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OTTAWA – The Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops' (CCCB) annual plenary will reflect on topics as diverse as the Second Vatican Council and the global economic crisis.
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Ukrainian Catholic bishops from around the world gathered here to discuss how to make their parishes more vibrant – especially through the involvement of laypeople.
PORTAGE LA PRAIRIE, MAN. – Catholic and Orthodox churches in Canada and the United States can be an example for their counterparts in Ukraine, said Canada's top Ukrainian Orthodox leader.
Robert John Gaudet maintains the grace of God abounds in our lives even when we fail to recognize it.
TORONTO - A lobby group pushing for government funding of in vitro fertilization (IVF) has stepped up its campaign.
VANCOUVER – So-called designer babies should be a "moral obligation," writes the editor-in-chief of the international Journal of Medical Ethics.
TORONTO – Going into its 21st year as Canada's right-leaning, conservative journal of ideas, Catholic Insight is writing a new chapter in its history. But the man writing that chapter promises it will be just like the first chapter.
Sept. 25, 2011 marked the launch of the newly minted musical settings that followed the complete liturgical overhaul of the Roman Missal.
Have you ever wondered what a birthday cake would look like with 100 candles on it? Then perhaps you should be at Franciscan Brother Casimir Kolodychuk's 100th birthday party Sunday, Sept. 16.
Devotion to Mary "collapsed" in many regions after the Second Vatican Council even though the council fathers had upheld her critical place within the Catholic faith, said an expert in Marian studies.