Here’s what Canadian Catholics have been reading about this week:
The historical crime drama Murdoch Mysteries
have become a prime-time TV hit in Canada and beyond. It turns out a character introduced in a recent episode was based on a real priest who taught at Winsdor’s Assumption University.
In Winnipeg community groups want to transform a piece of land
that has become a source of conflict between local first nations and the federal government.
Fasting is a key part of the Lenten journey. Edmonton’s Western Catholic Reporter offers this reflection
In B.C., a court has ruled against a family
who want their mother’s care home to stop feeding her. Their mother has advanced alzheimer’s.