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International Development - Do it Justice

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Bush Dweller James Gray OSB

Vol. 93 No. 16 October 7, 2015

Sisters who contributed to the growth of Saskatchewan in education and health care are honoured as the Sisters Legacy Monument is unveiled in Wascana Park, Regina. (Frank Flegel photo)

Sisters who contributed to the growth of Saskatchewan in education and health care are honoured as the Sisters Legacy Monument is unveiled in Wascana Park, Regina. (Frank Flegel photo)


This Week


Human response

In the face of the terrible suffering that can be caused by illness or depression, a truly human response should be to care, not to kill, say the Canadian bishops.


Faithful citizenship

During this election, and after, faithful citizens can raise important issues, propose significant commitments, hold meaningful debates and hold prospective office-holders to their promises, writes Joe Gunn.


Women's voices

Women don’t have a vote at the meeting of 270 Catholic bishops on family issues that began this week, but they hope their voices will be heard.


Faith

In Exile

By Ron Rolheiser, OMI

Care for the soul

Liturgy and Life

By Bob Williston

29th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Oct. 18, 2015

Both Lungs

By Brent Kostyniuk

Welcome to the family

Commentary

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