Friday, February 24, 2012

In this week’s B.C. Catholic

Here’s what’s inside the February 27, 2012 edition of The B.C. Catholic Newspaper: 
  • Canada's Cardinal Thomas Collins will "certainly stick out in a crowd"
  • Archbishop J. Michael Miller, CSB, and hundreds of activists marched the Downtown Eastside for the 21st Annual Women's Memorial March on Valentine's Day
  • Father James Hanrahan, CSB, is remembered for his many years serving Catholic academia in B.C.
  • A battle of school trustees takes place over perceived "homophobic" behaviour
  • The B.C. Catholic's editor Malin Jordan returns to the opinion section with a windy piece on abortion
  • Msgr. Pedro Lopez-Gallo has a three-fold mission for Catholics
  • One faith, one body, one mission combine for "one big success." Coverage of the archdiocese One Conference
  • And the incredible untruths of Pope Pius XII are put to bed by The Shy Catholic Graham Osborne
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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