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Nick Volk was a fighter who chose sides in the battlefield of Toronto’s pricey real estate market. The Harvard-educated gentleman who began his career in the American foreign service chose the side of the poor.

Stained glass stations latest step in Marylake rebirth

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The “rebirth of Marylake” took another step forward on July 22 with the outdoor installation of 14 stunning stained-glass panels depicting the Stations of the Cross.

Mount Hope offers glimpse into Toronto’s Catholic past

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Before being buried at Mount Hope Catholic Cemetery, Sheila Beck thought it would be nice to become acquainted with some of 76,000 men, women and children who will someday be her resting place neighbours.

American pilgrimage to Canadian shrine comes to end after 95 years

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STE. ANNE-DE-BEAUPRÉ, QUE. - Leonardo DiVittorio approached the statue of St. Anne and laid a wreath of flowers to mark the 95th and final pilgrimage by his group to the Basilica of Ste.-Anne-de-Beaupré.

Mall chapels at the centre of it all

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The Centre Dieu is in a Quebec City mall, but not of it.

Sheptytsky Institute grounded in freedom

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It should surprise no one that at a time of rising authoritarianism, democracy will be on the curriculum when the Sheptytsky Institute reopens in Toronto.

Radio Maria’s new director putting emphasis on youth

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Fr. Charles Grech arrived from Malta a year ago with experience working with youth and a background in radio. They are skills he plans to put to good use as the newly installed director of Radio Mario Canada.

St. Mike’s president, faculty at odds

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Long-simmering tension between St. Michael’s College president David Mulroney and some of the college’s senior professors, librarians and administrators has broken out into the open.

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