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Vol. 91 No. 42 April 16, 2014

The glory of Easter is portrayed in The Resurrection of Christ by Italian Renaissance painter Mariotto di Cristofano (15th century). The painting is in the collection at the Gallery of the Academy of Florence.(CNS/courtesy of Bridgeman Art Library)

Diocesan News


Agency continues with plans for South Sudan

Gagnon installed as chancellor of St. Paul's College

Chrism Mass celebrated in Regina

Grand opening celebration held for STM

Sts-Martyrs-Canadiens opens new parish centre

Youth commissioned as liturgy leaders

Refugee meeting focuses on the future

Bauche leads lenten prayer retreat

Stations of the Cross dramatized at school



Canadian News


Survivors tell their stories

Church can do much more for human rights

Quebec Liberal victory does not end euthanasia debate

Euthanasia battle revives in Quebec despite election result

Tributes pour in for former finance minister Jim Flaherty

Pope John XXIII remembered for calling Vatican II

Senate Speaker Kinsella recalls encounters with popes



International News

Pope apologizes for clerical sexual abuse, promises tough sanctions

Pope asks for forgiveness on clergy abuse scandal

John XXIII, John Paul II changed the way church relates to other faiths

Pope praises police-church network to stop trafficking, meets victims

Pope’s Via Crucis meditations: God is on side of abused, violated

Will the latest Catholic mass translation get another overhaul?



In Exile

Liturgy and Life

Questioning Faith




Around the Kitchen Table

When Pope Francis washes women’s feet, arguments follow. Who’s right?

Journey to Justice

Pulpit & Politics

Figure of Speech

Bullies drove Mozilla's Brendan Eich from public square

Making a Difference

From other sources:

Humanity deserves dark skies and starry nights

An engaged laity demands answers on finance, abuse

Past members of sex abuse commission tell of struggles with bishops

Adam Beach takes pop-up cinemas to remote communities


Arts and Culture


Screenings and Meanings

Theatre review: Seeds

CNS Movie Reviews

Lyrics and Life



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