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Julien Hammond has spent a decade promoting cooperation, unity and better understanding among different religious denominations in Alberta.
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VATICAN CITY – Winning converts to the Church, ministering better to practising Catholics and bringing lapsed members back into the fold are all parts of "new evangelization," Pope Benedict said.
EDMONTON – St. Kateri Tekakwitha is a model of how to live with a pure, undivided heart, said Archbishop Richard Smith.
Newman Theological College's board of directors has moved quickly to fill the gap left by its president, Father Paul Terrio, being named the bishop of St. Paul.
For all of the people who supported their ventures, prayed and worshipped with them, and kept the faith alive at Sacred Heart Parish in Edson for the past century, Oct. 27 was an evening to celebrate. The town has been richly blessed and well-served by many amiable priests, the Sisters of Service and the Catholic schools.
On the subject of the Second Vatican Council, Ralph Martin is nothing if not an enthusiast.
A recent study has reported that Catholic school graduates view the role of faith in the public square similarly to graduates of public schools.
SASKATOON – Theology on Tap began the season with a provocative question posed by presenter Blake Sittler: "God is alive, but is religion on life-support?"
The Filipino cardinal announced Oct. 24 is widely lauded for his theological gifts and his humility.
WASHINGTON – Cardinal-designate John Olorunfemi Onaiyekan has been an ardent promoter of dialogue among Christians and other religions and a vocal advocate for peace and cooperation, especially in Nigeria.