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Vol. 92 No. 1 May 21, 2014

RESURRECTION — "In all places, then, and in all seasons, / Flowers expand their light and soul-like wings, / Teaching us, by most persuasive reasons, / How akin they are to human things. / And with childlike, credulous affection / We behold their tender buds expand; / Emblems of our own great resurrection, / Emblems of the bright and better land" (from Flowers by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow). Photo by Leigh Weber

Diocesan News

 

Captive learns value of forgiveness

Jesuits address spring seminar

Seminar focuses on school administrators

Bishop's Dinner to support refugees

Pontifical Council for Inter-religious Dialogue recognized and brought greetings to leaders of the Sikh community in Regina

March for Life held in Winnipeg

Rivier Foundation fundraiser a success

Holy Child holds last garage sale

Families organize trip to Holy Land

Divine Mercy Sunday celebrated

End of Life Care National Dialogue visits Regina

 

 

 


Canadian News

 

D & P presses for mining ombudsman

Study looks at impact of abortion on mental health

 

 


International News

 

Vatican threatens Jesuit in India with censure

Survey: One-quarter of the world harbors anti-Semitic sentiment

 


Faith

 

In Exile

Liturgy and Life

Questioning Faith

 


Commentary

 

Around the Kitchen Table

Kasper enjoys taking heat as the ‘pope’s theologian’

Figure of Speech

Holy Land awaits pope's visit

Labels interfere with faith

Canadians do not have a constitutional right to abortion

Everyday Theology

We are invited by God to relax and be ourselves

Good shepherds, past and present

From other sources:

The Catholic Church and child abuse: Looming shadows

Climate change is church’s No. 1 pro-life issue

On killing soldiers

 

 


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