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CCCB Statement on the Expansion of Euthanasia in Canada
Message from the Catholic Bishops of Canada to the Faithful On the Expansion of Euthanasia and Assisted Suicide...
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Churches Remain Open During Stay-at-home Order
The Government of Ontario will launch a province-wide stay-at-home order starting on Thursday, April 8...
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Information for Parishioners on the Latest Emergency Order
Today, the Government of Ontario announced a 28-day province-wide lockdown to slow the spread of COVID...
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COVID-19 Update from Cardinal Thomas Collins - April 1, 2021
April 1, 2021 My dear friends, I pray that you and your loved ones are healthy and managing...
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Cardinal Collins' Easter Sunday Homily
Watch Cardinal Thomas Collins, Archbishop of Toronto, share his thoughts on the most sacred day in the Christian calendar.
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The COVID-19 Vaccine

Cardinal Thomas Collins, Archbishop of Toronto, asks the faithful to get the COVID-19 vaccine.

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You Are the Remedy to Skepticism

"Jesus had a remedy for Thomas’ skepticism. The wounds of Christ are still very much part of our world. Let us reach out to touch the wounds of Christ found in those who suffer. We are the remedy for the skeptic by our works of mercy and openness to grace. Let us with heart and mind – with word and action and prayer – proclaim the Risen Christ." Read more of the reflection by Fr. Frank McDevitt, pastor of Our Lady of Grace Parish in Aurora, Ont.

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Learn More about Euthanasia

The federal government is working to radically expand euthanasia in Canada. Learn more about what the government is proposing and how we can better serve the sick.

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