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Share this Twitter Myspace Digg Del.icio.us Yahoo Googlize this Facebook Export PDFPrintE-mail The Congregation for the Evangelization of Peoples, following a consultation with the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops, has appointed Father Alex Osei, C.S.Sp., as Director of the Canadian English Sector of the Pontifical Mission Societies (PMS). He succeeds Mr.
Share this Twitter Myspace Digg Del.icio.us Yahoo Googlize this Facebook Export PDFPrintE-mail The Standing Committee for Relations with Movements and Associations of the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops (CCCB) has sent its annual Pentecost message to the Catholic movements and associations of Canada.
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2013-05-09 Vatican Radio (Vatican Radio) Pro-life advocates across Canada are taking part in events to mark the 2013 National March for Life, being held in Ottawa, the nation’s capital, on Thursday March 9.
Share this Twitter Myspace Digg Del.icio.us Yahoo Googlize this Facebook Export PDFPrintE-mail On the occasion of the first National Week for Life and the Family, May 12 to 19, 2013, the Catholic Organization for Life and Family (COLF) joins Catholics from across the country and the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops (CCCB) by releasing the message “Celebrate life!
“I know how to make a canoe, and how to enjoy it.I know how to build a cabin, and how to live in it.But You O God, You made us, and You live in us.The things we make last for a few seasons.We only use the canoes we create for a short time.We only live in the houses we build for a few years.But Your love for us will endure so long that we cannot count the time.You will comfort us forever.”— Joseph Chiwatenhwa (a Huron Native and a courageous helper of the Canadian Martyrs)
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Tolerance for me, but not for thee Published: Monday, April 29, 2013, 9:10 am | Author: Theresa Yoshioka Print This Article Tagged with: Human rights Morality Arün Smith favours diversity, just not diversity of opinion.
Terror plot suspects shouldn’t have been in Canada in the first placeby Brian LilleySo one of the suspects arrested Monday in the alleged terror plot should have been kicked out of Canada 15 years ago and the other one never should have been allowed in. Yet somehow it happened.Feel safe Canada?Raed Jaser is the Toronto half of our alleged terror plot duo who was denied refugee status and ordered deported in 1998
In the world of parliamentary business, motions of commitment and encouragement can get lost under the weight of debate and controversy surrounding more binding efforts. But in politics, governance culture can be everything, and yesterday in the House of Commons Motion 382 took an important step forward to recognizing not only the high priority of religious freedom in Canadian foreign policy, but also religious literacy generally in its foreign affairs.As I’ve said elsewhere, the measure of efforts like the Office of Religious Freedom will be not just the work of religious freedom, important as that is, but the inroads it can make into cultivating religious literacy generally in foreign affairs
The Most Reverend Richard Smith, President of the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops (CCCB) and Archbishop of Edmonton, has sent a letter to the Most Reverend Joe Vásquez, Bishop of Austin. In his letter, Archbishop Smith conveys the concerns and prayers of the Bishops and faithful of Canada following the devastating explosion in the town of West, Texas.Link to the letter
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News Articles New Evangelization Focus of Adult Faith Education by Ed BourassaMelfort – New Evangelization is the focus of an adult faith education series at Our Lady of Consolation Parish, Melfort. The presentations and discussions are being developed in an effort to understand the concept of new evangelization from a global and national and local parish perspective.
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Share this Twitter Myspace Digg Del.icio.us Yahoo Googlize this Facebook Export PDFPrintE-mail The Most Reverend Richard Smith, President of the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops (CCCB) and Archbishop of Edmonton, has sent a letter to His Eminence Sean Patrick Cardinal O’Malley, O.F.M. Cap., Archbishop of Boston
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What are Canada’s values? Political parties are always trying to push a new platform and give the electorate more reasons to vote for them or re-elect them
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Icon “Christ, the Just Judge — The Book of the Gospels is Closed”,by the hand of Sarah “Sallie” Thayer, 2013The passage below from St. Matthew’s Gospel, Chapter 25:31-46 (RSV-CE) is one I thought of frequently as I was working on this new icon of Christ the Judge, ready of the final judgement.
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