Canadian nun, sexologist: Catholics must increase their sexual maturity

A Canadian nun with a Ph.D. in clinical sexology said the sex abuse crisis in the church does not mean "the end of faith" but rather "the end of a lack of formation and the end of deviance," and a call to return to Jesus' message of love.

End of an era: Quebec Ursulines leave 17th-century monastery

In October, the majority of the 50 sisters who live in the monastery founded by St. Mary of the Incarnation will head to the Quebec borough of Beauport, where a new home for the elderly awaits them.

Forensic review to bring new insight on 17th-century Canadian saint

St. Marie of the Incarnation, a French Ursuline nun sent to establish the order in New France in the 17th century, has not yet delivered all her secrets. Beginning this fall, the must-see figure in Quebec will be the subject of a forensic investigation with scientific and theological implications.