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Vol. 91 No. 43 April 30, 2014

A banner showing Sts. John Paul II and John XXIII is seen in the crowd in the Vatican's St. Peter's Square during an April 28 mass of thanksgiving for the two popes' canonizations. (CNS photo/Paul Haring)

Diocesan News

 

Ten projects are worth $2.5 million from Foodgrains Bank

Pro-life conference hears controversial speaker

Multi-Faith visual art project on display

Anglican cathedral additions officially blessed

Prayer Breakfast shows different view of Islam

Chrism Mass celebrated in Winnipeg

CWL convention held in Prince Albert

Journey to humility strengthens relationships

Regina student tours war sites

Way of the Cross held in Saskatoon

 

 


Canadian News

 

L'Arche is turning 50 this year

Catholic bishops raise concerns at home and abroad

Bolen takes part in resumption of Malines Conversations

World is making progress in ending war: Roche

Canadian pilgrims attend canonizations in Rome

Lacroix draws inspiration from new saints

New nuncio discovers humility as path to true freedom

Canadian Mint releases John Paul II coins

 

 


International News

Popes John XIII and John Paul II elevated to sainthood

Pope Francis, with retired pope, canonizes Sts. John and John Paul

Vatican: Pope didn’t change church teaching in call to Argentine woman


Faith

 

In Exile

Liturgy and Life

Breaking Open the Ordinary

Vocations Special

A Benedictine journey

'In persona Christi'

Discernment House

A priest's positive influence

Four Benedictines enter junior program

The role of a deacon: Bob Williston

The role of a deacon: Paul Labelle

Marriage: one couple's story

The single life

POPS: parents of priests and seminarians

A hermit's journey

A tale of conversion — and vocation

 


Commentary

 

Around the Kitchen Table

catholic dialogue

Can you question the resurrection and still be a Christian?

Everyday Theology

Making a Difference

A PIlgrim's Progress

Canon Law for Today

Building a Culture of Life

Legacies of two saints: John XIII and John Paul II

A rush to sainthood?

Losing my religion: Clergy who no longer believe gather online

From other sources:

Chilean cardinals close to pope stained by abuse cover-ups

Records show that John Paul II could have intervened in abuse crisis — but didn’t

NCR editorial: New papal saints have flaws as well as greatness

John XXIII: the accidental saint

The global sisterhood: nowhere and everywhere: by Joan Chittister, OSB

Bishops need to be courageous when it comes to a married priesthood

Reclaiming the mystical interpretation of the resurrection

Healing moral wounds

The myth of Matthew 16:18 as the end-all, be-all for Catholicism

 


Arts and Culture

 

Screenings and Meanings

What Gethsemane teaches us about suffering

Books

CNS Movie Reviews

Lyrics and Life

Poetry

Meditation

Quote of the Week

 

 

 

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