Remembering St. Patrick on this Green-Filled Day

By Matthew Sottile, Editor Every year, on March 17th, we’re reminded of the day devoted to St. Patrick (albeit many are unaware of his religious influences and position in the […]

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Be Servants of Hope in a World of Fake News

By Joseph Sinasac, Publishing Director Does the Catholic Church have anything relevant to say about the spread of “fake news” and its impact on political debate? Pope Francis offers an […]

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The Presentation of the Lord

By Anne Louise Mahoney, Editor The Bible is short on details when it comes to Jesus’ early life. In fact, Luke’s gospel covers Jesus’ first 12 years in a mere […]

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Not with blows, but with charity: Remembering St. John Bosco

Natalia Kononenko, Editor of Living with Christ “Not with blows, but with charity…” Today we celebrate the feast of St. John Bosco, widely known as Don Bosco. Among other things, […]

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Literature’s Impact

By Matthew Sottile, Editor  By definition, literature consists of “written works, especially those considered of superior or lasting artistic merit.” The books we cherish move us to tears, educate youth, […]

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St. John of the Cross

By Anne Louise Mahoney, Editor Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield recently published a book for children called The Darkest Dark. It turns out that this intrepid spaceman was once afraid of […]

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More than a Feast

By Joseph Sinasac, Publishing Director The Feast of the Immaculate Conception, celebrated every year on Dec. 8, holds a special place in the hearts of those who work here at […]

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A Glass Half-full

By Simon Appolloni, Editorial Director As our neighbours to the south prepare to give thanks this weekend, I am reminded of a book Novalis published some time ago, a book […]

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