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EDMONTON — Anxiety is one of the greatest threats to Christian unity, says the Lutheran pastor who led the Jan. 23 service for the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity. more . . .
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EDMONTON — Edmonton Catholic Schools' trustees have voted to abolish gambling activities as a source of school funding. more . . .
MEXICO CITY — Retired Bishop Samuel Ruiz Garcia, known as the champion of the poor and indigenous in southern Mexico, died Jan. 24 of complications from long-standing illnesses. He was 86. more . . .
On Jan. 23, the Conservative Party celebrated its fifth anniversary in power, thanks partly to a swing in the Catholic and the ethnic vote from the Liberals.
EDMONTON — Father Jose Teodoro Sugay was prayerful, a man of God and a man of tremendous self-sacrifice. more . . .
WINNIPEG — Archbishop James Weisgerber says he won't drink bottled water where public water is available and has agreed to promote bottled-water-free zones. more . . .
EDMONTON — Elena Zerea's experiences are an example of the nightmare that many refugees call their lives. more . . .
OTTAWA — A Catholic Church and United Church of Canada dialogue group is preparing a joint-statement on marriage, despite their churches taking opposing sides in the same-sex marriage debate. more . . .
Living a life of chastity is an ongoing journey which requires both guidance and encouragement. In order to help young Catholics on this challenging journey, the Episcopal Commission for Doctrine of the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops would like to show its solidarity with them by providing some words of direction and support. more . . .
LLOYDMINSTER - "In this Mass to begin the year 2011 as you resume the school after a short break, we the priests and parishioners of St. Anthony's Parish, Lloydminster, wish to welcome you back with joy and pray that the Lord will continue to lead you through the directions of your teachers." more . . .