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For many years, Catholic women were required to wear something on their heads when attending Mass. I am not sure when this policy was no longer in effect but is there anything saying that hats/scarves are inappropriate for church in this day and age?
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On Nov. 14, 1962, as soon as the fathers of the Second Vatican Council had given overwhelming approval in principle to the Constitution on the Sacred Liturgy, they turned their attention to a schema that had been proposed called the Sources of Revelation.
I am writing to express my utter dismay at the negligence of our Catholic community not to do anything regarding the disgraceful description of our Christian faith at City Hall.
As Chief Theresa Spence passed three weeks living on nothing but water, fish broth and herbal tea, churches and Christian organizations were lining up behind her request for a meeting with Prime Minister Stephen Harper, Gov.-Gen. David Johnston and aboriginal leaders from across Canada.
VATICAN CITY – The family in Western society is undergoing a "crisis that threatens it to its foundations," said Pope Benedict in his annual talk to the Roman Curia.
OTTAWA – Archbishop Emeritus Joseph-Aurèle Plourde of Ottawa died Jan. 5 in Ottawa, one week short of his 98th birthday and after almost 49 years as a bishop.
Bishop Gerald Wiesner has retired as Bishop of Prince George and is already living at the retirement home of the Oblate Fathers in Saskatoon.
The trumpeters and singers joined in unison, as with one voice, to give praise and thanks to the Lord" (2 Chronicles 5.13).
Today's churches were built by our parents and grandparents. Now is an opportune time for us to do the same, said Father Jim Corrigan, and contribute to building a new church for our children and grandchildren.
EDMONTON – Catholic Social Services has had its most successful Sign of Hope Campaign yet, raising more than $2.87 million.