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Beloved by Leduc students, Father 'Catfish' Mireau remembered with bench

“(Father) Mike was such a positive influence to myself and many other people. He was always available to talk and counsel during my adolescence and he helped me navigate my tough times.”

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Does prayer do any good in aftermath of mass killings?

Rolheiser said shootings like Sutherland Springs point to the need to address larger social issues, as well as the need to pair prayer with action.

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Bill 24: Parents, trustees, superintendents fear harm to parent-school relationships

Catholic critics say proposed law would diminish roles of local elected trustees and parents they represent.

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MMIWG Inquiry witnesses cling to faith, hope for answers

“Nobody can tell me that my sister is less important than anybody. Try to explain that to her son.”

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Theology of the Body offers answers to ‘hot-button issues’

“It teaches us how to grow up with all of our sexual struggles and problems. God doesn’t just love us when we were little kids. He loves us, with all of our sexual struggles, as we become adult men and women,” Burns said.

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Alberta Bishops speak out for Catholic education and urge parishioners to do so too

“The calls to dismantle our publicly funded Catholic school system are growing ever louder, and we must not ignore them,” the bishops said in their statement to the Catholic community. 

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Pope Francis marks All Souls Day at war memorial

"With war, you lose everything," he said.

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Calgary man's religious freedom case at Supreme Court

“The state is in no position to be nor should it become the arbiter of religious dogma,” argued David Gnam for the Highwood Congregation.

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Catholics and Lutherans mark 500th Anniversary of Reformation

“It’s more than an analogy; we are a real family,” said Archbishop Richard Smith

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Election result won’t be challenged, but Catholic trustee eligibility remains an issue

“We need to find a way to make clear the eligibility around running for trustee.”

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