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The Profession of Faith

Part 1 of the Catechism of the Catholic Church deals with the Profession of Faith, including the Apostles' Creed. WCR Editor Glen Argan has written 50 articles exploring various aspects of that part of the Catechism.

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The Catechism of the Catholic Church

This Web provides a detailed overview of the Catechism of the Catholic Church written by Glen Argan, editor of the Western Catholic Reporter. Its 160 articles were originally published in the WCR.

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Quebec auxiliary replaces Ouellet as primate

February 28, 2011
CATHOLIC NEWS SERVICE

VATICAN CITY — Pope Benedict named 53-year-old Bishop Gerald Cyprien Lacroix as the new archbishop of Quebec.

Lacroix, a member of the Quebec-based Pius X Secular Institute, had been an auxiliary bishop in Quebec since 2009. As archbishop, he succeeds Cardinal Marc Ouellet, who became prefect of the Vatican’s Congregation for Bishops in July. more . . .

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Here’s the choice: Follow the Gospel or buy into materialism

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February 21, 2011

Parents of students in Edmonton Catholic Schools will now have to decide what is the best vision for the education of their children. Do they favour an education that follows the Gospel or do they want a school system dedicated to providing the latest and greatest technology? The overdue decision to end casino fundraising has forced this issue. more . . .

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Pull the plug on phones, Internet and tune into the Sabbath

Fr. Ron Rolheiser, omi

February 21, 2011

A comedian recently quipped that today's information technologies have effectively rendered a number of things obsolete, most notably phonebooks and human courtesy. That's also true for human rest.more . . .

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Remember, God never forgets you

John Connelly

 

February 21, 2011

In this Sunday's readings we hear God speak these comforting words, "I will never forget you." No matter where we are or what happens God does not forget us. No matter our background, personality, struggles or weakness God does not forget us. more . . .

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Restorative justice heals souls, communities

Bob McKeon

February 21, 2011

Last year, as part of my work with the archdiocesan Office for Social Justice, I was part of a committee organizing a provincial Restorative Justice conference. more . . .

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Couple time is the key to a successful marriage

Lisa Persche

February 21, 2011

Early on in the marriage preparation course I help facilitate, we talk about marriage as a primary relationship.

The engaged couples readily agree that their relationship must have top priority in their lives. They are cautioned that in practice, once the honeymoon is over, this all too easily can cease to be the case. more . . .

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Once a priest, now an author and a bore

Fr. Raymond de Souza

February 21, 2010

Alberto Cutié is back — not that he really ever went away. He has a small Episcopal parish here in Miami, and is flogging his new book, getting ready for his own TV show. more . . .

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Once an up-and-comer, then isolated by disease, now loved by Jesus

Mark Pickup

February 21, 2011

Young people live with the foolish assumption they will always be strong and healthy. Young men are particularly susceptible to thinking they are invincible. When one of their own peers is cut down by disability or a serious incurable disease - like aggressive multiple sclerosis - it shakes them to their core. After initial shows of support, they often avoid the hurt or sick friend. more . . .

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