Youth Speak News

Whether at school or work, one thing we all have in common is responsibilities, and with this comes a lot of stress.

Young people are leading the future of ecumenism

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There was a time when Catholics, Protestants and other Christian denominations were largely isolated from each other.

‘Silence’ shows struggle to hear the voice of God

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Upon entering the screening room to watch Silence, I was prepared for a film that would share a horrendous part of the history of Catholicism.

Speaking Out: What I took for granted

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Ever since I was a child, I was taught to praise God and to tell Him what I was thankful for in my life.

How to manage your student debt with a Catholic virtue

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Unfortunately, there isn’t a course on how to “adult”, especially personal finances.

Speaking Out: Lessons from a family parable

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My grandmother once told me a story. A farmer’s wife noticed a rat running through the kitchen and told her husband to set a trap. When the rat saw the trap, he got scared because he might be caught. He went to ask his friends for advice.

Youth are called to Rise Up at Vancouver conference

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VANCOUVER – It was called the Rise Up conference, but it could just as easily have been called the Speak Up.

Ottawa youth make new friends at diocesan party

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More than a hundred middle school and high school youth, along with their parish youth coordinators, gathered at a diocesan-wide Advent party in Ottawa on Dec. 16.

Speaking Out: It's time to stand up for the pre-born

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In late March 2016, it was announced that a Women’s Wellness Centre was being built in Summerside, P.E.I. It is the first abortion clinic to open on the Island and is scheduled to begin seeing patients in January 2017.

Hamilton's St. Thomas More holds annual campaign to support less fortunate

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Miracles are rare, but students at St. Thomas More Catholic Secondary School in Hamilton make them an annual event.

Speaking Out: The light of Christmas will shine through

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I found myself rushing through a grocery store on a busy Friday afternoon at the end of an arduous week. There was Christmas music blaring throughout the store, my stomach was grumbling and I was frantically picking my way through the produce section before I had to be at work.