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Residents gather at the site of a car bomb attack in late February in Baghdad.
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The authority of the college of bishops was not only one of the most important issues discussed at the Second Vatican Council, it was also among the most controversial.
Argentine Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio, 76 was elected the 266th pope on March 13 and took the name Francis.
Thousands of people lined up at confessionals across the Edmonton Archdiocese March 6 making the Day of Reconciliation a huge success in the eyes of priests who spent hours offering the sacrament of Reconciliation.
Making an act of faith is similar to going on a pilgrimage, a U.S.-based theologian said at the annual Anthony Jordan Lecture Series.
Rosey Rosenke's views on abortion were transformed after witnessing an ultrasound of an abortion procedure from a baby's point of view. The unborn baby was 10 weeks old. She resembled a little person in every imaginable way.
Thousands of Catholics experienced relief and forgiveness after confessing their sins March 6, sometimes after lengthy waits outside Reconciliation rooms and confessionals.
A Jesuit priest from Slovakia, known in Western Canada for his physical strength, tireless work ethic and commitment to helping immigrants, died March 1.
Regis College has a new resident. Jesus the Homeless, a sculpture cast in bronze depicting Christ as a homeless man, was installed outside the Jesuit school of theology at the University of Toronto on Feb. 23.
Prior to entering the conclave to elect a new pope, members of the College of Cardinals held six days of meetings – called congregations – to discuss a wide range of issues facing the Church today.