GATINEAU, Que. – Ideologies that have given rise to gender theory and transgenderism represent “head-on” attacks on the Christian world view, warned a prominent Catholic theologian.

Ontario's legislators under 'tremendous pressure’ to amend Bill-84

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With more than 22,000 emails and letters in their in-boxes, Ontario legislators have rarely been under as much pressure to amend a bill as they have been over conscience rights for doctors in Bill-84.

Holy See urged to use caution in China dealings

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OTTAWA – Canada and the Holy See should hold China’s “feet to the fire” on human rights and be cautious about engaging with the Chinese government, warned Canada’s former Ambassador of Religious Freedom.

‘Spiritual abuse’ from residential schools had deep roots for First Nations

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Blair Stonechild knows first-hand the devastating effects residential schools had on First Nations spirituality.

Doctors’ college sticking to referral policy for assisted suicide

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The people who grant and deny medical licenses in Ontario faced off against the two largest provincial organizations representing doctors on March 30 at Queen’s Park and told the doctors they have to sacrifice their conscience rights to serve patients.

Sacred Heart College’s new degree status helps heal sting of losing property bid

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Those invested in Peterborough's Sacred Heart College are riding high after an emotionally turbulent end to the month of March.

Syrians who remain need help to rebuild their country

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OTTAWA – While much of the world’s attention is on Syrian refugees, there is also a great need to help rebuild the lives of those who chose to remain in the war-ravaged country, says a Syrian refugee who manages centres funded by the Canadian Catholic Organization for Development and Peace.

ShareLife funds help sisters aid struggling refugee families

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At St. Augustine of Canterbury Parish, religious sisters are serving as surrogate mothers to disadvantaged youth in one of Toronto’s poorest west-end neighbourhoods.

Omar Khadr's case a valuable education for Edmonton's King's University

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REGINA – Few people are as polarizing in Canadian society today as is Omar Khadr, the Canadian child soldier who spent most of his teen years and early 20s imprisoned in the notorious Guantanamo Bay prison reserved for the Islamic terrorists the United States deems the greatest threat to the nation.

New federal budget puts Canada on track for palliative care framework

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OTTAWA – With $6 billion earmarked for home and palliative care in the 2017 federal budget, Canada is on track towards making quality end-of-life care more accessible.

CNEWA celebrates 12 years in Canada

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OTTAWA – As the Catholic Near East Welfare Association (CNEWA) marks its 90th anniversary this year, CNEWA Canada celebrates 12 years.