Preparing for Death

Preparing for Death

Written by: Patricia Everaert It’s a fact of life: we’re going to die. God willing, we will be granted many long and happy years, and meet our end peacefully, surrounded by loved ones, ready to enter the presence of our Lord. We are reminded far too often that death...
Nightfever

Nightfever

Written by: Mike McCann Last week, the Catholic students association at McMaster University hosted an event at Canadian Martyrs parish called “Nightfever”. This event was a night of Eucharistic Adoration, but with a very effective outreach measure in place: the doors...
Week of Prayer for Christian Unity

Week of Prayer for Christian Unity

Written by: Fr. Jason Kuntz This week, we begin the week of Prayer for Christian Unity.  It will end on Sunday 27th of January. During this Year of Faith, we are remembering the 50th Anniversary of the Second Vatican Council.   I spent the summer months re-reading the...
In Defense of Baby Worship

In Defense of Baby Worship

Written by: Niki Lau Did you know “baby worship” is an actual technical term? It is an overwhelming sense of being drawn to protecting and cooing over individuals under 3 (or in some cases, forever).  As a proud Godmother of two, I have to say it doesn’t seem to fit...
The Perfect Relationship

The Perfect Relationship

Written by: Sarah Gould Anybody heard of Pinterest?  If you haven’t, count your lucky stars because you’ve just ‘gained’ back hours and hours of time to waste on something else.  Pinterest is a virtual “ideas” cork-board – a place where anyone and everyone can put up...
Love Never Ends

Love Never Ends

Written by: Mark Gamez “It bears all things, believes all things, hopes all things, endures all things. Love never ends” (1 Corinthians 13: 7-8). This past Sunday, I witnessed these words in flesh and bone. In the choir loft where I sat with the choir, there sat a...
Making Good Resolutions

Making Good Resolutions

Written by: Fr. Jason Kuntz When we begin a new year, it is common to make resolutions.  As Christians we ought to make resolutions very often, in order to grow in our spiritual life.  How can we make better resolutions? First – we ought to make few resolutions.  If...

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