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For 35 years, Brad Henning has been giving the same talk to teens about boy-girl relationships, and for 35 years they have been responding with laughter and enthusiasm.
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People from Edmonton have joined with hundreds of others worldwide for the annual 40 Days for Life, an international pro-life movement, from Sept. 25 to Nov. 3. The campaign involves prayer, fasting and community outreach.
It was steady as she goes on election day Oct. 21 for Edmonton's Catholic school trustees with all six incumbents who sought re-election back on the board.
Catholic education is about inviting young people to a relationship with Jesus, Stefan Michniewski told graduating students at Newman Theological College Oct. 19.
Ryan Feehan is excited about the future. He now has the tools he needs to do a more effective job as teacher, assistant principal and chaplain at St. Mark's Junior High Catholic School.
Trustees were elected and acclaimed in all the Catholic school districts in the Edmonton Archdiocese during municipal elections held Oct. 21 in most locales and Oct. 16 in Lloydminster.
When Valerie Sirani and Amy Brown hosted the first gathering in Baltimore known as a "death cafe," they did not know what to expect.
Aline Garneau felt lost after the death of her husband Roger four years ago. They had been married for 52 years and she didn't know how to live without him. She sought help and found it through GriefShare, a non-denominational ministry that brings comfort and healing to the grieving.
Edmonton's Sacred Heart Parish is a unique Catholic community where rituals meaningful to native culture are incorporated into the Catholic rites.
Often after the death of the loved one of a friend, neighbour or co-worker, people are at a loss for what to say or do but they might be quick to whip up a batch of brownies or a chicken casserole.