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We did it! Thanks for Sony and The Priests, but especially thanks to you – last night we were able to do a live webcast of The Priest’s concert, from St. Paul’s Basilica in Toronto. The concert was a wonderful evening – there were some 800 people present and Frs. Eugene, David and Martin treated more
It’s that time of year!  Just like last year around this time, we’re receiving a visit from three very special singing Irish clergymen. As many of you know, The Priests will be performing tonight in Toronto at St. Paul’s Basilica. The evening will feature songs from their second album ‘Harmony’, released on November 23rd. If more
I had been explaining some red-flags that I found in the book Final Exit by Derek Humphry (see Part II, and also Part I), and ended up talking about relativism: you may not want euthanasia for yourself, but don’t impose your beliefs on someone else, which is the number one flaw with this book, and more
As many of you know, we’re spreading our Catholic message of hope to listeners of XM and Sirius Satellite Radios. In case you didn’t know, through a partnership with the Catholic Channel (Sirius Satellite Radio 159 and XM Radio 117), Salt +Light Television has a weekly program, Saturdays at 10pm ET called, appropriately enough, S+L more
In Part I, I gave a background on the author of the book Final Exit, Mr. Derek Humphry and the Right-to-Die people. I do believe that the book is very compelling, but it contains some red flags. Here are some of them: He is very proud of his book. I cannot mention the number of more
As many of you know, the Canadian Parliament is currently considering a bill to legalize euthanasia and physician assisted suicide. Bill C-384, proposed by Bloc Quebecois MP Francine Lalonde, would alter the criminal code to allow doctors to cause quick and painless death if a patient “appears lucid,” is aware of other treatment options and more
This past Monday was the 20th anniversary of the Fall of the Wall. Thousands of people gathered in Berlin to commemorate the fall of the wall which separated the city’s east and west during the cold war. The wall was built in 1961 by the East German Government to end a constant flight of its more
Last week Canadian Member of Parliament for the Winnipeg-area riding of Charleswood-St. James-Assiniboia, Steven Fletcher, who is a Quadriplegic has stated he will abstain from voting on the right-to-die bill, C-384, which is currently going to its second reading in the House of Commons. This bill would allow people with terminal illness and those in more
Scripture tells us that man does not live from bread alone, but from every word that comes from the mouth of God. I’ve always intellectually understood that, but two weeks ago I was most blessed to be part of the Festival of Faith in London, ON, and I can now say that I know, deep more
This year’s Canadian Gospel Music Association’s Covenant Awards nominations include two Catholic singer/songwriters well-known to S+L audiences: Chris Bray and Janelle. Alberta-native Janelle is best known to us as the singer of the French version of the World Youth Day 2002 Theme Song, Lumière du monde. Since then, Janelle’s powerful voice and dynamic enthusiasm has more