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PORT COQUITLAM, B.C. – Peace could be on the horizon, after a lengthy and heated battle between some folks in a Port Coquitlam neighbourhood and Our Lady of the Assumption Parish over the use of the parish's bell tower.
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In his discussions with controversial groups, the new head of the Vatican's doctrinal office says he will emphasize that being Catholic means believing what the Church teaches.
KIMBERLY, ONT. - Atheists are taking Ontario's Grey County to court to force county council to stop praying the Our Father at the start of meetings.
People carry the remains of a statue of Mary that survived the Nagasaki atomic bomb as they march through the streets Aug. 9, the 67th anniversary of the bombing in Nagasaki, Japan.
About 900 Catholic women from across Canada gathered at the Shaw Conference Centre Aug. 12-15 for the 92nd annual national convention of the Catholic Women's League of Canada.
Edmonton – CWL national president Velma Harasen says she is satisfied with the progress made by the league during her two-year mandate.
The spiritual poverty in our society is due to the availability of too many forms of spirituality rather than too few, says Ottawa philosopher Chantal Beauvais.
When the Edmonton Institution for Women opened its doors in 1995, the Catholic Women's League wanted to provide for the inmates.
Refugees arriving in Edmonton, especially those coming from war-torn countries, usually bring little with them.
EDMONTON – With the Catholic Women's League comprised of mostly older women, several parishes throughout the Edmonton Archdiocese have been devising new ways to attract younger members.