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Coast to Coast: March 23 - 28, 2014

March 29, 2014
Here are this week's stories from across the country:
In Montreal, one Jesuit-run school is fighting for the right to teach Quebec's mandatory "ethics and religious culture" course, Jesuit-style.
In Toronto, the family health department at St. Michael's Hospital takes on the health gap between high and low income patients.
Christians in Saskatoon are working together to sponsor refugees,
while Archdiocese of Toronto's office for Refugees explains why its been difficult to accept the number of refugees they promised to sponsor
and in Vancouver one woman explains how she ended up hiking with JPII on the outskirts of Rome.
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