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VATICAN CITY – The Clementine Hall is traditionally the place where cardinals bid farewell to popes at the end of a pontificate, but usually when the pope in question is lying in state before his funeral.
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The sacrament of Reconciliation is the means by which Catholics receive the forgiveness of God. Its purpose is to provide healing for the soul as well as to regain the grace of God.
VATICAN CITY – Vatican officials have condemned some press coverage of the papal transition.
A small group of men from Wetaskiwin are taking an active stance against abortion.
WINNIPEG – If a teacher in a Catholic school feels that their relationship with God is not that important, their calling is not in a Catholic school, says an American catechist and educator.
With a nod to slain Pakistani cabinet minister Shabbaz Bhatti, Prime Minister Stephen Harper inaugurated the long-awaited Office of Religious Freedom by appointing a Catholic scholar and public servant as its first-ever ambassador.
TORONTO – The teachings of the Second Vatican Council may be more than 50 years old but they shouldn't be regarded as irrelevant on today's post-secondary campuses, said Cardinal Thomas Collins.
Cardinal Thomas Collins is joining thousands who want Vision TV to remain on basic cable so that its religious programming continues to be available to the widest possible audience.
Canada's social safety net could be in trouble as the population continues to age, warns a new study by the Institute of Marriage and Family Canada (IMFC).
OTTAWA – The Institute of Marriage and Family Canada's (IMFC) new executive director says the think tank's next project will examine the strength of marriage among middle class Canadians.