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MANILA, PHILIPPINES – In the week after Super Typhoon Haiyan cut a path of devastation across the central Philippines, faith remained strong among the hardest hit.
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Catholics are called to prepare spiritually for Christmas by looking into the life and journey of Christ, says the bishop of the Ukrainian Catholic Eparchy of Edmonton.
Catholics who believe in economic justice and in caring for the environment have little choice but to purchase fair trade products and avoid the use of bottled water.
MEXICO CITY - Archbishop Terrence Prendergast of Ottawa recalled once having a parish that needed a new furnace and was considering hiring a youth pastor.
The Edmonton Catholic School District was built by those who believe in and support Catholic education. They were people of adventure and spirit.
A place where you matter, a place where you belong.
That, says Bert Pitzel, is the essence of a satisfied soul. Pitzel, social justice co-ordinator for the Regina Archdiocese, spoke to the WCR prior to his Nov. 18 visit to Edmonton to speak about restorative justice.
Cabinet documents from the Mulroney era in the run-up to the last attempt to pass a law restricting abortion reveal the deep tensions of the time, says The Canadian Press.
What is a chaplain and what are they doing in junior high and senior high schools in Edmonton Catholic Schools (ECSD)?
Mary Ford had no idea what she had gotten herself into. But after seeing a newborn goat struggle to stay alive near its mother, she knew she couldn't philosophize about life or city versus country ZIP codes any longer.
Priscilla Coleman strongly believes that having an abortion can lead to developing a mental illness.