By Sherry Antonetti | If we want to follow Christ, it’s as simple as recognizing that we will be called and offered the opportunity to act. How we respond to that call reveals whether we follow Christ, or merely want to appear…
A blessed and joyous Thanksgiving to all our American readers!
With so many crazy things happening in the Church — from idolatry to religious indifferentism to seemingly constant changes to established teaching — Dr. Michael Sirilla, professor of Systematic and Dogmatic Theology at Franciscan University of Steubenville discusses what the faithful should think — and why they should stay Catholic.
Washington D.C., Nov 28, 2019 / 12:03 pm (CNA).- Death. It’s a subject seen as sad, morbid and fearful, something that people would rather not think about, and certainly not discuss. Yet for Catholics, death […]
Well, are you ready to apply? Good news! The implementation committee is thrilled to announce that we will soon be accepting applications for the seven working groups forming in 2020. The application process will begin on February 3rd when the application form will be posted on the national website. Specific information on each working group will be included in the winter issue of The Canadian League magazine and on the application link. No travel is required as meetings take place via conference call, considering the reality that we have women working together from one end of the country to the other!
Le 12 décembre, fête de Notre-Dame de Guadalupe, l’Église au Canada célèbre la Journée nationale de prière en solidarité avec les peuples autochtones. Approuvé par les évêques du Canada, ce projet est coordonné par le Conseil autochtone catholique du Canada depuis 2002. Cette année, la réflexion du Conseil s’appuie sur le thème de l’année des langues autochtones proclamée par les Nations Unies en 2019. « Nous aimons tous être adressés dans notre langue maternelle. Et sur le plan de la foi aussi, nous aimons que les autres s’adressent à nous dans notre langue et selon la « culture de nos mères » (cf. 2 Maccabées 7, 21.27), car ainsi nos coeurs sont mieux disposés à entendre la Parole de Dieu. »
On 12 December, the feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe, the Church in Canada celebrates the National Day of Prayer in Solidarity with Indigenous Peoples. This project, with the approval of the Bishops of Canada, has been coordinated since 2002 by the Canadian Catholic Indigenous Council (formerly the Canadian Catholic Aboriginal Council). This year, the reflection by the Council draws on theme of the United Nations 2019 year of Indigenous Languages. “We all like to be spoken to in our mother tongue. So too in the faith, we like to be spoken to in our “mother culture”, our native language (cf. 2 Maccabees 7:21,27), and as a result our hearts become better disposed to hear the Word of God.”