WINNIPEG – Archbishop Michael Bzdel, who served as metropolitan for Ukrainian Catholics in Canada for nearly 13 years, died April 3 at his home in Winnipeg. He was 81.
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Hundreds of people took to the streets of Edmonton's inner city on Good Friday to commemorate Jesus' death and to pray for an end to injustice and inequality in Edmonton and around the world.
A recent fashion show in Manila's business district was in full swing, with models walking the runway slinging brightly coloured purses of different styles from Philippine fashion powerhouse Rajo Laurel's latest collection.
OAKVILLE, ONT. – The clergy have never been an outstanding revenue source for governments, yet some clergy are volunteering to pay more taxes.
Pope Benedict has firmly criticized dissent from Church teachings and disobedience of God's will as illegitimate paths to reform and renewal.
Our mission as a Church is to meet the humanity of today so that it may encounter God, who offers love.
OTTAWA – The Assembly of Quebec Bishops and the Catholic Organization for Life and Family (COLF) are opposing a Quebec commission's recommendation to allow euthanasia under limited circumstances.
For Christians, the Passover Seder meal is a way not only to connect with the roots of their own religion, but also to see how ancient practices still pertain to modern Christianity.
Now that Ontario's highest court has found most laws surrounding prostitution in Canada are unconstitutional, people on all sides of the debate are urging Parliament to act.
Legalizing prostitution won't make women safer, a sex-trade survivor told about 200 women and 20 men at a one-day conference on human trafficking.