While some soldiers question their faith when confronted by the horrors of war, Lt. Col. Joseph Nonato found that military service affirmed him as a Catholic.

Economist John Dillion was dedicated to social justice movement

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Cancer has taken one of the Church’s constant, quiet, faithful and fervent servants. Canadian economist John Dillon, who worked 44 years in ecumenical social justice movements, died unexpectedly June 5. He was 68 years old.

One year later: The reality of legalized medically assisted death

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In the year since state-sanctioned, medicalized suicide became legal on June 17, 2016, doctors have deliberately caused the death of their patients at a rate of about three a day.

Canadian bishops join forces with other faith groups for famine relief

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Canada’s Catholic bishops have pulled together a coalition of Christians, Muslims, Jews and others to try to keep people from starving to death in four terrorism-and-war-torn nations – South Sudan, Somalia, Nigeria and Yemen.

Canadian bishops remain mum on invitation for papal apology

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OTTAWA – Canada’s bishops are being tight-lipped regarding a possible papal visit in the wake of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s request that Pope Francis apologize in Canada for the Church’s role in the residential school scandal.

Pope Francis’ pain over TRC was ‘etched on his face,’ says Archbishop Smith

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EDMONTON – Archbishop Richard Smith doesn’t know if Pope Francis is coming to Canada but he is convinced the Pope has been deeply affected by the testimonies of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission.

Canadian cities’ faith communities cast a profitable ‘halo’

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OTTAWA – Faith communities are not just good for the soul of a city — they also help its bottom line.

Covenant House applauds overhaul of Child, Youth and Family Services Act

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Canada’s largest agency for homeless youth is applauding a sweeping overhaul of Ontario’s Child, Youth and Family Services Act which will now treat homeless, abused and threatened 16- to 18-year-olds as children and not adults.

Canadian Catholic killed in London Bridge attack

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A tragic death is inspiring others to help save lives in their own community.

Parishes, First Nations communities mourns sudden death of beloved pastor

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NORTH VANCOUVER – Parishes and First Nations communities from B.C. to Ontario are mourning the death of Fr. John Brioux, OMI, an Oblate priest with a deep spirituality and love for his flock.

Msgr. Ambrose Sheehy’s 50 years of memories include helping Mother Teresa

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Msgr. Ambrose Sheehy wanted to be a priest for as long as he could remember.