Today on Perspectives we have the next instalment of the CNS series “For God and Country.” This time we look at the types of challenges that chaplains help military families deal with.
Today on Perspectives: A new Archbishop for Regina, two laypeople at the helm of the Vatican press office, and what questions should we be asking ourselves regularly as Christians?
Today on Perspectives: Pope Francis wants peace in Syria and he some some ideas on how to make it happen. Also, we talk to newly appointed Bishop Elect Joseph Nguyen to find out what its like to be named a bishop.
We talk to the Polish Ambassador to Canada, Marcin Bosacki about World Youth Day Krakow: what to expect, why is it significant, and we ask the ambassador about his own experience as a WYD pilgrim.
Today on Perspectives: Sr. Priscilla Solomon speaks to us about enculturation of the faith, the legacy of residential schools in Canada, and the next steps in the healing process.
Pope Francis spent the weekend visiting Armenia and we have highlights. Plus, during the return flight he gave an hour long press conference and we have details.
The Vatican releases a statement about the case of Bishop Ma of Shanghai. We’re less than a month away from WYD Krakow and have the latest updates, and full details on our coverage of the papal visit of Armenia.
Today on Perspectives: Pope Francis has a pointed message on how Christians should treat others, especially refugees. Plus, an anti-death penalty conference in Norway gets a special papal message.
Today on Perspectives: There is now a law regulating euthanasia in Canada. Cardinal Thomas Collins offers some thoughts on what comes next. One Canadian bishop spent 36 hours experiencing life as a homeless person, and this week’s saint is St. Aloysius Gonzaga, SJ.