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EDMONTON — Knights of Columbus in Edmonton are helping to bring some warmth to children during the cold winter months. more . . .
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From inside a brown, battered SUV, with the doors locked and the windows up, and in the company of a seasoned Haitian driver, the Petionville Market after dark is as frightening as any place I've ever been. more . . .
The Catholic Church's position on gun control is not easy to find; there are dozens of speeches and talks and a few documents that call for much tighter regulation of the global arms trade, but what about private gun ownership? more . . .
For years, Christian leaders have recognized a waning enthusiasm for ecumenism, but now they are warning that too many Christians assume their divisions and differences just don't matter. more . . .
OTTAWA - The Catholic Church in Canada has agreed to begin a formal theological dialogue with evangelicals. The first set of meetings will take place March 24-25 in Toronto. more . . .
Exorcisms have always piqued the Hollywood imagination and provided a steady source of material for filmmakers in the horror genre. And with a new movie set for release Jan. 28, plus a reality-TV series on exorcists, Hollywood is once again entering the battleground of good versus evil.more . . .
REGINA — The right of gay couples to be married free from discrimination trumps the freedom of religion and conscience rights of Saskatchewan's marriage commissioners, the Saskatchewan Court of Appeal has ruled. more . . .
Experience, patience and faith are essentials for the man at the helm of St. Joseph Seminary and Newman Theological College.
For the past six months, Sulpician Father Shayne Craig, 46, has been focused on the new building and the move. more . . .
EDMONTON — At the top of the list of traumatic events in a person's life, death and divorce are followed by moving.
"We've lived through that," says Father Stefano Penna, academic dean at Newman Theological College. "This has been a journey in the desert a lot of the time." more . . .
EDMONTON — Both Newman Theological College and St. Joseph's Seminary have gone through tremendous change lately. What remains constant is their undying support from two Catholic organizations, the Catholic Women's League and Knights of Columbus. more . . .