Our latest project – The Anglosphere Project – looks at the history of religious freedom in the United Kingdom, The United States of America and Canada. A joint initiative of the Religious Freedom Institute and Cardus, it offers a constitutional and institutional history of this foundational liberty in the Anglo-American tradition. Read more at this link.

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Attacks on minority women in Pakistan spark calls to reopen Office of Religious Freedoms closed by Liberals
REPORT March 5th

Fr. Dn. Andrew Bennett, director of the Cardus Religious Freedom Institute, spoke to the National Post recently about religious persecution amid rising attacks on minority women in Pakistan. Human rights organizations estimate that over 1000 Christian and Hindu girls are kidnapped, raped, and forcibly converted each year in Pakistan.

The Welcome Home, Winnipeg
REPORT February 5th

The Welcome Home is a Catholic ministry in the North Point Douglas neighbourhood in Winnipeg’s North End. It serves as a gathering place for residents of the neighbourhood and offers weekly and monthly programs that respond to Jesus Christ’s beckoning in the Gospel of Matthew: “Come to me, all you who are weary and find life burdensome, and I will refresh you” (Matthew 11:28).

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