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Quebec Holy Door invites humanity to know Christ

December 16, 2013
EVAN BOUDREAU
THE CATHOLIC REGISTER

Quebec Archbishop Gérald Lacroix hopes the Holy Door being installed at la Basilique-cathedrale Notre-Dame de Quebec will draw more than a million North Americans closer to their roots and faith.

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Pope welcomes 'Homeless Jesus' at Vatican

December 16, 2013
RUANE REMY
THE CATHOLIC REGISTER

Canadian artist Timothy's Schmalz's life-sized bronze sculpture depicting Jesus as a homeless man lying on a park bench has found a home at the Vatican.

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Toronto opens doors to Advent Day of Confession

December 16, 2013
RUANE REMY
THE CATHOLIC REGISTER

TORONTO – This Advent, churches across the Toronto Archdiocese will open day and night on Dec. 11 for a Day of Confessions. It will be the first time the Day of Confessions will be held during Advent in the archdiocese. It follows on the heels of the archdiocese's first Day of Confessions held in Lent earlier this year.

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Harmony of creation restored through Mary's sinlessness

December 16, 2013
GLEN ARGAN
WESTERN CATHOLIC REPORTER

One of the more striking images in the Old Testament is that of God with his hands in the dirt. In the creation story of Genesis 2, God forms the human being from the dust of the ground and breathes the breath of life into his nostrils (2.7).

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Campus faith groups gather for dialogue

Brittney White

December 16, 2013
RAMON GONZALEZ
WESTERN CATHOLIC REPORTER

In a bid to engage religious and intellectual diversity, chaplains at the University of Alberta have launched an interfaith dialogue among people of different faiths on campus.

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Vatican, Islamic university to restart suspended dialogue

December 16, 2013
JAMES MARTONE
CATHOLIC NEWS SERVICE

CAIRO – The Vatican will restart its stalled dialogue with Sunni Islam's main theological centre, Al-Azhar University, said Father Rafic Greiche, spokesman for Egypt's Catholic Church.

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Squash played with love scores money for spinal injuries expenses

Parker Love

December 16, 2013
CHRIS MILLER
WESTERN CATHOLIC REPORTER

For four years, Brian Maraj, the academic dean at St. Joseph's College, has been helping others through his love for squash.

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Durocher lays out hopes for evangelization

December 16, 2013
MICHAEL SWAN
THE CATHOLIC REGISTER

Just days before Pope Francis laid out his dream for a missionary Church in all parts of the world, Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops' president Archbishop Paul-André Durocher put forward his own hopes for the new evangelization in Canada.

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Philippines marks fine line between Advent, Christmas

December 16, 2013
SIMONE ORENDAIN
CATHOLIC NEWS SERVICE

In the Philippines, the Christmas season starts in September, but the final nine days of Advent have special meaning.

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Palestinian L'Arche ready for Christmas

December 16, 2013
CATHOLIC NEWS SERVICE

BETHLEHEM, WEST BANK – Activity was in full swing at the Ma'an lil-Hayat workshop as 16 adults shaped felted wool into round balls for a large order of sheep to fill people's Nativity scenes.

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