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Christian George and Christophe Potworowski met, appropriately enough, in church about three years ago.
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Kaitlyn Duthie-Kannikkatt's understanding of the Holy Spirit is a huge motivating factor in her going to the People's Summit in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, June 15-23.
A nun holds a ciborium in the offertory procession during Mass.
A serious faith asks questions and seeks answers. A person of faith wants to live their faith and, in order to live it, he or she must first know it. While faith is more than an intellectual knowing, faith is not blind.
There's a much quoted line from Leonard Cohen that suggests that the place where we are broken is also the place where our redemption starts: There is a crack in everything, that's how the light gets in.
Unlike most years, this year we celebrate the liturgy for the Birth of John the Baptist on a Sunday. John holds a unique place in our salvation story; he was the chosen one who, in so many ways, prepared the way for Jesus' ministry.
Over the past several weeks, Canada has been gripped by an increasingly divisive and loud parliamentary debate over Bill C-38, which is ostensibly a budget bill.
Growing up a Protestant, in northern Nigeria, was difficult because it was not easy to know exactly what to believe as a Christian – the homilies depended on the pastor's intuition into the scriptural passage they chose.
Catholics should use the resource of the family to confront the challenges of secularized societies, Cardinal Marc Ouellet told the International Theology Symposium in Dublin June 6.
A website featuring well-known Catholic speakers, musicians and comedians aims to help young people grow in their faith.