Tuesday, January 31, 2012

In this week’s B.C. Catholic

Here’s what’s inside the January 30, 2012 edition of The B.C. Catholic Newspaper: 

The Grey Cup made a special visit to an Abbotsford parish

Mike Patin, Keynote speaker for the upcoming One Conference, told us he hops to cause "a good case of heartburn" for the Lord

How can young women feel beautiful while remaining pure and chaste? Find out by reading page 3

Pope Benedict XVI explains the importance of consecrated life from his Wednesday Audience

Archbishop J. Michael Miller, CSB brings to light the horrifying realities of "the culture of death" in health care

Canadian Ukrainian Catholics gear up for their synod by celebrating the 100 year anniversary of their first Blessed Eparch

The Week of Prayer for Christian Unity is profiled in Edmonton

And "spiritual adoption" is among the pro-life messages from the massive March for Life demonstration in Washington D.C.

To subscribe to The B.C. Catholic newspaper (hard copy) for 1 year, the cost is $40 in Canada, $55 in the USA, and $70 overseas. Prices include GST.

Many parishes in the Archdiocese of Vancouver offer The B.C. Catholic free of charge to their parishioners. Check with your parish office and ask whether complementary subscriptions are provided.

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