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We are all called to be saints, which means being and acting like Christ, according to Michèle Boulva, director of the Ottawa-based Catholic Organization for Life and Family (COLF).
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BEAUMONT – About six years ago, parishioners from St. Vital Parish in Beaumont asked about bringing Catholic education to their community.
Thomas Lickona recalls coming home cranky and hungry one evening to find his wife on the phone with a needy friend and no supper ready.
Upon entry into Mother Margaret Mary Catholic High School, visitors will find that the new school, situated in southwest Edmonton, is modern, impeccably clean, and has windows all around its perimeter to brighten the hallways.
I am very grateful to Archbishop Richard Smith for inviting me here to speak to you about my mother – and not just because I am a typical Italian boy – and to have the opportunity to do so especially here in North America, where she is well known and loved by many people. Precisely in your country the message concerning my mother has been welcomed and loved, and has spread incredibly fast.
Calgary Bishop Fred Henry welcomes the Alberta Court of Appeal decision in favour of a former youth pastor who has been fighting a hate speech complaint for 10 years.
Maria Regina Zucchi, 24, of Sao Paolo, Brazil, stands near a painting of a saint.
The fathers of the Second Vatican Council were prescient in their decision to write a document on the Church's relation to non-Christian religions (Nostra Aetate). The trends of mass immigration and the expansion of mass communications were likely not foreseeable 50 years ago, and they have brought Christians in many parts of the Western world into close contact with people of other faiths.
Imagine being born blind and living into adulthood without ever having seen light and colour. Then, through some miraculous operation, doctors are able to give you sight. What would you feel immediately upon opening your eyes? Wonder? Bewilderment? Ecstasy? Pain? Some combination of all of these?
As I write this tonight, New York is struggling to begin to recover from what is described as its worst storm in living history, my town had a foot of snow dumped on it, wreaking havoc on all the roads, and an earthquake just shook up British Columbia residents with a warning of how much worse it could have been.