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When Norma Chamut found herself pregnant with her fourth child she had an abortion.
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Ken Fast described living the faith in a rural setting as being "like one piece of cloth" – an integration of family, work and church life into one fabric, not something disjointed.
OTTAWA – This year's National March for Life May 9 framed abortion as a human rights issue, damaging especially to women and girls, and it drew the largest crowd ever.
Passing on the Catholic faith to your children takes time.
Richard Rymarz said that basic insight is not rocket science. However, in hectic lives where time is limited, its implementation can be difficult.
Pope Francis exchanges skull caps with a young girl.
EDMONTON – The culture of life is grounded on the inalienable dignity of each person, says Archbishop Richard Smith.
The Vatican has been quick to embrace the social networks but dioceses have been cautious. The Edmonton Archdiocese is on Facebook and Archbishop Richard Smith has a blog. Soon a Twitter account may be opened.
In 2008, Christian missionaries John and Eloise Bergen were working with orphans near Kitale, Kenya. Late one evening, nine men broke into their rural farm and brutally assaulted them.
Carmel Hunt was born into a ready-made community. As the youngest of nine children, she grew up learning that although everyone in her busy home was of the same family, everyone was different.
All of us are living love stories and some of those stories express tenderness towards the elderly who are spouses, mothers or fathers, friends and soulmates, who have lost their autonomy.
VATICAN CITY – Social media need to promote more logic, kindness and Christian witness than bluster, star-status and division, says the pope's 2013 message for World Communications Day.
VATICAN CITY – Payback with Satan is rotten as he pushes people to be loveless and selfish, finally leaving them with nothing and alone, Pope Francis said.
For everyone born into this world, death is inevitable. But one's outlook on death changes drastically when the date of death is penciled in on a calendar.