OTTAWA – The power of the Shroud of Turin could be found among the thousands of people who visited Ottawa’s St. Isidore’s Parish between April 4-11.

Trudeau’s overseas abortion funding is misguided, says report

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By exporting abortion to the developing world the Canadian government is jeopardizing the morality of the nation and the mortality of those it should be helping, says a bioethics and social research report.

Murder of pregnant mom, unborn child revives call for new law

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OTTAWA – The murder of a pregnant mother and her unborn child has revived calls for Ottawa to amend the Criminal Code to recognize unborn victims of crime.

Archdiocese celebrates Chrism Mass at St. Michael's Cathedral

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With about 300 priests concelebrating, dozens of deacons in attendance and an overflow assembly standing in the aisles of St. Michael’s Cathedral, the Archdiocese of Toronto re-equipped itself for another year of baptisms, confirmations and ordinations by welcoming the new supply of chrism oil.

Conservative MP introduces bill targeting forced human organ harvesting

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OTTAWA – It would become a criminal offence for a Canadian to receive a transplanted organ harvested without consent under a bill introduced by a Conservative MP.

Amendments to protect conscience rights on the table

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Amendments to a government bill have been forward that would protect Ontario’s doctors and nurses who, for reasons of conscience, cannot refer for medical assistance in dying (MAID).

Catholic Missions honours Sr. Davidson for missionary work

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Before taking action, one must learn to listen when it comes to mission life in Canada.

CNEWA Canada finds success in unique mission

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From zero to $4.3 million annually in just 12 years is part of the remarkable success story that is CNEWA Canada.

Cardus' Give 150 campaign tries to make charity a habit

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Charity can be habit-forming — at least that’s the hope of the Christian think tank Cardus.

Spiritual crisis is at the heart of addiction

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In the United States, nearly four million people use heroin — a five-fold increase from a decade ago, according to new research from the Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health.

Interfaith coalition prays for each MPP to meet poverty challenge in Ontario's budget

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With the Ontario budget expected to come down soon, the Interfaith Social Assistance Reform Coalition (ISARC) observed its tradition of praying for each of the 107 MPPs by name in the hope of a budget that will deal justly with the poor of the province.