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Religious freedom advocates say the proposed Charter of Quebec Values that would ban religious dress and symbols from public institutions is unlikely to survive a Supreme Court challenge.
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VATICAN CITY - Jesus told his disciples that the entrance to heaven is like a "narrow gate," not because God has made salvation difficult, but because people find it difficult to recognize their sinfulness and accept God's mercy, Pope Francis said.
The Canadian Medical Association's (CMA) general council has voted not to change its policy against euthanasia and assisted suicide – for now.
Following a lot of prayer, Deacon Lynn Pion decided to apply for a new role as the director of the Edmonton Archdiocese's permanent diaconate formation and study program.
"The reality is that gender discrimination still exists in so many different forms in our world. We all need to continue to work to eliminate that," said Linda Winski.
VATICAN CITY – Archbishop Georg Ganswein, retired Pope Benedict XVI's longtime personal secretary, said a story about the pope resigning after a "mystical experience" was completely invented.
Pamila Jesuthasan knows teaching is her vocation. Because of this, she took a leap of faith by moving more than 2,000 kilometres away from the comforts of her Toronto home to the isolated village of Ivujivik, Que.
Catholic elementary school teacher Krista McCarville is taking one more crack at competitive curling before giving it up to focus on her career and family.
TORONTO – Catholic musicians looking for publicity have found a new home at CatholicBands.com – and music lovers are benefitting.
A Coptic Catholic bishop who served as a member of the assembly that drafted Egypt's 2012 constitution said his country will not have a civil war, and foreign powers – including the United Nations – should not interfere.