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Today on Perspectives: We have the pope’s World Youth Day itinerary, plus the latest updates from the WYD team in Krakow and details on some thing you won’t want to miss. ...read more
Today on Perspectives: The pope says a wedding without wine is a disaster. We have details. Plus the council of cardinals look at streamlining Vatican offices and Canadian Bishops speak out about Bill C-14 ...read more
The new Custos of the Holy Land officially begins his mandate. People around the world are preparing to pray for peace June 8, and this week we celebrate St. Ephrem, Deacon and Doctor of the Church. ...read more
Pope Francis has created new rules to remove bishops who fail to handle sex abuse cases properly. We have details. Plus, the church has two new saints and over 500 young people from the Toronto area prepare to head to Poland for World Youth Day. ...read more
Here is a sampling of what we’ve been reading across the country this week. Much attention has been focused on Parliament’s attempts to pass Bill C-14 into law before the June 6th deadline set out by the supreme court. Once Parliament sent Bill C-14 to Senate, the media turned their attention to Canada’s senators. Alberta ...read more
CNS photo/Catholic Press Photo This week marks 53 years since St. Pope John XXIII died at the Vatican at age of 81. For most people, the first thing that comes to mind at the mention of the saintly pope’s name is the Second Vatican Council. Yet his pontificate and his priestly ministry left its mark on the ...read more
Today on Perspectives, Pope Francis leads the priests of the world in the Spiritual Exercises of St. Igantius, we look at one Canadian community’s mission work, and find out how Krakow is preparing for World Youth Day. ...read more
On Today’s Perspectives: Pope Francis explains the best way to pray. Also, Jean Vanier weighs in on Canada’s euthanasia bill, and Canada has two new bishops. ...read more
Today on Perspectives: Pope Francis shares the two things that mark real Christians, Cardinal Gerald Lacroix has a challenge for Canadians as euthanasia becomes legal, and the man considered the memory of the Church and the Second Vatican Council dies at 100. ...read more
On Today’s edition of Perspectives Pope Francis asks everyone to pray for Syria. Also, an Ottawa newspaper digs up the numbers about sex abuse cases on Ottawa. ...read more