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Prime Minister Trudeau merits mixed reviews for his multi-role performance last week as road warrior, marital warrior and culture warrior.  The last of these might leave at least some Catholics wondering if it’s past time for him to exit stage left.

Editorial: What reason for Pride season?

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Last March was officially Irish Heritage Month in Canada, and you didn’t need the federal Heritage Department to tell you so.

Editorial: No laughing matter

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A recent policy call to expand Canada’s population to 100 million by 2100 would normally be considered only ludicrous. Alas, it also contains a distressing degree of duplicitousness.

Editorial: Fanatics can’t change

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The fanaticism to which self-styled pro-choice politics have descended bears out the definition attributed to Churchill that fanatics cannot change their minds and will not change the subject.

Editorial: See, hear, understand

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There is a properly horrified response to the accusations and speculations around Mississauga’s Kenneth Law, who appeared in court this week charged with assisting suicide through sale of sodium nitrate.

Editorial: Beware loose lips

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Catholic school trustee Wendy Ashby has shown a penitential measure of class and character April 26 by publicly apologizing for her bizarre Twitter outburst against “white Christian” men and the “white women” who support “christofascist patriarchy.”

Editorial: God is with us

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To Christians worldwide, Easter can be summed up quite succinctly: to us, it is everything. It’s when our crucified Lord left an empty tomb and showed His words and teaching not only rang true, but that He had conquered sin and death. Jesus’ Resurrection showed us He truly is the Messiah, the Son of God.

Editorial: Equality for some

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Concerns about an Ontario NDP MPP’s new bill to protect drag queens from protests have understandably focused on free speech encroachment but as a result have overlooked more pragmatic questions.

Editorial: With us or against us

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Germany’s Catholic bishops seem to have given Pope Francis the unequivocal answer to his famous rhetorical question: “Who am I to judge?”