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The Canadian bishops, along with Development and Peace, have launched a special fundraising campaign to raise emergency aid for Syrians suffering due to chaos in their Middle Eastern homeland.
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As a Catholic organization, the task of Catholic Social Services is to continue to serve people in need with dignity, respect and love, says the agency's CEO, Stephen Carattini.
EDMONTON – Real and Blandine Demers have given freely of their time to Catholic Social Services' Christmas Hamper Program for the past 35 years.
EDMONTON – Praising his integrity, faithfulness to the Gospel and his relentless pursuit of justice for all, Catholic Social Services presented the prestigious Bill Irwin Award of Excellence to social justice advocate Bob McKeon June 24.
Prior to the launch of the Welcome Home program, many newly-housed people knew little about how to interact with mainstream society. A turnaround in that regard is a clear success of the new program, said Sister Mary Clare Stack.
Looking weary but in high spirits, Sister Gabrielle Tellier, a beloved retired Catholic teacher, celebrated her 100th birthday June 19 with cake, flowers and balloons in the company of colleagues and friends.
Bernadette Swan's life motto is, "You get nothing by sitting around letting the world go by. You have to be part of it."
Chris Bray is steadfast and earnest on record, steadfast and earnest on stage, steadfast and earnest throughout a simple phone call.
OTTAWA – As Canada defends religious freedom abroad, it must ensure such freedom remains well-defended at home, says constitutional lawyer Janet Epp Buckingham.
When the Second Vatican Council began in 1962, "it was like Mary meeting Elizabeth. There was something new, wonderful and energizing," said Winnipeg Archbishop James Weisgerber.