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Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau addresses the congregation during the ceremonial Mass on May 17, 2017, at Notre-Dame Basilica in Montreal for the city's 375th birthday celebrations. (CNS photo/Dario Ayala, Reuters)
Dean Dettloff April 20, 2018
The complications of Canadian Catholicism came into sharp relief when Justin Trudeau, a Catholic politician and leader of the popular Liberal Party, became prime minister in October 2015.
Anna and Libby
Anna Keating April 20, 2018
In the end, our medical and reproductive choices are not simply private and personal. They do not affect only ourselves.
Jesús Rodríguez was deported from the United States more than two years ago; his wife and daughter remain in Vancouver, Wash. (J. D. Long-García)
J.D. Long-García April 04, 2018
Away from the rhetoric in Washington, communities on both sides of the U.S.-Mexico border are welcoming the stranger and overcoming physical barriers.
Nichole M. Flores March 23, 2018
To recognize the specific rights of disadvantaged people is to affirm God's love for all people.
Lily bulbs on conveyor.
Jim McDermott March 09, 2018
The Easter lily has its own remarkable story of persistence.
Photo by Pascal Müller on Unsplash
Ashley McKinless March 06, 2018
One of the first questions survivors of suicide victims face is what to tell others about their loved one’s death.