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November 6, 2015

Justin Trudeau's Christian Faith

By: Lorna Dueck

What might we expect from the openly professed Christian faith of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau? Read More
October 29, 2015

When the Faith speaks out on Assisted Death

By: Lorna Dueck

I’m glad these religious leaders are unified in opposing euthanasia, but the rank and file from the pew on outward is not nearly as clear on the sanctity of ending lives as the leaders are. I think that across faith groups there is a crisis of ethic over how we will end our lives. Many self described Christians challenge me regularly that leaving our end of days up to the unseen force of God’s providence is unnecessary.
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October 20, 2015

Why Did the Conservatives Lose So Badly?

By: Lorna Dueck

Love was missing on the Conservative campaign. It mattered deeply and I think it cost the Conservatives this election. Read More
October 2, 2015

Why I Care about Election 2015

By: Lorna Dueck

I’m a voter who believes I live in the greatest country in the world, and out of simple love for God and neighbour, that means I care about Election 2015 in Canada. Read More
September 10, 2015

Finding God at TIFF

By: Lorna Dueck

When we’re at the movies, our own imagination is always playing out ambitions and desires that are embedded deep in our spiritual realities. We rarely take the time to explore those emotions with their spiritual source, God. Read More
September 3, 2015

Alan's Drowning

By: Lorna Dueck

I’m choosing to see such an angel in Alan Kurdi, the little two-year-old boy in a red t-shirt, whose drowning has disturbed the world’s conscience. Alan’s image has flown as a messenger around the world to exhort us that many more like him need sponsorship. Read More
August 18, 2015

The Prime Minister's Campaign

By: Lorna Dueck

A stop at St. Mark’s Coptic Catholic Church in Markham caught my attention as it’s unusual and unwise to see clergy participate in a Canadian political campaign...However I had nothing but admiration for the Archbishop of Erbil, Iraq as he took to Prime Minister Harper’s election podium. Read More
August 4, 2015

Post Sabbatical

By: Lorna Dueck

How could I not be all smiles coming back to work after an amazing rest? For the first time in a thirty-year career of communicating, I had a sabbatical gift. Read More
April 30, 2015

Taking a Break

By: Lorna Dueck

I’m emptying my phone and laptop of my email, Twitter and Facebook. I can be reached by telephone, but for the other wired communicating, I need to go dark. Read More
April 2, 2015

The Easter Words to Live By

By: Lorna Dueck

There are just seven words, phrases actually, that will be deeply reflected on by believers in Jesus as we try to comprehend and commemorate the spiritual significance of what Good Friday means to Easter. Even in secular 2015, we reach back to what were reported as the final words Christ spoke on earth for our guide in how to live, and how to die. Read More
March 23, 2015

Breaking Barriers at Canada Reads 2015

By: Lorna Dueck

Polite Canadians by the droves engaged Canada Reads last week, only to find they were being lured into an agenda driven contest. Read More
March 12, 2015

The winners must look after all of the losers

By: Lorna Dueck

I don’t know about you, but that challenge to love the losers really sets me to thinking and examining my ways. What Mr. Vanier has learned in creating the L’Arche communities where he and others live and serve people with disabilities, is that deep human qualities emerge when we love in radical ways. Read More

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