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When Veronica Isinger is not talking with women who plan to have abortions, she is praying for them.
"Praying is always good," says Isinger, a volunteer at the Back Porch, located across the street from Edmonton's abortion clinic. more . . .
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OTTAWA - The pastor of Holy Family Coptic Catholic Church in Toronto, is not just worried about fellow Copts - Orthodox or Catholic - in Egypt, he is worried about the future for all Egyptians. more . . .
Catholic young adults aren't as attached to the Church as their counterparts from the 1940s and 1950s, but they have not abandoned the faith, according to speakers at a two-day forum at Fordham University.
Sociologist James Davidson, professor emeritus at Purdue University, said young Catholics "distinguish between the Catholic faith, which they identify with and respect, and the Catholic Church, which they are less attached to." more . . .
EDMONTON - With gambling revenue now an unacceptable way to fund Catholic schools, some parents have questioned where money for necessary programs would come from. more . . .
Recognizing evil, our forefathers sacrificed with manly courage to change the world. They took action for a nobler purpose.
In today's secularized society, however, men often buy into popular opinion, reject the Church and lack the courage to stand up for what is right. To adhere to magnanimity — a necessary virtue of a real man — Father Paul Nicholson advised patterning one's life after St. Joseph. more . . .
GATINEAU, QUEBEC - As Quebec marked Suicide Prevention Week (Jan. 30-Feb. 5), the province's Select Committee on Dying with Dignity held hearings here testing support for legalized euthanasia and assisted suicide. more . . .
GATINEAU, QUEBEC — Katherine Dadej, 45, a biologist and mother of three young children, is afraid she might be dead now if euthanasia and assisted suicide had been legal three years ago. more . . .
A Feb. 3 riot at San Pedro Prison in Lima, Peru, left one inmate dead, less than two months after a fight between rival groups in San Miguel Prison in Santiago, Chile, led to a fire in which 81 inmates died. more . . .
Jerry Goebel learned a crucial lesson from his mentor who was a photographer for Life magazine.
The man shot all his photos in black and white, without ever using a flash. He used the available light to tell a story. more . . .
LONDON, ONT. — Pro-life supporters are not impressed the Monsignor Feeney Foundation, a London-based Catholic education organization, is hosting international AIDS activist and pro-abortion supporter Stephen Lewis at its Feb. 16 fundraiser. more . . .