The New Brunswick rules apply to those 12 and older seeking to attend “indoor organized gatherings,” including weddings, funerals, conferences, workshops and parties, excepting parties at a private dwelling.
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There has been a spate of Catholic and Christian church burnings in Canada, following the discovery of hundreds of unmarked graves at the sites of former Catholic-run residential schools for Indigenous children.
First Nations Leaders Announce More Than 160 Unmarked Graves Found at Former Catholic-Run Residential School
The Kuper Island Industrial School operated from 1890 until 1975 in British Columbia.
Archbishop Marcel Damphousse apologized June 17 and requested a formal apology by Pope Francis.
Retired Calgary Bishop: Canadian Government Must Own ‘Primary’ Responsibility for Abuses of Indigenous
“Primary responsibility must be owned by the federal government,” Bishop Henry said in response to the recent discovery of unmarked graves of Indigenous children at a former Catholic-run residential school in Kamloops, British Columbia.
Graffiti reading ‘banished’, ‘evicted’, and ‘crime scene’ was found spray painted on the walls of St. Joseph’s May 31
Canadian Bishops Pledge Reconciliation After Indigenous Children’s Remains Discovered at Catholic-Run School
Archbishop Gagnon said the recent discovery of the children’s remains at the Kamloops Indian Residential School in Kamloops, British Columbia, Canada, was “shocking.”
As Catholic School District Promotes Pride Flag, Toronto Archdiocese Says Cross the Best Symbol of Inclusion
“Along with the cross, the symbol of the Sacred Heart is the Catholic Christian sign of that love,” said Cardinal Collins, who released a 21-page pastoral letter on the Sacred Heart April 28.