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In the past few months we have read, with great interest, several articles on why the Edmonton Catholic School District should stop using casinos as a way to raise necessary funds for the District's 87 schools. more . . .
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I feel compelled to write about the incredible gifts God has given me, some requested, some I pleaded for, some just suggested by me to be given within his will if he is listening and if he so desires. "Let thy will be done." Some gifts were also given out of his immense love that seemed to guide me into the better life. more . . .
The discovery that the universe started with a "big bang" out of an unimaginably small, hot and dense structure was a fascinating discovery.more . . .
On Jan. 16, Pope Benedict gave an address for the World Day of Migrants and Refugees. He talked about the need for Christians to be welcoming to those from other lands. Globalization is leading the planet into increasing interconnectedness. more . . .
A private Toronto art gallery has received thousands of emails protesting its controversial exhibit featuring a "bullet-ridden" Pope Benedict XVI.
The recent undercover videos showing a Planned Parenthood worker advising clients how to skirt age restrictions on abortion and mandatory reporting laws came as no surprise to Jennifer Ruggiero, director of the Office of Respect for Life in the Diocese of Metuchen, N.J.
Catholic bishops across the U.S. are reminding state legislatures and their fellow citizens that the nation's budgetary problems are not over and must not be resolved on the backs of the poor.
Ireland's prison chaplains demanded the government take an urgent look at its penal policies following the publication of a report by the European Committee for the Prevention of Torture.
A Vatican official said a new iPhone application can help Catholics prepare for Confession, but cannot substitute for the sacramental encounter between a penitent and a priest.
Pakistan's minister for minorities refuses to stop speaking against his country's blasphemy law even though he is a primary target for assassination.