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S+L BLOG: Quebec



Today on Perspectives, Pope Francis ordains priests in Rome, a Canadian religious is beatified and the Catholic Missions in Canada gala. ...read more
Across the country this week, these are the stories we’ve been reading: Montrealers said goodbye to Cardinal Jean Claude Turcotte who passed away last week. He is credited with building bridges between the Church and Quebec’s highly secular society. The College of Physicians and Surgeons in Saskatoon has been working on a draft policy on ...read more
Today on Perspectives Daily, a Montreal Catholic high school wins religious liberty case against the government of Quebec the United Nations confirms the date of Pope Francis’ visit, and the Holy Father condemns attacks in Tunis. ...read more
Today on Perspectives, the Archdiocese of Quebec announces the re-opening of the Holy Door in the Cathedral of Notre-Dame de Quebec and Catholic News Service looks at the myths and the facts surrounding St. Patrick. ...read more
Earlier this year, Pope Francis declared Francois de Laval and Marie de l’Incarnation saints. These two missionaries were amongst the first pioneers who laid the foundations of the Church in Canada. This past Sunday, October 12, pilgrims gather at the Vatican for a special mass celebrated by the Holy Father in honour of their canonization. ...read more
In Quebec, this week, the province’s Assembly of Catholic Bishops issued a strong statement against the re-introduction of Bill-52, which seeks to legalization euthanasia. Written by the president of the assembly, His Grace Archbishop Pierre-André Fournier, Archbishop of Rimouski, the statement condemns the four parties in the National Assembly for re-introducing the bill, which originally ...read more