Patrizia Piredda and Nicola Medas are pictured moments after becoming engaged in St. Peter's Square.
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Jean-Noel Cormier got his first glimpse of poverty – and a desire to help – in his childhood in Bouctouche, N.B.
Brother Anthony Kowalczyk, an Oblate who spent much of his life in prayer and service in Edmonton and is buried in St. Albert, is just a miracle away from being beatified.
In downtown Edmonton, through the city's urban core, almost 1,000 Christians from various traditions joined to commemorate the day Jesus Christ was crucified.
The message of Divine Mercy is that God loves us and wants us to see that his mercy is greater than our sins, says Sister Katrina Le.
Canada's Catholic bishops say there is an "urgent need for action" on the environment to protect the common good and promote international cooperation.
A Catholic Women's League delegation came to Ottawa March 23-27 chiefly to build bridges on Parliament Hill, said the CWL president Betty Anne Brown Davidson.
Gary Johnson has much to be proud of as he concludes his two-year stint as state deputy of the Knights of Columbus of Alberta-Northwest Territories.
The long-time spiritual leader of the Knights of Columbus of Alberta-Northwest Territories says he has learned at least one thing from Pope Benedict XVI – when it's time to retire.
The pontificate of Pope Francis will be one of new evangelization and one that will "reach out in new ways to laymen and laywomen," said Carl Anderson, supreme knight of the Knights of Columbus.