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The paper, "Canon Law and its Intersection with Civil Law Throughout Canadian History" authored by Rev. Francis Morrisey briefly traces the history of Roman Catholic canon law in New France and Canada from the 16th century to the present. It was delivered at the first Decretum Symposium of the Cardus Religious Freedom Institute in Ottawa in October 2018.
This week, The Neighborly Faith podcast sits down with the Rev. Dr. Andrew Bennett, the Program Director for Cardus Law. He is also an ordained deacon in the Ukrainian Greek-Catholic Church in the Diocese of Toronto and Eastern Canada. Andrew and host Chris talk about the state of religious freedom in Canada, how Dr. Bennett's organization (Cardus) has addressed some current events, and how these events impact believers in the United States as well.
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