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September 14, 2010

Pilgrimage to Rome: Learning to pause and reflect

By: Charles Lewis

...tensions today between Muslims and the West are so taut that this single act by a nasty little pinhead could set off riots around the world. Read More
August 19, 2010

Of Cancer Fakes and Billionaire Stakes

By: Jeff Groenewald

It seems everyone has a hand in your pocket these days, and with more than 80,000 registered charities in Canada, how is a person to identify legitimate fundraising and avoid getting scammed? Read More
August 18, 2010

What I learned from the Jesuits

By: Rikki Ratliff

But when I'm asked a question or am posed a thought, I don't feel comfortable pausing to answer. I just blurt out whatever thing is sitting on the front steps of my mind, and more often than not, stumble awkwardly down those steps in my response. But not these Jesuits. Read More
August 8, 2010

To whom much is given, much is required

By: Rikki Ratliff

For those of you who believe a woman can only have an abortion during her first trimester in Canada it's okay, you're not alone. Two thirds of Canadians stand ignorant with you according to the latest Angus Reid Public Opinion poll on abortion.
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June 26, 2010

Copts battle everyone's fight

By: Jacky Habib

Christian persecution in Egypt dates back hundreds of years, and is tied to the struggle of religious domination in the country. Egypt had a mainly Christian population until the Muslim conquest in AD 639 Read More
June 26, 2010

Beware of technical altar-ations

By: Patricia Paddey

If a priest can save himself the trouble of lugging around a big heavy missal by reading the necessary texts and prayers from an iPad every week, why shouldn't worshippers save themselves the trouble of getting out of bed early Sunday mornings Read More
June 10, 2010

Facebook and the death of face time

By: Patricia Paddey

A social centre, the church loses ground to online talk Read More
May 30, 2010

My journey from a prison cell to the desk at Listen Up

By: Kesavan Balasingham

After being part of a retaliation on those who severely assaulted my best friend, I found myself sitting all alone in a prison cell. Read More
May 15, 2010

This Catholic is not in crisis

By: Moussa Faddoul

When we began looking at the issues of sex scandals in the Catholic church at Context with Lorna Dueck, I realized that the wounds of the victims are just too deep and the pain is unbearable. Read More
April 23, 2010

How to care for Haiti

By: Ed Epp

Today I Googled "Haiti Earthquake" and saw that the stories were mostly dated January. I wasn't surprised that the world has moved on. Read More
March 31, 2010

Easter resurrected

By: Patricia Paddey

I admit I was a bit skeptical when I first heard news of what was happening in Orillia; 200 adult conversions to Christianity in one small, traditional church in the span of two years? Read More
March 26, 2010

Haiti through a compassionate eye

By: Moussa Faddoul

Getting up close and personal with both the suffering and hope. Read More

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