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Let us find that time with our risen Lord, and be ambassadors of the joy of His victory over death.read more
We must dare to dissent. As Catholic Christians, we need to live within the truth. We have a far more profound understanding of the meaning of the human person, formed in the image and likeness of God. The effort of the federal government to impose the euphemism of “reproductive rights” or “inclusion”, in opposition to profound understandings of science and our Catholic faith, in order to secure a modest public benefit, is an outrageous diktat more suited to oppressive regimes.read more
On Friday, February 2, at the League’s Annual General Meeting (AGM) in Toronto, our guest speaker David Warren gave the following talk…read more
The League issued its 2017 Annual Report on February 2, 2018 at the CCRL’s AGM in Toronto.read more
The Catholic Civil Rights League (CCRL) Welcomes the PC Leadership Campaign of Our Board Member Tanya Granic Allen
We look forward to Tanya’s efforts. In fact, Tanya’s candidacy will challenge the prevailing media mindset about the views of typical Ontarians, who have been subjected to incremental limitations on our cherished freedoms. We are hopeful that a fair treatment of her candidacy will bring serious attention to matters of grave consequence to this province, and to Canada.read more
Demanding that someone participate in perceived wrongdoing demands the submission of intellect, will and conscience, reducing the person to the status of a thing, to a tool to be used by others, to servitude that cannot be reconciled with principles of equality. It is an assault on human dignity that deprives physicians of their essential humanity.read more
On Friday, February 2, we will be having our Annual General Meeting (AGM) in the hall of Holy Rosary Church, 356 St. Clair Avenue West, M5P 1N4. The AGM will begin at 7 pm with David Warren speaking at 7:30 pm.read more
The Trudeau Government – Abortion Absolutists – Imposes its Will over the Conscientious and Religious Freedoms of Canadians
The Prime Minister’s position at “drawing a line” on prolife positions is utterly unacceptable, since it violates the very Charter of Rights and Freedoms which is cited by the government as the basis of its policy. It allows certain policy positions to trump constitutional protections. It suggests that in order to receive government benefits, compliance with the government’s position is required. It actually serves to suppress free speech and association rights, by requiring compelled speech, or silence, in compliance with the ideology of the governing party.read more
We have warned in the past that the position the court will take on Trinity Western will have serious implications on provincial education rights, the position of Catholic or private schools, or the status of religious charities.read more
The CCRL Decries the Alberta Government’s Passing of Bill 24, An Act to Support Gay-Straight Alliances
The Catholic Civil Rights League (CCRL) joins the many parents, independent schools, and the Alberta Catholic School Trustees’ Association (ACSTA) in opposition to Bill 24, An Act to Support Gay-Straight Alliances, which passed into law on November 15.read more
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