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The Three Chilean abuse survivors who met with Pope Francis last weekend said that his apology to them must be accompanied by concrete actions, not only against those who commit sexual abuse, but also against those who cover it up. ...read more
Why do Catholics venerate Mary? Isn't Jesus the only One who should be worshipped? Fr. Rob Galea answers these questions and more. ...read more
Join us in prayer for the intentions entrusted to us by Pope Francis. For May 2018, we join the Holy Father in praying for: Evangelization – The Mission of Laity. ...read more
During his weekly general audience in Rome today, the Pope asked for prayers for peace in Syria and invited Christians, to be joyful, for the grace of Baptism. He continued his catecheses, focusing on the Sacrament of Baptism. He offered a reflection on water, as the source of life. ...read more
Why is May the Month of Mary? Devotion to Mary is one an important part of the Catholic identity. As our mother she is an example of a committed “Yes” to the will of God. ...read more
The US government is drastically cutting the number of refugees allowed into the country. As a result, nearly 20 US Catholic refugee resettlement programs were forced to close, with many more scaling back operations. ...read more
Catholic Education Week is coordinated by the Ontario Catholic School Trustees’ Association (OCSTA) to raise awareness about the unique dimension of Catholic education in Ontario. ...read more
Sixth Sunday of Easter, Year B – May 6th, 2018 On this Sixth Sunday of Easter, I wish to offer some reflections on the first reading from the Acts of the Apostles [10:25-26, 34-35, 44-48], and then some thoughts on friendship flowing from John’s Gospel [15:9-17] and Benedict XVI’s teaching. Christianity demands that the believer ...read more
Read Deacon Pedro's reflection on the role Joseph plays in the bible. Nowhere in the  Gospels do we ever hear anything Joseph says. He never says anything... but he’s a man of action. ...read more