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In November, the Vatican published a book entitled Interreligious Dialogue in the Official Teaching of the Catholic Church (1963-2013). While the book is not likely to become a bestseller, its publication is a significant event.
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Charitable appeals made in parishes across the Edmonton Archdiocese will be rolled into one starting in Lent 2014.
ROME – When Ukrainian Catholic Bishop Borys Gudziak addressed the crowds in Kyiv's Independence Square Dec. 8, he focused on youth and told them they could change the country.
St. Francis Xavier Day, celebrated at its namesake high school, is a day for faith, fun and a feast.
EDMONTON – When Father Mike Mireau was sick with cancer, it created "a lot of sadness" at St. Francis Xavier High School, says the school's principal.
Jean McDonald, a Catholic school trustee for 24 years, was a strong advocate for Catholic education who wanted every student to know their faith. She was also known as a woman of deep faith with a strong love for family, community and the world around her.
SASKATOON – The evangelization of university students has been an enriching experience, say leaders of Catholic and evangelical groups bringing the Gospel to campuses across Canada.
TROCHU – Legacy Day was held Nov. 27 at St. Mary's Health Care Center in Trochu, beginning with a chapel service led by Chaplain Pastor Nick Wasylowich with participation from Covenant Health and present and retired staff.
Preparing for the title role in Mary of Nazareth helped German actress Alissa Jung to realize that Mary was not only the mother of God but a real person.
Pope Francis and the eight members of his international Council of Cardinals have begun looking at specific ways to reorganize the Roman Curia, the Vatican spokesman said.