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VATICAN CITY – It was Oct. 11, 1962, and the bishop of Inchon, Korea, was walking in a procession of more than 2,200 other bishops into St. Peter's Basilica on the opening day of the Second Vatican Council.
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Mother Emilie Gamelin, foundress of the Sisters of Providence, lived in Montreal from 1800 to 1851. Her parents taught her to help those who were needy or suffering.
EDMONTON – A longtime Catholic health care volunteer and a former premier are the first two recipients of a new award being bestowed by Covenant Health.
Dr. Eduardo Bruera lives in Texas, and he says almost everyone there greatly prizes their vehicles.
The Canadian Catholic Organization for Development and Peace's fall education campaign is back on, but without postcards urging Prime Minister Stephen Harper to launch a national consultation on foreign aid policy.
TORONTO – The Catechism of the Catholic Church is the best comprehensive presentation of the Catholic faith in hundreds of years, said Vancouver Archbishop Michael Miller.
A retired Catholic school teacher warned that although the occult has a less prevalent role in today's Western society, it should still be taken seriously.
On Nov. 4, 1952, the average wind in Edmonton was 23 km per hour, which made the normal 5 degrees feel more like -5C.
MILLET – "Jesus wept" and the people of St. Norbert's Catholic community in Millet, Alta., are weeping also. After a tremendous struggle, their lovely mission church has been closed and sold to a property developer.
OTTAWA – The Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops will outsource its in-house publishing division and cut the position of senior advisor on social justice.