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      Of equality and cussing

      I’m not a big Simpson’s fan, but I do remember one funny episode where Homer’s neighbour, Ned Flanders—the bible-believing Christian—promises Homer that he will...

      Late have I loved You

      Late have I loved You, beauty so old and so new; late have I loved You...If part of that famous passage from Book Ten...

      The Rush of Being Catholic

      Okay, I’m going to do it. You’re probably all Pope-d out as there hasn't been a moment’s break from all things “Pope” since Benedict said, “I’m...

      A.J. Cronin: Take a look

      I thoroughly enjoy books which give great insight to the inner workings of man's character and soul while being breathtakingly eloquent. Character-driven, the substance...

      Defending the Catholic Church

      Like many faithful Catholics, the resignation of Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI left me feeling uncertain and deeply saddened. For a few days, I felt...

      Spiritual giraffes

      Sometime after my family started traveling, my sister and her husband began traveling full time as well. They now travel with their two children,...

      The Making of a Saint

      “You dream of great deeds. Everyone, these days, reads about Charles de Foucauld. Many have a starry-eyed look. They wonder if they shouldn’t become...

      Fasting: a common sense approach

      Three years ago during a Lenten Friday Mass, I was called upon to use my nursing skills in an emergency situation. Just as the...

      St. Brigid

      Our February artist, Anna Pierlot, is a student at Campion University in Australia. Her free time is consumed by art, writing, and a philosophy...

      The Church will become small

      From the crisis of today the Church of tomorrow will emerge—a Church that has lost much. She will become small and will have to...