God's word on Sunday: Covenant with God is always evolving

Fifth Sunday of Lent, March 18 (Year B) Jeremiah 31:31-34; Psalm 51; Hebrews 5:7-9; John 12:20-33

Peter Stockland: There is nothing silly about this bunny tale

Something’s topsy-turvy when a Canadian Christian couple must go to court to clear their names because they refused to lie on the State’s orders.

Blurred lines: Vatican manipulation of photo becomes the story

WASHINGTON – What was meant to be an intellectual tribute to Pope Francis has instead become the backdrop to the latest tempest over transparency and this pontificate.

Luke Stocking: The 0.7 per cent aid solution requires massive push

The question in Section 5 of the form stares at me from my computer: “Estimated Attendance?” I am filling out the Nathan Phillips Square Special Event Application form provided by the City of Toronto. On April 25, we plan to gather as young Catholics to raise our voices for a more generous Canada.

Fr. Raymond J. De Souza: Catholic politicians fail to walk the walk

In January, I had the great blessing of preaching at the Holy Mass for the relic of St. Francis Xavier in the parish in Mississauga named after him. There was an immense congregation, and in the very first pews were various political figures from the federal Parliament, provincial legislature and city hall.

Glen Argan: Pursuit of the common good is the best path

Perhaps the notion of the common good will soon have its day in the sun.

God's word on Sunday: Faith in Jesus is lifeline to eternal life

Fourth Sunday of Lent, March 11 (Year B) 2 Chronicles 36:14-17a, 19-23; Psalm 137; Ephesians 2:4-10; John 3:14-21

Bob Brehl: Hope arises in U.S. gun laws debate

Nothing changed after 20 very young children were slaughtered at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn., five years ago.

God's word on Sunday: Commandments needed now more than ever

Third Sunday of Lent, March 4 (Year B) Exodus 20:1-17; Psalm 19; 1 Corinthians 1:18, 22-25; John 2:13-25

Trudeau's Indian missteps a lesson for all of us

Beneath Canadians’ cringing at Justin Trudeau’s embarrassing Indian amble, there seemed charitable hope he could use the debacle for hard reflection on the difference between image and reality.