Welcome to FCS Canada

About Us

The Executive

The Canadian Fellowship of Catholic Sholars executives are:

President: Professor Robert N. Berard, Director of Teacher Education, Mount St. Vincent University, Adjunct Professor, Dalhousie University

Treasurer: Dr. Patrick Redmond

Members of the executive:

Ms. Teresa Bobrow, Phil.M.

Professor Paul Flaman, Professor of Christian Theology, St. Joseph's College, University of Alberta

Rev. Dr. Robert Pelton, S.T.L.

Dr. Kent Donlevy, barrister & solicitor, Office of Graduate Programs in Education, University of Calgary

Dr. John Liptay, Assistant Professor of Philosophy, St. Thomas More College

Fr. Denis Grecco, Professor of Systematic Theology, St. Peter's Seminary

Donate to FCS

Your donations enable the Canadian Chapter of Catholic Scholars to penetrate our society and bring the light of Truth to our culture.
Tax receipts are provided.
Donations can be mailed to the following address or via Paypal along the left column of this web site.
Dr. Patrick Redmond
44 Augusta Drive Way
Markham, ON L6E 1B5

Statement of Purpose

  1. We Catholic scholars in various disciplines join in fellowship in order to serve Jesus Christ better by helping one another in our work and by putting our abilities more fully at the service of the Catholic faith.
  2. We wish to form a fellowship of scholars who see their intellectual work as expressing the service they owe to God. To Him we give thanks for our Catholic faith and for every opportunity He gives us to serve that faith.


Member Application

To become a member please complete the following form and mail it with a cheque to:

Fellowship of Catholic Scholars, 44 Augusta Drive Way, Markham, ON L6E 1B5

Fellowship of Catholic Scholars

President  & Editor: Professor Robert Berard, 1643 Chestnut St. Halifax, Nova Scotia, B3H 3T3; This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Treasurer: Dr. Patrick Redmond, 44 Augusta Drive Way, Markham, On, L6E 1B5; This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.



Our History

Australia, Ireland and Canada are the three autonomous Chapters of the US  Fellowship.  Of the three, we are the largest.
We came into being in 1992, and received our charitable status registration in 1994.
During the first five years, we had an annual convention.  After that, we varied between having annual meetings, conventions and/or other events.
The convention held in 2009 was the first for a few years.
Among other events we have participated in has been the Eucharistic Congress in Quebec City in 2008.
We publish a Journal twice yearly.
Many of our members, in addition to other scholars and professionals, submit contributions to the issues.
A recent issue was bilingual, having an article in French, contributed by the Archbishop of  Quebec City.
Recent issues have a new format, developed by Professor Robert Berard. This format is 5 1/2" x 8 1/2 "  It has been well received.
A few of our members, including Professor Robert Berard and Dr. Paul Flaman, have attended recent American conventions.

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