Charles Lewis is a freelance writer and former religion editor at the National Post.

I now know of two people who ended their lives through euthanasia. They died in August and September.

Charles Lewis: Religion truly is under mob attack

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A priest friend of mine was recently talking about the current state of affairs as it relates to religious freedom in Canada.

Charles Lewis: Pope sends discouraging message

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Pope Francis has sent a message to those who attend the Latin Mass. In essence he has said: We do not really want you. It is time you went away. It is time to give up your “divisive” ways.

Charles Lewis: Imagine a world where every hour counts

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I have thought a lot about euthanasia over the years. I have thought about it too much.

Charles Lewis: Truth stands against lies of evil, oppression

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We live in a time in which truth has lost its meaning. We live in a time in which truth is replaced by feelings. When something no longer feels right it cannot be the truth. Every opinion is valid and none is greater than another.

Charles Lewis: Uighurs need a Good Samaritan

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One of the greatest passages in the Bible is the story of the Good Samaritan.

Charles Lewis: There comes a time when the clock won’t be our master

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I read somewhere years ago that one of the great sources of human anxiety is time. Time is too slow or too fast or there is not enough of it. We live on schedules and deadlines that seem to push us harder than we would like or is even healthy.

Charles Lewis: The intolerance of a tolerant nation

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I often point out how little we as Christians and social conservatives are respected in Canadian society. It’s as if we are not even citizens and our points of view are so hideous it is taken for granted we deserve to be crushed whenever we articulate our crazy ideas.

Charles Lewis: Morality has little hope in government

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Erin O’Toole, the federal Tory leader, has said he will not support a bill to ban sex-selection abortions.

Charles Lewis: Jesus shows death isn’t the final word

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We all know that Christ died on the cross. He took on all the sins of mankind and destroyed those sins. He died and was buried and on the third day He rose again from the dead. We call it Easter and that is meant to give us hope that death has lost its final sting.

Charles Lewis: The power of prayer is eternal

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This is the most profound story I have ever heard about prayer: