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Vol. 95, No. 16, October 4, 2017

The first official, annual Thanksgiving in Canada was celebrated on Nov. 6, 1879, though indigenous peoples in Canada have a history of celebrating the fall harvest that predates the arrival of European settlers. (CNS photo)

The first official, annual Thanksgiving in Canada was celebrated on Nov. 6, 1879, though indigenous peoples in Canada have a history of celebrating the fall harvest that predates the arrival of European settlers. (CNS photo)





This Week


New political moment

“ . . . the long journey to nuclear disarmament demands that we in the peace movement fight to bring Canada back where it belongs — in the forefront of the struggle to end the ultimate evil,” said Hon. Douglas Roche, O.C., at the recent Group of 78 conference in Ottawa.


Two traditions

Both Catholic and Anglican points of departure carry merits and risks, writes Rev. Marie-Louise Ternier. But, our “common ground is Christ Jesus himself.”


Catholic extremism

Catholic Women Speak has issued a statement expressing dismay at the increasing ferocity and intensity of online attacks perpetrated by the Catholic far right, and how many Catholic institutions are being swayed by the threat of attack from these groups.



Faith

In Exile

By Ron Rolheiser, OMI

A prayer for stillness

Liturgy and Life

By Joe Gunn

28th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Oct. 15, 2017

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