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Watch the video of the Ceremony of Canonization for John Paul II and John XXIII as we celebrate the 4th year anniversary of their canonization. ...read more
Read Fr. Thomas Rosica, C.S.B's reflection on the Canonization of Pope John XXII and Pope John Paul II as we celebrate the 4th anniversary of their canonization. April 27. ...read more
For the first time in history, a lay nurse will be beatified. A Polish woman, Hanna Chrzanowska, who died in 1973, will be announced blessed this Saturday, 28 April, at the World Sanctuary of Divine Mercy in Cracow. ...read more
A survivor of clergy sexual abuse in Chile said he hopes his upcoming meeting with the Pope this weekend will be an opportunity to bring an end to the culture of abuse and cover-up among the bishops in his country. ...read more
Following terrifying violence earlier this week in North York that left 10 dead and 14 injured, churches in the neighbourhood are inviting the community to gather to pray for comfort, peace and to remember the victims of violence. ...read more
71-year-old Sr. Patricia Fox, has been serving the poor communities in the Philippines for 3 decades so why did the immigration bureau kick here out of the country? ...read more
Read Fr. Thomas Rosica's acceptance address, after receiving the Touchstone Award in Chicago from the National Federation of Priests' Councils in the USA on April 24, 2018. ...read more
Read a short description of the Spring and Summer 2018 Events that have been announced, including details on the Carr Lecture 2018 led by Fr. Thomas Rosica, C.S.B. ...read more
As news of the tragedy spread throughout the world, Cardinal Thomas Collins issued a statement saying, “I invite the Catholic community across the Archdiocese of Toronto to join me in offering our prayers for all those who were killed and injured in the violent incident earlier today.” The statement concluded, “Let us all unite in our efforts to bring comfort and care to those who are hurting today.”   ...read more
Cardinal Thomas Collins and the Archdiocese of Toronto offer our thoughts and prayers for all those killed and injured earlier today in our city. Let us lift one another up in this time of grief. ...read more