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After many years of serving schools, parishes and retreat centres across Canada, Sister Ada Toner was "deemed too old and too deaf to do anything."
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Former Alberta deputy attorney general Neil McCrank is this year's recipient of the Msgr. Bill Irwin Award of Excellence.
VATICAN CITY – A Church structure that is more bureaucracy than service is an impediment to the Church's ability to proclaim faith in Jesus, said the working document for the next world Synod of Bishops.
OTTAWA – Canada's bishops have expressed dismay over a B.C. Supreme Court decision June 15 to strike down Canadian Criminal Code provisions against euthanasia and assisted suicide.
Newman Theological College's year-long Certificate in Catholic Studies program, an online program that offers students the basics of the faith, was so successful it will be expanded in the fall.
OTTAWA – Ottawa Archbishop Terrence Prendergast urged Catholics to keep a Bible in their home, read it alone or with family and friends and pray with it, especially through the practice of lectio divina.
Half a century after the start of the Second Vatican Council, the reform of the liturgy initiated there has not lost its power to stoke controversy.
OTTAWA - Charity in Canada has a political problem that is contributing to an alarming drop in charitable giving and volunteering in Canada, says the president of Cardus, a think tank devoted to renewing civil society.
A woman displays the e-book version of the Catechism of the Catholic Church on an iPad.
To study the nature and meaning of Jesus Christ is to deepen one's faith in every way, says Franciscan Father Donald MacDonald.