In promoting the traditional family as good for society and the world, the Catholic Church sees it as “the first roadblock” against the “dictatorship of individualism,” said the president of the Pontifical Council for the Family.
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Two Iraqi boys hold candles as they pray for peace
I was very surprised and deeply disappointed with your editorial “Human rights come before gun ownership” (WCR, Dec. 24). The “facts” that were presented were not correct in the least.
John Acheson (WCR, Dec 17) presents a very negative view of what Catholic education should provide. He wants our schools to instruct our students in all the social ills, even though experience tells us that this approach is rarely successful with young people.
Re: “Catholic education battles secular push” (WCR, Dec. 17).
The recent appointment of Mark Carney to the head the Bank of England is a huge compliment to our Edmonton Catholic Schools.
In my article in the Dec. 17 WCR (“Parents must be engaged in children’s education”), I noted that we need to “pray for our politicians.”
Bishop Paul Terrio was eager to explain his vision to his new congregation. No sooner had he been ordained bishop of St. Paul than he was on the podium inviting the faithful of his diocese to let the Mother of Jesus into their homes and their lives.
VATICAN CITY – True peacemakers defend human life at every stage of its existence and promote the common good through their economic policies and activities, Pope Benedict said.
For 90 years, the Sisters of Service have been a quiet, dedicated group of women who changed the lives of many communities, organizations and individuals.