An update from CCHA administrator Valerie Burke on the travails and adventures of readying our latest issue.
Peter Baltutis remembers one of the highest-profile Canadian bishops of the last fifty years.
The Canadian Catholic Historical Association will hold it’s 2021 AGM on Zoom, December 8 at 4pm Eastern.
Fr. Fay, a Jesuit priest, served the CCHA for 35 years. He is mourned by his parishioners––many in the Canadian Filipino and Chinese communities––and by his colleagues in the CCHA.
Fr. Jackman leaves behind a lifetime of service and support to causes in Canada and beyond. His funeral will be livestreamed on Thursday, June 24 at 11 AM ET.
Fr. Edward John Rowell Jackman died peacefully at his home in Kleinburg, Ont., on June 18, 2021.
The recent tragic revelations of the Kamloops Residential School have brought to the fore the importance of establishing “the truth” as a necessary precursor to “reconciliation.” One means of assuring that the “the truth be told, and no untruth be told,” to quote Pope Leo XIII at the opening of the Vatican Archives in the […]
There is no cost to join our conference on June 3, but you will be asked to “register” to confirm your intention to attend. A separate email with a registration link will soon be circulated. At present, our plan is to hold a one-day conference. This will be finalized in the coming weeks after our call for papers closes.
It is with great sadness that we announce the death of our CCHA member and brother Father Paul Paproski, who died on January 28, 2021 after a great struggle with ALS.
Spearheaded by Professor Marie McAndrew and Université de Montréal, Exploring Collective Memory is a teacher training film recovered from the archives that follows English and French student teachers on an educational visit to Grosse-Île and the Irish Memorial National Historic Site in Quebec to learn about the Famine Irish migration to Canada in 1847.