On the subject of the Second Vatican Council, Ralph Martin is nothing if not an enthusiast.
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A recent study has reported that Catholic school graduates view the role of faith in the public square similarly to graduates of public schools.
SASKATOON – Theology on Tap began the season with a provocative question posed by presenter Blake Sittler: "God is alive, but is religion on life-support?"
The Filipino cardinal announced Oct. 24 is widely lauded for his theological gifts and his humility.
WASHINGTON – Cardinal-designate John Olorunfemi Onaiyekan has been an ardent promoter of dialogue among Christians and other religions and a vocal advocate for peace and cooperation, especially in Nigeria.
Five years ago, Jim Anderson knew little about St. Thérèse of Lisieux when he applied for a post directing a formation program based in her spirituality.
VANCOUVER – Elderly people could be coerced into "choosing" euthanasia if the practice were legalized, a Vancouver doctor told the Catholic Physicians Guild.
What makes a hospital, nursing home or hospice Catholic isn't the cross in the lobby. It is the decisions made in each and every examination room, operating theatre, boardroom and clinic.
Supporters of Pakistan's religious political party Sunni Tehreek hold a banner and party flags during an anti-U.S. rally in Lahore Oct. 17.
Students at Edmonton's Our Lady of the Prairies Catholic School are generally well behaved. But since the introduction of a behavioural program a year ago, teachers say instances of aggression have been reduced significantly.