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In 1977, St. Patrick's Parish held a celebration in honour of Father Frank Stempfle's 25th anniversary as a priest. Since then, it has also celebrated his 40th anniversary in 1992 and 50th anniversary in 2002.
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DUBLIN – The Catholic Church is under attack "partly because of the sins of some of its leaders, but mainly because of its uncompromising teachings" on marriage, said an Australian archbishop.
The Vatican-ordered doctrinal assessment of the Leadership Conference of Women Religious is not directed at the tens of thousands of women religious whose communities are associated with LCWR, say two bishops who are assisting in the assessment.
After decades of living in darkness, Steve Keogh moved into the light and dedicated his life to bringing hope to those who have none.
Walking kilometres a day under the rain can be challenging. Add to that some fairly bad blisters and some seriously sore muscles and you have a most unpleasant march.
WATERLOO, ONT. – Religious people should make the preservation of the planet their first step in expressing their love for God, says former senator Douglas Roche.
Even with the recent changes to the Roman Missal, the essence of Mass, dating back to the beginning of the Church, has always been the same.
The Edmonton Catholic Women's League is marking its centennial with a historical exhibit that highlights its vocation of service.
The display, which opened June 11 at the Provincial Archives of Alberta, documents the entire 100-year history of the league in several segments, from the early days to the present.
The documents of the Second Vatican Council should be studied as one body of work, lest they be misunderstood or their reforms dismantled piece-by-piece, says a leading Church historian.
VATICAN CITY - The leader of the traditionalist Society of St. Pius X said talks with the Vatican demonstrate that "Rome no longer makes total acceptance" of the teachings of the Second Vatican Council a condition for his group's full reconciliation with the Church.