In a special deep-dive episode of “Inside the Vatican,” residential school survivors, church leaders anda historian explain how and why Catholic religious orders like the Oblates of Mary Immaculate partnered with the Canadian government to operate schools that forcibly removed Indigenous children from the care of their parents-which flew in […]
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This Sunday, Pope Francis is arriving in Canada for a five-day pastoral visit to dialogue with Indigenous peoples, to accompany us “walking together” on the path of initiatives already begun for healing and reconciliation, and to express his heartfelt closeness.
Development and Peace […]
A special two-hour conversation with Archbishop Donald Bolen of Regina, Saskatchewan, and three members of Canada’s Indigenous Delegation: Joanna Landry (First Nations), Gary Gagnon (Métis), and William Angalik (Inuit) is scheduled for June 6 from 7 – 9 pm Eastern / 6 – 8 pm Central / 5 – 7 […]
On behalf of the President and General Secretary of the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops, it is an honour to share an important development with you; Pope Francis has accepted an invitation from the Canadian Bishops to visit Canada on a pilgrimage of healing and reconciliation. The Holy Father […]
The Catholic Bishops in Canada have genuinely heard the sincere invitation to engage wholeheartedly with the past and […]
The Our Lady of Guadalupe Circle would like to mark the passing of Justice Thomas Berger who died on Wednesday April 28, 2021 at the age of 88. As a coalition focussed on the work of reconciliation, we wish to honour the many contributions he made in a lifetime dedicated […]
Launch in Ottawa of Dialogue together with Action: Canada’s Catholic Colleges and Universities and the Road to Reconciliation (Le Dialogue dans l’action: Les universités et les collèges catholiques du Canada sur la voie de réconciliation) by the Association of Catholic Colleges and Universities in Canada. The text consisted of a […]