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A Church that is rich and lacking in praise for the Lord is an old, lifeless Church that neglects the true treasure of God's free gift of grace and salvation, Pope Francis said in a morning homily.
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EDMONTON – Kathy Torpie has a dual perspective as both a health care professional and as a patient.
There is a war happening, a culture war, right in our backyards and all Christians are called to fight in it, says a prominent Catholic author and academic.
OTTAWA – A private member's bill to designate April 2 as Pope John Paul II Day in Canada passed third reading in the House of Commons June 12 with support from all political parties.
VATICAN CITY – Christians have "far to go" if they seek to be known primarily for their love of God and neighbour, Pope Francis said.
Bishop Anthony Krotki found out a few weeks before his episcopal ordination he was finally a grandfather.
EDMONTON – On May 29, the St. Clement Grade 5 students marked their successful completion of the international baccalaureate Primary Years Program with an exhibition.
ST. PAUL, ALTA. – Bishop Paul Terrio has announced the following priests' appointments for the Diocese of St. Paul. All appointments take effect Aug. 15.
OTTAWA – A priest who directs the Jesuit Cultural Centre in Alexandria, Egypt, blasted Western support of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt during a visit to Parliament Hill.
When Pope John Paul II first called for a New Evangelization 30 years ago, it did not rank high on the Richter scale. Over the ensuing years, he spoke increasingly of the need for new methods of bringing the Gospel to formerly Christian countries. He also called for greater zeal and new ways to express eternal truths.