor excuse for those who are delinquent. When it comes to apologies, however, “the sooner the better” is much preferred.