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Thank you Bishop Frederick Henry for bringing to the fore a real problem in our churches and which causes hard feelings among parishioners (WCR June 10, “Respect, courtesy matter in life, at Church”) – bad manners and lack of consideration.
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I am replying to David Fraser’s letter in the May 27 WCR (“Same-sex blessings would mellow attitudes”).
By the end of the second session of the Second Vatican Council, there was considerable unease among the council fathers. The council was proceeding at a snail's pace and it was far from clear as to who was running the show.
Pro-life and other groups joined forces to denounce a bill governing end-of-life care introduced by the Quebec government June 12 as a form of Belgian-style euthanasia.
At Holy Cross Cemetery on Father's Day they offered a Fat Frank's jumbo hot dog with all the trimmings and a drink for free. There were few takers in the first 20 minutes as people didn't want to get wet.
An aggressive secular orthodoxy has created a cartoon version of the Christian faith said the keynote speaker at the National Prayer Breakfast here June 4.
Vowing that no Canadian child would ever go hungry, the Society of St. Vincent de Paul (SSVP) has sent more than $200,000 worth of food and supplies to help hungry children in the Canadian Arctic.
A news report that Pope Francis acknowledged the existence of a "gay lobby" inside the Vatican offers a sensational example of his unvarnished speaking style and a reminder of the challenge that style poses for the papacy in the age of digital communications and vanishing privacy.
OTTAWA – The Canadian Medical Association wants parliamentarians to consider the role poverty plays in health outcomes as well as demands on the health care system.
Several years ago, some friars decided to convert an old friary in northern New Jersey into an AIDS hospice.