We are pleased to present below all posts archived in 'September 2013'. If you still can't find what you are looking for, try using the search box.
Montreal Archbishop Christian Lépine has warned against enshrining Quebec values in a charter.
Read the rest of entry »
EDMONTON – Newman Theological College has begun the current academic year with higher enrolments than anticipated.
TORONTO – To achieve global peace we must first find it individually, within our own hearts, said Cardinal Thomas Collins.
Catholics attending a special Mass for peace in Syria were united in the belief that the power of prayer can help to end the violence in the Middle Eastern nation.
Sister Annata Brockman and principal Katherine Dekker are recipients of prestigious awards from the University of Alberta Alumni Association.
WINNIPEG – The Holocaust suffered by the Jews of Europe during the Second World War should have finally ended anti-Semitism, says political commentator Rex Murphy. Yet decades later, that is far from the case.
While the Syrian refugee crisis grows, most of the refugees being welcomed to Edmonton come from countries like Somalia, Afghanistan, Iran, Iraq, Congo and Eritrea.
Archbishop Richard Smith has announced the following appointments of priests in the Edmonton Archdiocese effective in September 2013.
In several nations, the birth of a baby girl is no cause for celebration. A cultural preference for male offspring means many baby girls are unwanted and in peril.
Pope Francis' Sept. 11 meeting with Dominican Father Gustavo Gutierrez was an informal one, held in the in the pope's residence, the Domus Sanctae Marthae, and not listed on his official schedule.