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Nelson LaPerle, a non-practising Catholic, is happy he attended the recent Alpha program at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Parish in Sherwood Park.
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ROME – The archbishop of Quebec will join 18 other prelates, many from the developing world, in being inducted into the College of Cardinals Feb. 22.
EDMONTON – Yes, she did get her flu shot. She does each and every year. Her three children too.
The worrisome spread of H1N1 influenza has prompted the Archdiocese of Edmonton to implement safety precautions during the celebration of the Eucharist, following the advice from Dr. Gerry Predy, senior medical officer of health.
Students from Catholic schools throughout the Edmonton Archdiocese have selflessly raised tens of thousands of dollars for relief efforts in the Philippines.
Heartiest greetings of pure joy in Jesus Christ to all those who have decided to continue receiving the Western Catholic Reporter.
SANTO DOMINGO, DOMINICAN REPUBLIC – Haiti's new cardinal is known as a tireless worker, an advocate for the people and someone who never forgot his impoverished childhood.
Talks by a young nun prompted hundreds of young people to line up for Confession Dec. 29 at Catholic Christian Outreach's 25th anniversary CCO Rise Up conference.
While on the verge of laying down his title as archbishop of Winnipeg, James Weisgerber picked up a new title: Officer of the Order of Canada.
An adventurous and dedicated priest has become the new shepherd of one of the largest and northernmost dioceses in the world.