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Faith takes CEO from farm to finance

“The strength that comes from that is hard to imagine. That’s where I get my support and my strength and my ambition … The things I do, I do for my family, and I also do it for my community.”

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Thinking about becoming a Catholic school trustee?

Learn what you need to know at an information session with Archbishop Smith and education officials on May 11 at  St. Brendan School, Edmonton. 

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Catholic Faith infuses a judge’s vocation

“I believe that God put me in this job and that He will give me what I need to do it.” - Justice Debra Yungwirth

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St. Kateri honoured at Lac Ste. Anne

“We are here for healing, for prayer, for giving praise and thanksgiving to our God, and to thank God for giving us a model who was so young.” – Sister Kateri Mitchell

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Be bold witnesses: Archbishop Smith

“The act of faith must be enacted. It’s not enough just to say ‘yes’ and walk away. It must be a ‘yes’ in such a way that it infuses all that we do.”

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Standing up for Catholic education

“I believe that we can never hesitate. We can never take a step back. We never be confident that’s what it’s going to be,” Carr said. “We always have to ensure that we’re doing everything to preserve Catholic education, to ensure our communities know what Catholic education is about and to be sharing our stories.”

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Ecumenical wedding made history

“I definitely wanted a Catholic wedding,” Rick said. “And it was agreed by Anne’s family that an Anglican minister would partake in the wedding.”

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Habitat For Humanity brings faiths together

“I think everybody across the country realizes that Edmonton has the spirit where we help each other and when we ask for volunteers, they come.”

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Pastor sees drug crisis up close

“Society itself has got to wake up and smell the roses, because our people are dying,” says Rev. Jim Holland, pastor of Sacred Heart Church of the First Peoples in Edmonton’s inner city. ”Last week I had three (burials) in one week.”

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New church rises in Lacombe

The ground-breaking ceremony for a new Lacombe church is planned for April 24. Archbishop Richard Smith, Lacombe Mayor Steve Christie and Rod McDermand, Lacombe County Reeve, are expected to attend, as well as children from St. Stephen’s Parish and Father Lacombe Catholic School.

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