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Mali's Catholic bishops praised efforts by their acting head of state to hold the country together and backed his appeal for a "general mobilization" against Islamist insurgents.
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VANCOUVER – Most Catholics know making and viewing pornography is sinful. Many also know that viewing it can become an addiction.
Christians are called to give witness to the world that real reconciliation, real peace and real unity are in fact possible, says Archbishop Richard Smith.
With its purpose to act as a yardstick of correct belief, the Nicene Creed is the profession of faith most widely used in Christian liturgy.
Jamie McNamara, superintendent of the St. Thomas Aquinas Roman Catholic Schools (STAR) since 2005, will retire Aug. 31.
On Jan. 28, Canada marks the 25th anniversary of the Supreme Court of Canada decision that struck down Canada's law regulating abortion.
A group of 30 pro-life demonstrators braved the cold Jan. 28 outside Edmonton's Law Courts Building to protest 25 years of unrestricted abortion in Canada.
STONY PLAIN – Inspired by the Nothing More Beautiful evangelization series and the Year of Faith, Ephphatha House is running a series on the family called Giving Glory to God in the Family.
Volunteer International Christian Service has named Joyce de Gooijer as its new director, replacing Spiritan Father Bob Colburn.
TORONTO – Cardinal Thomas Collins has launched a pastoral plan for the Archdiocese of Toronto that proposes creation of a "Cathedral Block" to transform St. Michael's Cathedral and surrounding area into a place of pilgrimage.