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Camp Encounter, a 100-acre property set on the eastern shores of Lac la Nonne, has been part of the Catholic scene for more than a century. The Church has been using it in various forms since 1901.
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EDMONTON – "Education is our buffalo," was a phrase shared by Leona Carter, keynote speaker at the annual Wahkotowin Society's students' luncheon.
OTTAWA - The Canadian Catholic Organization for Development and Peace (CCODP) is drafting a process to make decisions about overseas partners, especially if controversy arises.
A new study has blasted the prevailing wisdom that children of same-sex couples do as well or better than those raised in intact biological families with a married mother and father.
After 50 years serving the people of God, Father Raymond Sevigny is hanging up his hat. The 76-year-old pastor retires in early August and plans to move into Villa Vianney, the retirement facility for priests on the grounds of the Catholic Pastoral Centre.
VANCOUVER – Unethical democracy concerns former Reform Party leader Preston Manning. The man credited with reviving conservatism in the country said Canadians suffer from a lack of real political education and a lack of faith in the public square.
When Ottawa-based photographer Mark Schacter realized he had amassed an extensive collection of church photographs, he was a bit surprised.
The clergy sexual abuse scandal "has caused terrible suffering for victims, demoralized many of our clergy, crippled the witness of the Church and humiliated the whole Catholic community" in Philadelphia, says Archbishop Charles Chaput.
VATICAN CITY – The establishment of a new post of senior communications adviser will help the Vatican deal with the challenges of a sound-bite culture, said the American journalist appointed to the job.
OTTAWA - A conference here Sept. 27-29 marking the 50th anniversary the Second Vatican Council will examine how to "hand on the Gospel today" in light of Vatican II's teachings, said theology professor Catherine Clifford.