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Lay leaders and volunteers in the Edmonton Archdiocese are learning how to deliver safe services to their parishioners, especially children.
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OTTAWA – An Ottawa think tank suggests enlisting parents to help schools address the problem of bullying.
If you want to know what heaven is like, look to Mary, the mother of Jesus. Mary is "body and soul united with God forever in heaven," says Katrina Zeno, a mother and author.
The Nov. 21 publication of Jesus of Nazareth: The Infancy Narratives, which completes Pope Benedict's popular three-volume series on the life and teachings of Christ, is the latest reminder of the author's prolific output, now amounting to more than 60 books.
Education in the Catholic tradition is indispensable to evangelization, theologian and educator Colin Kerr told the Catholic Teachers' Guild here Nov. 20.
CHESTNUT HILL, MASS. – Leadership and creativity are crucial to a university establishing and maintaining a distinct identity, the president of Wake Forest University told participants at a Boston College symposium.
Jesuit Father Robert Spitzer – a philosopher, accountant, former university president and leadership consultant – always has had a fascination with the intersection of faith and reason.
In producing a children's nativity play that she thinks the late Pope John Paul II would have liked, Mena Jewell refused to dumb things down.
Paul Jang Han Goo remembers the first time he fell in love. He was at Mass in a Seattle church and realized he wanted to spend the rest of his life serving the Lord.
WASHINGTON - Care for creation has been a hallmark of Pope Benedict's papacy.
His writings on the environment are so extensive that some call him the "green" pope.