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Religion, a Language of Hope - Catholic Focus

May 5, 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 Joe Goski as he speaks with Rabbi Reuven Bulka, spiritual leader and author of numerous books on religion and psychology and the Most Rev. Paul-André Durocher, Archbishop of Gatineau. Filmed on-site at the Museum of Civilization, this episode helps viewers grasp one of humanity's most ancient, yet mysterious, languages.

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