Tuesday, February 7, 2012

In this week’s B.C. Catholic

Here’s what’s inside the February 6, 2012 edition of The B.C. Catholic Newspaper:

  • Spiritual chef Sister Ann Shields, SGL, serves up some some meaty issues on suffering at St. Mary's Parish
  • Catholics in Burns Lake react to the sawmill fire that rocked the community
  • Christian music star Matt Maher reveals his thoughts on evangelization and his plans for the One Conference hosted by the archdiocese
  • Pope Benedict XVI speaks of freedom through faith in his Wednesday Audience
  • Father Hawkswell tells us not to forget God this Valentine's Day
  • We profile the work of a Coquitlam missionary couple working in El Salvador
  • Wondering why your parish got a bit more manly? Then make sure to read how a St. Mary's mens group encourages Catholic men to embrace their manliness
  • And tired of the run of the mill post secondary institutions in B.C, then check out our Catholic Education section which profiles the province's Catholic colleges
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 to their parishioners. Check with your parish office and ask whether complementary subscriptions are provided.

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