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

Trudeau's Indian missteps a lesson for all of us

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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.

Charles Lewis: Gun violence needs more than prayers

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The massacre of 17 innocents at a Parkland, Fla., high school is not fading out of the news as quickly as other similar tragedies that have plagued the United States.

Cathy Majtenyi: Faith-based values are not bargaining chips

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It’s a sneaky way to make a government look progressive, a religion look regressive, and to divide a congregation.

Bob Brehl: Weapons of mass domestic destruction

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On Valentine’s Day, there was yet another U.S. massacre when a shooter killed 17 Florida high school students and wounded a score more.

Charles Lewis: PC leader's fall leaves bitter taste

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For the most part, social conservatives had lost faith in Patrick Brown before the sudden fall of the Progressive Conservative Party leader. 

Bob Brehl: Life and times of a Canadian knight named Day

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It’s always fun to pick up a book and have trouble putting it down because the story grips you.

Cathy Majtenyi: The wage gap is everyone's business

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About a week after Ontario’s new minimum wage kicked in, I grabbed a sandwich at a well-known coffee shop.

Peter Stockland: Returning to conscience at the collapse of the sexual revolution

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Prudence counsels against turning the #MeToo movement into an epic of #IToldYouSo. Nor is there room, among Christians especially, for schadenfreude as the sexual revolution ends in the disgusting morass we long knew it would.

Glen Argan: Healthy society cannot exist under state-imposed ideology

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Canadian Catholics should perhaps be upset with governments that trample on our basic rights. Whether our silence reveals resilience or indifference may be determined by the test of time.