Tuesday, April 7, 2015

Archbishop Miller to celebrate annual Red Mass

Legal Guild will then host a dinner at Hyatt Regency
Gwendoline Allison
Prostitution is violence, said Catholic lawyer Gwendoline Allison, who is to be this year's keynote speaker at the dinner after the Red Mass. For full story see The B.C. Catholic website.

Also newly posted:

These nuns provide 'death with dignity,' and it's not assisted suicide
Sisters Carol Ferrucci, left, Maria Goretti Hung, and Margaret Regina Halloran prepare to distribute cake during a birthday party for centenarians at the Little Sisters of the Poor's Queen of Peace Residence in the Queens borough of New York. Eight residents celebrating 100 or more years in 2015 were honoured at the event. CNS photo / Gregory A. Shemitz.
As states around the country consider legalizing physician-assisted suicide, "death with dignity" looks markedly different for patients under the care of the Little Sisters of the Poor. For full story see The B.C. Catholic website.

Winnipeggers show support for urban reserve
David Balzer of Canadian Mennonite University (left); treaty relations commissioner James Wilson; Leah Gazan, president of the Social Planning Council of Winnipeg; and Peguis Chief Glenn Hudson. James Buchok, Prairie Messenger.
Within sight of Winnipeg's shiny new Ikea store lie dozens of abandoned buildings on acres of desolate land that First Nations say they are ready and able to transform into a neighbourhood with green space, retail shops and commercial property. For full story see The B.C. Catholic website.

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