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Coast to Coast: Week of March 8 -15

March 15, 2014
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In light of Pope Francis' statement to the Italian newspaper, Corriere della Sera, about having to analyze civil unions on a case by case basis, the Catholic Register looks at what happens when a Catholic marries and Atheist.
In Saskatoon, highschool students are giving Ugandan orphans a chance to play.
In Edmonton, Glen Argan looks at the historical context around residential schools and why even the best couldn't be considered "successful".
in Vancouver, a BC Lion talk about his faith, his pre-game routine, and his favourite pope.
and in Ottawa, the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops sends Pope Francis a letter on his first anniversary as Bishop of Rome.
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