Herman Goodden

LONDON, ONT. - It might seem perverse to think of someone so well connected and accomplished as Christopher Monckton, the third Viscount Monckton of Brenchley, as an “odd man out,” but he certainly does go his very own way.

He is a British politician and world famous puzzlist, a newspaper editor, a millionaire, a former adviser to British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, a Cambridge-educated architect, a Knight of Honour and Devotion of the Sovereign Military Order of Malta, a member of the Royal Yachting Association, a lecturer and consultant who is on the payroll of no university, think tank, government or corporation. Monckton is regularly invited to address and take part in debates with university and political groups around the world (including the U.S. Congress), where he is valued and not infrequently reviled for the sturdy independence of his views.

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MELROSE, ONT. - Ordinarily committed to a prayerful life of service to others, 46-year-old Fr. Andrew Kowalczyk has clearly had to step outside of his comfort zone this past year as he has endeavoured to make the work of the Michaelite Fathers better known. 

Kowalczyk is the provincial of the Canadian delegation of the Poland-based Congregation of St. Michael the Archangel and has been organizing the triple jubilee celebrations the order observes this year.

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