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The Church’s leader in Central America’s second poorest nation has challenged Canadians to combat global injustice.
Cardinal Oscar Rodriguez Maradiaga, archbishop of Tegucigalpa, Honduras, said in the developed world, there is a tendency to “be happy with what you have.” more . . .
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Caritas Internationalis is a sign of God’s love in this world, says the president of the organization that oversees the Catholic Church’s international development efforts. more . . .
VATICAN CITY — Vatican officials have prevented the secretary-general of Caritas Internationalis from seeking a second four-year term. more . . .
EDMONTON — It doesn’t take a lot of money, resources or political influence to change the world. Even the smallest talent can have life-changing results. more . . .
When Tony Martin entered federal politics in 2004, representing the Sault Ste. Marie, Ont., riding, he had a long history of helping the poor and disadvantaged. more . . .
Outside of the Anawim Place food bank, men and women lined up to collect their food hampers. With the temperature dipping below –20C, they shivered, hunching their bodies against the wintry cold. more . . .
OTTAWA — A bill that would make April 2 every year Pope John Paul II Day has been referred to the Heritage Committee, after passing a second reading vote in the House of Commons Feb. 14. more . . .
EDMONTON — Cory and Willy Van Amsterdam know that being a good spouse is a sacred calling from God. more . . .
SAGUENAY, QUEBEC — The mayor of Saguenay is appealing for donations to help him fight a Quebec Human Rights Tribunal (QHRT) ruling that ordered him to stop Christian prayer in the council chambers. more . . .
Before his conversion, St. Francis of Assisi was a young man with a generous heart. Unlike his parents, he yearned for more than money. Life was too short to be spent acquiring material wealth. more . . .