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The workplace is a challenging but excellent venue for Christian evangelization, says the archbishop of Grouard-McLennan.
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Benedict of Nursia (480-547 AD), otherwise known simply as St. Benedict, was born into and lived through different times than our own. Benedict was part of a very popular movement in the early Church that might well be termed, "the pursuit of holiness" movement.
Frank Dolphin will be remembered as a great journalist, family man and member of the Catholic community.
ST. ALBERT – Archbishop Emeritus Arthé Guimond died on Wednesday, Feb. 6 at Youville Home in St. Albert, at the age of 81.
Visitors tour the new St. Raphael the Archangel Church in Old Mill Creek, Ill., during a Jan. 27 celebration marking completion of the first phase of construction of their new church.
When the head of the Pontifical Council for Culture said he wanted to listen to what today's young people had to say, he wasn't afraid to hear it belted out at 100 decibels.
In sexual morality, family life and education, the Baby Boom generation ushered in a series of cultural changes that led to an "anthropological crisis" in American society, leaving younger generations yearning acutely for what the Catholic Church has to offer.
Ghassan Rafidi, 53, remembers enjoying celebrating Easter twice as a child in his Israeli village of Jifna.
The new proposed rules issued by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) regarding insurance coverage of contraceptives show movement but fall short of addressing the U.S. bishops' concerns, New York Cardinal Timothy Dolan said in a Feb. 7 statement.
Carolyn Woo, president of U.S. Catholic Relief Services, wants to see graduates of Catholic colleges become more involved in service – globally and even locally within their own parishes – and said university presidents should do more to make sure this happens.