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Vol. 91 No. 41 April 9, 2014

Resurrection by Hannah Berry, Grade 7, Sister O’Brien School, Saskatoon

“The glorious gold-bright sun was rising on the crests of the great hills, and it was changing colour — green, purple, red, blood-red, white, intense-white, and gold-white, like the glory of the God of the elements to the children of men. It was dancing up and down in exultation at the joyous resurrection of the beloved Saviour of victory.

“To be thus privileged, a person must ascend to the top of the highest hill before sunrise, and believe that the God who makes the small blade of grass to grow is the same God who makes the large, massive sun to move.”
— Alexander Carmichael

 


Diocesan News

 

Gaza Doctor pleads for peace

'More than a little creative fiction' in refugee story

My Gen youth rally held

Faith Day a new event for Regina Catholic schools

Diocese of Saskatoon celebrates 80th birthday

Students load container for Malawi school

Cotton Patch Gospel stages performance

 

 


Canadian News

 

Canadian Council of Churches issues statement on reconciliation

Angus urges Catholics to support palliative care

News of Canadian saints is welcomed with joy

 

 


International News

Pope declares by decree three new saints for the Americas

Pope, Queen Elizabeth have informal meeting at Vatican

Atlanta archbishop will sell new residence at centre of controversy

Pope: OK to fight with God, hold him to his promise, remember his love

Jesus can raise everyone from the tomb of a dead, tired soul, pope says

Parents object to North Carolina school’s assembly on human sexuality

Pope approves reforms for scandal-plagued Vatican bank

Muslim Brotherhood warns against British government investigation


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In Exile

Liturgy and Life

Both Lungs

 


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Around the Kitchen Table

Our Easter song always hinges on the paradox of the cross

I was in prison

catholic dialogue

Vulnerability an essential ingredient to being alive

Canon Law for Today

A Pilgrim's Progress

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Calling out the established religion — on sexism

Time for Pope Francis to talk to Jimmy Carter

A thread called grace: how I came to stop hiding and face the biggest secret of my early life

Disgraced cardinal’s archdiocese subject of Vatican investigation


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