The Archdiocese of Edmonton has produced a video about the papal visit,
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COMMENTARY: The Church first condemned the concepts behind this doctrine in a document written by Pope Paul III in 1537. So why is its repudiation still an issue today?
For Fernández, it’s important to see events in their historical context.
The Pope told the crowd that his main motivation for the July 24-29 trip to Edmonton, Québec, and Iqaluit was to be close to the indigenous peoples.
COMMENTARY: Seeking to lift the apology debate out of the ‘how-much-is-enough’ and’ when-will-this-be-over’ dynamic, the Holy Father proposed a reconciling ecclesial vision of a Church both holy and sinful.
Pope Francis in Canada Reflects on Grandparents: ‘Not a Matter of Preserving Ashes, But of Rekindling the Fire’
Marking the feast day of Sts. Anne and Joachim, grandparents of Jesus, in Canada, Pope Francis said: 'In addition to being children of a history that needs to be preserved, we are authors of a history yet to be written....'
‘Through the Cross’: Pope Francis Offers Message of Reconciliation to Canada's Indigenous Catholic Community
Canada's only designated Indigenous Church welcomed Pope Francis.
Indigenous representatives and Archbishop Richard Smith of Edmonton discuss the legacy of Canada’s residential-school system and their hopes regarding the visit of Pope Francis.
The Holy Father’s visit to Canada is intended to help heal a wound in the Church’s relationship with the Inuit, First Nations and Métis people.
Pope Francis gave rosaries to everyone, as well as a physical olive branch to the delegation as a whole.