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Editorial: Make faith whole

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Rev. Andrew Bennett offers timely wisdom that, as Paschal people, we can find hope even in the distressing report by think tank Cardus on Canada’s shocking loss of religious faith.

Editorial: The woke awaken

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When even the Toronto Star emits an editorial ululation against medically administered homicide, we know we’re at the event horizon of a national moral black hole. Forget slippery slopes. We’re in the gravitational pull of somewhere the light no longer shines.

Editorial: COP27’s failure

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Few things say “fallen humanity” better than the annual gaseous blowout of the United Nations Conference on Climate Change.

Editorial: Church’s silent killer

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The renowned Catholic news organization La Croix International recently published an article appealing for ways to summarize the damage from revelations that 11 French bishops, including a retired Cardinal, are under investigation for sexual abuse.

Editorial: Leo XIII’s wisdom

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If last week’s chaos that descended on Ontario schools, their pupils, families, and employees proves anything, it’s how the language of rights can lead to grievous wrongs.

Editorial: A failed law

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The national disgrace of a priest in his 80s waiting years for pointless criminal charges to be abruptly dropped can be mitigated if a constitutional challenge overturns the law that caused the scandal.

Editorial: CUPE, government clash needs Gospel wisdom; bishops should deliver

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It would be most welcome if Ontario’s Catholic bishops could quickly find a way to collectively call on belligerents in the Conservative cabinet and the Canadian Union of Public Employees to come to their senses.

Editorial: Please, no more

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The adage holds that when supping with the Devil, it’s best to use a long spoon. Current Vatican politics and diplomacy seems to have spun it into Oliver Twist’s: “Please, sir, I want some more.”

Editorial: Slippery slope anyone?

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While creating the generation that came to life from 1946 to 1964, Canadians were in the midst of the Baby Boom.

Editorial: Root of all evil?

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Canadian Cardinal Michael Czerny deployed a recent lecture in Chicago to drive home the vital point that “pro-life” commitment does not — must not — be limited to opinion and activism around abortion and euthanasia.