Stockland is publisher of Convivium magazine and a senior fellow at Cardus.

The exposure of movie mogul Harvey Weinstein’s sordid sexual predator secret is ripping the mask off the sinister nature of our supposed surprise as well.

Comment: Are we a Church of slobs and mediocrity?

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Mark Shea thinks the Catholic Church is a vast accumulation of slobs and mediocrities. He means it as a compliment. He contends it brings us closer to Christ.

Comment: ‘Little things’ of life feed spiritual growth

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DUBLIN, IRELAND - The homilist at St. Teresa’s Carmelite Church on Clarendon Street spoke of the need for small steps toward changed hearts.

Lesson about hope in movie moment

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There is one perfect minimalist moment in Christopher Nolan’s Dunkirk that forms an all-encompassing metaphor for our times.

Comment: Catholic influence on Canadian political horizon

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Allowing for caveats, Canada could find itself with a trinity of powerful Catholic leaders in coming months.

Comment: Pro-life movement is in need of renewal

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In a recent Toronto Sun column, John Snobelen had four wise, albeit chilling, watch words for those in the not-for-profit world. They are: “The atrophy of purpose.”

Opinion: The surveys say … yes, faith has future in Canada

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Data from two major polling firms show Canadians are nowhere close to the caricature of faith-hostile atheists that we’ve been led to believe characterize us.

Opinion: true-life space tale shows power of faith

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Visiting Atlanta’s Martin Luther King Jr. Center for Nonviolent Social Change several years ago, I overheard a small black boy ask his mother: “Why were white people so bad to us?”

Court strikes a blow for religious freedom in Trinity Western case

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Canadians living jam-packed lives barely have time to read their watches, much less pore over voluminous legal judgments on pressing matters of the day.

Gender reality check

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Several years ago, a man showed up at a magazine company where I worked demanding to be paid “his” million dollars.

A cry of Christian love

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Bishops in Alberta and the Northwest Territories issued what has been prosaically called a series of guidelines to deal with so-called medical aid in dying. In truth, the Vademecum for Priests and Parishes beautifully illuminates, and reminds readers, what it means to live a Catholic life.