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A group of scientists has proposed that human beings emerged from one single evolving human species rather than branching from a tree of multiple, early ancestral species.
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OTTAWA – As Quebec's euthanasia Bill 52 faces its first vote, the Catholic Organization for Life and Family (COLF) and the Euthanasia Prevention Coalition (EPC) put out urgent calls to oppose the bill.
The French immersion program at the Lloydminster Catholic School Division has experienced tremendous growth, with enrollments increasing from 143 students in 2002 to 438 students today – growth that is expected to continue.
The sacraments of Christian initiation – Baptism, Confirmation and the Eucharist – lay the foundations of every Christian life.
On March 19th of this year, the solemnity of St. Joseph, Holy Mass was celebrated in Rome by Pope Francis to inaugurate his ministry as bishop of Rome and successor of St. Peter. His homily that day offers a beautiful perspective from which to appreciate the gift and responsibility of all involved in Catholic education.
The Evergreen Catholic School District is now sponsoring a fully functioning poultry farm in Owerri, Nigeria.
The venture which was proposed by Father Sabinus Iwu when he was serving at St. Mary Parish in Westlock is a partnership with Seat of Wisdom Seminary in Owerri.
For those requiring a more flexible schedule, an outreach school is exactly what some students in Leduc need to complete their high school education.
Why hold just one high school retrally – that's a cross between a retreat and a rally – when you can have a whole week of them?
Pope Francis looks at ebony statues he received as a gift from Equatorial Guinea's president.
Archbishop Georg Ganswein, prefect of the papal household and personal secretary to retired Pope Benedict XVI, said it’s a challenge serving two popes.