Politics & Society News
Philippe Vaillencourt - Catholic News ServiceJune 18, 2019
A new law in Quebec prohibits the wearing of religious symbols or clothing by some government employees, including public school teachers, state lawyers, judges and police officers.
Faith News
Philippe Vaillencourt - Catholic News ServiceApril 01, 2019
Immaculate Conception Sister Marie-Paul Ross told the French-language Canadian news agency Presence info that the faithful must accept that ecclesial structures might need to change.
Politics & Society News
Philippe Vaillencourt - Catholic News ServiceJuly 27, 2018
Cardinal Marc Ouellet called upon Canadians to be mindful of the needs of migrants and refugees during a Mass celebrating the feast of St. Anne.
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Politics & Society News
Philippe Vaillencourt - Catholic News ServiceOctober 05, 2017
"Any unbaptized person may be baptized. The church has not spoken further than that, whether the person is transgender or not"
A car is seen submerged in front of a home on May 9 in the flooded Montreal suburb of Pierrefonds, Quebec. A mix of heavy rains and melting snow caused the situation. (CNS photo/Christinne Muschi, Reuters)
Faith News
Philippe Vaillencourt - Catholic News ServiceMay 10, 2017
The bishops have expressed solidarity with those affected by the floods in their Canadian province.
Blessed Frederic Janssoone is depicted addressing a crowd outside Our Lady of the Cape Shrine in Trois-Rivieres, Quebec, in undated artwork by J. Lacoste. (CNS artwork/Presence)
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Philippe Vaillencourt - Catholic News ServiceJuly 19, 2016
Blessed Frederic Janssoone's legacy of miracle-working and deep connection with poor Canadians is remembered.