A surprise request during a visit to a Catholic church led to a revelation about love and Christian unity for a Baptist preacher.

Quebec City gathered for solidarity Mass at church next to mosque where six were killed

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QUEBEC CITY – People of many faiths gathered for a solidarity Mass at Notre-Dame-de-Foy church, next to the mosque belonging to the Quebec Islamic Cultural Centre, where six men were killed by a gunman while they were praying.

U.S. refugee ban roundly condemned by religious voices across Canada

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Catholic and other religious voices across Canada are condemning the U.S. exclusion of refugees from seven majority Muslim countries.

Toronto protesters join worldwide outrage against U.S. refugee ban

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About 1,000 protesters descended on the American consulate in Toronto on Jan. 30 to protest a U.S. executive order that establishes a temporary ban on immigrants to the U.S. from seven predominantly Muslim countries.

Catholic leaders express grief and solidarity after Quebec mosque attack

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OTTAWA –Catholic leaders have expressed condolences and solidarity in prayer with Canadian Muslims after a shooting at a Quebec City mosque Jan. 29 that killed six and injured many more.

Quebec priest hits right note in aid of persecuted Christians

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MONTREAL – A Quebec priest best known in English Canada for composing the anthem for World Youth Day 2002 in Toronto, has released the second edition of a CD to draw attention to the plight of Christians who are being persecuted for their faith.

Fr. Damian MacPherson steps down from Archdiocese Interfaith post

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Franciscan Fr. Damian MacPherson is passing on the interfaith torch after 19 years of service.

Gender theory is moving too fast, say Campaign Life officials

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OTTAWA – Gender theory is making inroads not only on Parliament Hill but also at the United Nations, to the detriment of the biological family, say Campaign Life Coalition officials.

Making spanking illegal does more harm than good, says Cardus

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OTTAWA – As an anti-spanking bill winds through Canada's Senate, a Christian think tank is sounding an alarm that it will do “more harm than good” and still fail to prevent child abuse.

Boulevard Club’s cheque a welcome guest at St. Francis Table restaurant

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A partnership between St. Francis Table and The Boulevard Club will help the Franciscan-run restaurant for the poor continue to serve up its signature dish — dignity.