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M-103 urges the government to “recognize the need to quell the increasing public climate of hate and fear”. While such aims are laudable, they should not come at the expense of a healthy, if at times difficult, debate, by imposing increasing limitations on free speech.read more
So many people treat religion as a hobby or an antique, that I was not really surprised. But still I wondered what has happened to people’s curiosity and their sense of the divine.read more
It is time that all of us look at what is going on around us. Euthanasia is warping our legal and medical systems. The first sign is a province and a college fighting like demons to prevent doctors from thinking for themselves.read more
Let Us Pray For Each Other: Attacks at places of worship have no place in Canada or any civilized society
The CCRL extends heartfelt sympathies to the families of the lost and injured victims at the Islamic Cultural Centre of Quebec, in Quebec City.read more
A PDF download of highlights from the Catholic Civil Rights League.read more
The League thanks CCRL board member Dr. Nicholas Newman for the following letter. It was originally published in the French language newspaper La Presse, on December 10, 2016.read more
The League issued its 2016 Annual Report on October 26, 2016 at the CCRL’s AGM in Toronto.read more
This talk was delivered on November 23, 2016 at the Church of the Holy Family in Toronto, which is the seat of the Oratorian Fathers of Saint Philip Neri. The occasion was the launch of a new book, “The Lion of Münster: The Bishop Who Roared Against the Nazis,” by Fr. Dan Utrecht of the Oratory.read more
The most important reason for post-election sanity is a greater reliance on God the Holy Trinity and Mary and the Saints.
Since I have been a Catholic I have come to see that the real hope of mankind is not in a politician but the figure of Jesus Christ.read more
So I have vowed to once again take my pain around the city from church to church. To whoever will have me. And I will stand there on my cane, wince because it hurts, sweat at times because the morphine makes me feel ill and badger my Catholic audiences into understanding that the battle against evil has just begun.read more
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