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Religion, a language of hope - Catholic Focus

April 14, 2012
Why is the practice of religion such a universal phenomenon throughout the history of cultures? Do religions still have a role to play in the secularized countries of the 21st century? Are religions currently evolving in pluralistic societies? An exhibit at the Canadian Museum of Civilization, entitled God(s): a User’s Guide, provides the inspiration for this Catholic Focus that explores the face of religion in Canada today. Join host Joseph Goski as he takes a tour of this ongoing exhibit.

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