We all feel the uncertainty in the air; we all hear that low-grade anxiety buzzing in the background.

Glen Argan: This is a time to strengthen the foundation

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With widespread orders from bishops across North America and Europe to cancel public Masses including the Sunday Eucharist, some naysayers were bound to arise.

Bob Brehl: Finding inspiration in times of anxiety

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Millions are now home, sheltered in place, self-quarantined, working remotely, home-schooling, keeping panic at bay but feeling anxiety rise.

Leah Perrault: Staying the course, whether frozen or not

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Staying the course is an ironic metaphor for an asthmatic whose longest race ever was 3,000 metres.

Luke Stocking: In the face of our fears we need signs of peace

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I had a coronavirus earlier this year.

Not THAT coronavirus. It was just a common cold, which is one of the many types of coronaviruses out there.

Charles Lewis: COVID-19 crisis a chance to re-examine our lives

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Every crisis can teach us something about ourselves. Each is a chance to revise the way we live and the way we think about what is important and which people in society deserve our respect and admiration.

Charles Lewis: Imagine a Lent lasting the whole year

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As you read this we will be in the last few weeks of our Lenten promises. If you are like me you have probably slipped once or twice.

Peter Stockland: Pandemic forces sacrifice of Mass

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The Church in Quebec, many parts of Ontario and even in Rome appeared late last week to say “No Más” in the face of the novel coronavirus pandemic.

Cathy Majtenyi: Don’t forget about justice in winter of discontent

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It’s been a turbulent few months. Crowds blocking rail lines, protesters waving placards and RCMP officers barricading land are some of the dramatic images of discontent across Canada.

Glen Argan: Spirituality does not cause moral goodness

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The revelation of the grievous sexual misconduct by L’Arche founder Jean Vanier should awaken us all to the central importance of a well-founded moral conscience in the pursuit of holiness.

Bob Brehl: A Churchill history that packs a wallop

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Erik Larson has a special talent for taking historical events and writing nonfiction books about people related to the main event but somehow slightly off the mainstream, on the periphery.