Bob Brehl: Foes work together to flatten the curve

I have many fond memories of my Uncle Frank from Coshocton, Ohio. He was my dad’s older brother, a lifelong Republican and an elegant man.

    Glen Argan: Our mission is clear on the new sabbath

    Joseph of Arimathea saw something that others on the Jewish council did not. In St. Luke’s telling of the story, Joseph was not only a good and righteous man, “he was waiting expectantly for the kingdom of God.”

      Cathy Majtenyi: The COVID-19 world has much to teach us

      The journey to Easter in 2020 has been a journey like no other.

        Robert Kinghorn: Taking care of the poor is an essential service

        It was a different time and a different crisis, but in the small village of Bronte, Ont., work was hard to come by in the early 1950s.

          Peter Stockland: Serving up a hearty helping of faith

          In his recent letter to Register readers, Publisher-Editor Jim O’Leary reminded us all that “the need has seldom been greater for us to unite spiritually as communities of faith.”

            Fr. Raymond de Souza: Our service continues

            What are priests to do in a pandemic? Much fewer things than they would ordinarily do. But the one thing they must do is to keep doing the one thing which only they can do. They cannot abandon the sacraments.

              Charles Lewis: Finding fellowship in uncertainty

              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

                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

                  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

                    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

                      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.