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Revisiting the Reformation: bridging 500 years of division

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Martin Luther would be amazed. He would never have imagined the Pope of Rome could be a mere guest in any Christian church.

Landscapes offer a magical Mystical tour at AGO exhibit

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TORONTO – If you don’t usually go to an art gallery to pray, you might want to make an exception for the Mystical Landscapes show on at the Art Gallery of Ontario until Jan. 29.

Gregorian Chant strikes the right note

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TORONTO – On a busy downtown street in Toronto, a lofting melody carries out from a Solemn High Mass at St. Patrick’s parish.

Register Special Feature: Higher Education

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This week's Catholic Register special is on Higher Catholic Education. Click here to read them all!

The Pope is not the only keeper of the keys in the Vatican

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VATICAN CITY – The sun is not yet up and Gianni Crea is making his way down a pitch-black corridor inside the Vatican’s world-famous museums.

Diversity key to parish growth, survey finds

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When Bishop Vincent Nguyen arrived in Toronto fresh from a refugee camp, after surviving a dangerous journey in a flimsy fishing boat, he found a home.

Catholic teen stands on guard for Leafs

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The Toronto Maple Leafs haven’t given fans much to cheer about in recent years. But a 15-year-old girl from a Toronto Catholic high school hopes to help turn that around.

Toronto gains a bishop and a friend in Robert Kasun

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TORONTO – Bishop Robert Kasun has been to Rome to buy a pectoral cross, mitre, ring — all the gear you need to be a bishop. But Kasun, ordained on Sept. 12 in Edmonton to serve as auxiliary bishop for the Archdiocese of Toronto, didn’t really have time — and he was a bit put off by the prices — to pick up a new crozier.

Pope Francis of Assisi? Pontiff boosts the birthplace of a saint

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ASSISI, Italy – Down a deserted stone alleyway, a joyful chorus of “Hallelujah” can be heard rising from an open window while dozens of tourists armed with selfie sticks gather nearby and begin to scour one of Italy’s most beloved towns in search of the perfect digital souvenir.