Parents overwhelmingly believe it is better for young children to be at home with a parent rather than in day care or all-day kindergarten, according to a new poll commissioned by an Ottawa think tank.
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Pastoral assistants help others encounter Jesus. At Pastoral Assistants' Day, one woman spoke of a non-Catholic custodian at her parish. He has been inquiring more and more about the Church, and now keeps a rosary in his vehicle.
Bishop Anthony Krótki (on bear rug) is examined by Bishop Reynald Rouleau, bishop-emeritus of Churchill-Hudson Bay, at his episcopal ordination in Rankin Inlet, Nunavut, May 30.
VANCOUVER – A long-time tireless advocate for the homeless in Vancouver says she got the energy for her work through reading the Bible.
The Catholic Church in Canada is ahead of its neighbours to the south when it comes to addressing sexual abuse by clergy, says Holy Cross Father George Mulligan.
FRASER LAKE – Pilgrims will have a chance to sing, learn, and pray for peace and healing together at the Rose Prince Lejac Pilgrimage July 5 to 7.
OTTAWA – Archbishop Richard Smith has expressed the condolences of the Canadian bishops to the family of Dr. Henry Morgentaler who died May 29.
VATICAN CITY - The life of Blessed John XXIII is a lesson in how obedience and trust in God lead to interior peace that is recognized by and shared with others, Pope Francis said.
Jesus, who once told his disciples to give the hungry crowd something to eat, is now asking us to feed the hungry a Gospel diet, says Archbishop Richard Smith.
WASHINGTON – The fetal nervous system and brain structures that communicate pain are already in place by the 18th week of gestation, a neurobiologist told a congressional hearing May 23.