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Editorial: Courting sainthood

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In the words of Pope Francis, to give the best of oneself in sports is also a call to aspire to holiness.

Editorial: Amazon lessons

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When the Amazon suffers, the world suffers.

Editorial: It’s good business

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The top executives from 181 of the richest corporations in America recently signed a one-page document on business ethics that could have been penned by the Pope.

Editorial: The ‘shadow’ grows

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Nine months ago, Cardinal Thomas Collins declared that a “cold shadow of euthanasia” that was spreading across Canada had to be resisted.

Editorial: They need our help

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Wanted: 63 Canadian parishes with the resources and the heart to rescue 63 Christian families who are huddled in a nation which scorns them as outcasts but who are too scared for their life to go home.

Editorial: Setting an example

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A Vatican decision to ban single-use plastics won’t by itself empty landfills or save the planet’s oceans, but it sends a message the world needs to hear.

Editorial: God’s grace in space

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The 50th anniversary of the first moon landing salutes a towering human achievement, but it should also be a call to contemplate our place in God’s creation.

Editorial: Well done, Mr. Swan

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It’s impolite to brag, we’re told, so our apologies off the top for this boastful editorial.

Editorial: Positive steps

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A quarter century ago, towards the end of a year in which her children had been running amok, Queen Elizabeth lamented her annus horribilis, her horrible year. The bishops of America know that feeling.

Editorial: Bonum fortuna

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Latin may never bounce back from being all but dead, but the Vatican keeps trying and deserves credit for its efforts. If not them, no one else will.