BLOG: Reflections
As the media bring us news about the new Omicron variant of COVID, Julian Paparella reflects on the hope brought to us by Jesus, the Alpha and the Omega. more
As Canadians go to the polls for a federal election once again, what role does faith play in our political choices? more
The news from Afghanistan is daunting. What can we do from so many thousands of kilometres away? How can we help? more
More than just a private contract between two people or an excuse for a party, marriages serve the common good of humanity, society, and the Church. more
Fr. Jean Francky Guerrier, SJ, reflects on his ordination to the priesthood in Haiti amidst social and political turmoil and a global pandemic. more
Love is not meant to be temporary, fleeting, or self-centred but the deepest fulfillment of who we are. And marriage is the fertile ground for this love. more
As we celebrate Father's Day, Julian Paparella reflects on the irreplaceable role fathers play in the lives of their children. more
How would you describe marriage? Is it the old "ball and chain"? A mere contract? An out-dated formality? Or just an excuse to have the party of your life? more
What makes a saint? On this 70th anniversary of the death of Servant of God Fr. Emil Kapaun, Scott Carter reflects on his enduring example. more
How does God work in your life? How is God at work in the world today? The answer is someone we can easily forget about: the Holy Spirit. more