The Dominicans of the world, and associated laypeople, are celebrating the 800th anniversary of their foundation (1216-2016) by Saint Dominic de Guzman.
(VMO) New accounting practices at the Vatican under the supervision of an independent Auditor General will make fraud and financial mismanagement a thing of the past according to Maltese banker and economist, Joseph F.X. Zahra, deputy coordinator of the recently created Council For the Economy.
Louise Boisvert was appointed Director of the Office for Faith Education at the Archdiocese of Montreal. She is replacing Father Denis Dion, with whom she worked as assistant for the catechumenate.
(VMO) A memorial mass for "Smiling" Jack O'Brien, the charismatic Jesuit priest who founded Canada's first university communications study program at Loyola College in 1965, will be celebrated at Loyola Chapel at 10:30 Saturday, November 28.
The Jubilee Year of Mercy will begin on December 8, 2015. Here is Archbishop Lépine's Message.
(VMO) For the first time in 13 years, Holy Name of Jesus Parish, in Laval, has a new pastor. In its 50-year history, Fr. Joy Abraham Kulanjiyil, of the Order of the Carmelites, will be only the third man to shepherd Holy Name's flock.
(CCCB) Preparing the way for the 21st United Nations Conference on Climate Change to take place in Paris, November 30 to December 11, 2015, several initiatives and statements have been made public by Church leaders and various groups working in partnership with the Bishops.
The Minister of Culture and Communications and Minister responsible for the Protection and Promotion of the French Language, Hélène David, designated the arrival of the Recollects in New France as a historic event.
Following the recent attacks in Paris, Archbishop Christian Lépine offers a message of support.
Parents and their children are living in a cultural hurricane, making faith transmission a greater challenge, says Dr. Tim Hogan, the clinical psychologist who was the keynote speaker at the Faith Enrichment Conference.
(VMO) Bishop Thomas Dowd celebrated the annual memorial Mass at St. Patrick's Basilica on Thursday for English-speaking priests in the diocese who have died in the past year.
(Vatican Radio) Pope Francis said on Sunday (8th November) that the recent stealing and leaking of the Holy See's confidential documents was "a crime" and "deplorable act that does not help."