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Bishops denounce new federal restrictions on summer job grants

Canada Summer Jobs restrictions an “obvious and regrettable infringement” on constitutional rights to freedom of conscience and religion: CCCB.

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Lacombe parishioners prepare to celebrate their new home

The people of St. Stephen's Parish in Lacombe will celebrate a historic milestone on Saturday, January 6, as their new church is officially dedicated by Bishop Gregory Bittman.

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Asking for a friend: Do we have to go to Mass twice on Christmas Eve?

Catholics have obligation to attend both Sunday Mass and Christmas Day Mass.

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A new Bishop for Mackenzie-Fort Smith

Father Jon Hansen, CSsR, pastor of Our Lady of Victory Parish in Inuvik, was appointed today by Pope Francis. 

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Grandin Media: New Catholic news portal aims to inform, inspire, engage

“Our goal is inform, to inspire, to evangelize and to fill a gaping hole on the Canadian news media scene."

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From drugs and bikes to the solitude of a monastery

It’s a dramatically different life compared to his own childhood and the wild days of his youth. How does Hieromonk Kraychuk explain the transformation? “It’s the mystery of God’s calling.” 

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It's back: Faith & Fun Day with the Oil Kings

Looking for Christmas gift ideas? Tickets to Faith & Fun Day with the Oil Kings are just $18!

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No time for the Bible? Check out Minute in the Word videos

New Youtube series features our priests talking about today's Gospel reading.

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Reconciliation is a journey, not a destination

“I don’t believe we should ever forget what has happened, but we need to go forward. The wind goes forward. It never goes backward. We need to move ahead and forge good relationships.”

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Catholic schools spend too much on being Catholic, say opponents

“We would be doing a disservice to the citizens of Alberta by not being Catholic in delivering Catholic education,” said Tomkinson, adding that many would consider the religious portions of Catholic schools to be underfunded.

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