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The article “Stopping health care for refugees could block sponsorships” (Bob McKeon, Journey to Justice, Aug. 20) may be accurate, but I would like to present the following scenario.
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The Aug. 20 issue was rich and interesting.
A number of articles addressed similar concerns about the direction of the Church and its faithful.
We are very greatly saddened by the profound pain of all who have suffered in the events described during the week of Aug. 13 in Kamloops. This reality remains with us day and night, and continues to be an ever-present experience and grief that is also shared deeply in our own family.
The president of the Nigerian bishops' conference has called for the international community to help his country improve its security operations to stop the "fundamentalist, fanatic" Boko Haram terrorist group.
MANCHESTER, ENGLAND – Tony Nicklinson, a man paralyzed from the neck down following a stroke seven years ago, wept before TV cameras after he was told that he had lost a two-year legal battle to change the law on euthanasia.
Father Adam Lech is the man to go to in the Edmonton Archdiocese. Archbishop Richard Smith appointed him chancellor of the archdiocese Aug. 17.
The Catholic Women's League of Canada, in partnership with the Sisters of Service of Toronto, is setting up a $1-million private charitable foundation to train women in leadership in the Church and in society.
EDMONTON – Christianity was born in the Middle East and yet today it's fast disappearing from the region. Extremism, political instability and lack of jobs are driving Christian families away from the region.
The new national president of the Catholic Women's League is a deeply spiritual woman who wants league members to foster a relationship with Jesus.
A religious freedom expert warns the Parti Quebecois leader's proposed Charter of Secularism would violate Canada's Charter of Rights and Freedoms and push many religious believers out of the public service.