Politics & Society NewsFrancois Gloutnay - Catholic News ServiceSeptember 22, 2020
Christian Dube, minister of health and social services, said that because of the spread of COVID-19, Quebec health authorities have had to “permanently adjust, regardless of the alert level” a previously adopted measure.
Politics & Society NewsFrancois Gloutnay - Catholic News ServiceDecember 13, 2019
The story sparked outrage in some Canadian Catholic circles.
Politics & Society NewsFrancois Gloutnay - Catholic News ServiceSeptember 20, 2019
The former president of Canadian Caritas believes that the scrutiny of Canada's Catholic bishops of the organization's structures are hurting its members and reputation.
Politics & Society NewsFrancois Gloutnay - Catholic News ServiceMay 21, 2019
Archbishop Christian Lepine of Montreal is speaking out against a "secularism" bill that is pending before Quebec's National Asssembly, claiming that it would undermine religious liberty.
Faith NewsFrancois Gloutnay - Catholic News ServiceMarch 28, 2019
Five dioceses from the province of Quebec will allow an external audit of their files regarding sex abuse cases, the Archdiocese of Montreal announced March 27.
Faith NewsFrancois Gloutnay - Catholic News ServiceOctober 23, 2018
In a statement issued a few minutes after the broadcast of a story from Radio-Canada investigating sexual abuse allegedly committed by 10 Oblate missionaries in First Nation communities, the Quebec Assembly of Catholic Bishops told of their "indignation and shame" for the "terrible tragedy of
NewsFrancois Gloutnay - Catholic News ServiceJuly 14, 2016
The announcement made on July 12 came less than 24 hours after it was thought participants in the church's General Synod rejected the motion.