Cupich’s New Mission

Cupich’s New Mission

Written By: Lawrence Lam, “I expect to die in bed, my successor will die in prison and his successor will die a martyr in the public square. His successor will pick up the shards of a ruined society and slowly help rebuild civilization, as the church has done so...
Where is God?

Where is God?

Written By: Naomi Toms Where is God? Has this question ever occurred to you? In the midst of daily life, have you ever looked up at the sky, and wondered… just how far away He really is? St. John once wrote, “No man has ever seen God” (1 Jn 4:14). God, being both...
The Presence-Prayers of Children

The Presence-Prayers of Children

Written By: Sarah Gould There’s been quite a bit of media coverage lately about kiddies at mass. One parish’s idea had made the Facebook rounds a while back: the pastor had put an insert into every pew asking parishioners to be patient and loving towards kids, instead...
The Problem of Evil Revisited

The Problem of Evil Revisited

Written By: Lawrence Lam The world is becoming a complicated and dangerous place. ISIS is effectively carrying out a religious cleansing of Christians from the territories that it occupies, Russia is encroaching into Eastern Europe, North Korea makes more threats...
Veiled in Mystery

Veiled in Mystery

Written By: Gregory Watson Dear Jesus, bless our efforts at modesty. Grant that how we dress and carry ourselves may veil what should be veiled, and give us the strength to resist evil fashions and the glamour of sin (from the daily prayers of the Angelic Warfare...
Love and Suffering

Love and Suffering

Written By: Patrick Sullivan, In Christianity we very often meet the person who lives out the false principle that love and suffering are one and the same thing. So that somehow if my penance is wretched enough, or my marriage is miserable enough, I am the greater...
Labour Day

Labour Day

Written By: Tricia Everaert, It is Labour Day. All over Ontario can be heard cheers and weeping in equal measure as we prepare ourselves for a return to routine. Even those of us not in school and those without children sense that life’s rhythms change with the...

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