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The Church is the creation of God and we are called to be stewards of this creation, says Archbishop Richard Smith.
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EDMONTON - Catholics in the Edmonton Archdiocese are being invited to mark the conclusion of the archdiocese's 100th anniversary year by walking in the footsteps of Jesus.
EDMONTON – The archdiocesan Week for Family and Life will offer a wide variety of sessions for families at different ages and stages on their journey.
When people think injustice cannot be overcome, it is important to look at the things in history that have changed, says the research and advocacy officer for Development and Peace.
EDMONTON – For Indre Cuplinskas the April 12 Social Justice Institute was an opportunity to learn more about the legacy of residential schools.
In the early years of Canada, it was aboriginal people who paid the bill for the country's growing prosperity, says the head of an ecumenical institute for indigenous theology.
What is passed off as women's spirituality these days is downright absurd. Peruse the women's section of any religious bookstore, and the selection focuses on diets, boosting self-esteem and looking pretty for Jesus.
The election of Pope Francis marks a new phase in the Catholic Church's process of fully understanding, responding to and living out the teachings of the Second Vatican Council, said Cardinal Walter Kasper.
VATICAN CITY – A Christian isn't a person who simply follows some commandments, but is a person who tries to think like Christ, "act like him, love like him," Pope Francis said at his April 10 weekly general audience.
LIMA, PERU – In his first weeks as head of the Catholic Church, Pope Francis has echoed many of the concerns that he and fellow prelates raised in a conference of Latin American bishops six years ago.