Leah Perrault: Enough is merely enough: On needing our Saviour

“I am enough” is a mantra I’ve carried close to my heart these last few years. Brené Brown taught me about being enough with her meditations on the Gifts of Imperfection. Parenthood forced me to acknowledge both what I cannot do and how to show up imperfectly for my kids. And I have been teetering for the last several weeks on an edge of enough I had not seen before.

Glen Argan: Biden offers U.S. the same old normal

U.S. President Joe Biden is the most publicly religious American president since at least Jimmy Carter. Biden is knowledgeable of Catholic social teaching. He is comfortable talking about his faith, attends Mass weekly and prays his rosary regularly. Yet, the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) is not comfortable with Biden. The reason? He is an unabashed supporter of abortion rights.

  • By Glen Argan

Sr. Helena Burns: The dilemma that is social media

A much-ballyhooed documentary entitled The Social Dilemma has been making the rounds on Netflix. It’s about some major players in the world of Big Tech, Silicon Valley and social media who have called it quits and are now on what I call “the apology tour.”

Peter Stockland: Hospice closure a sign of spiritual malignancy

The fate forced upon the 10-bed Irene Thomas Hospice this month is symptomatic of Medical Assistance in Dying (MAiD) evolving from political maleficence to spiritual malignancy.

  • By Peter Stockland

Cathy Majtenyi: Child protection law can’t come soon enough

Soon-to-be-introduced national legislation may give a boost to those battling what Public Safety Canada calls “one of the most disturbing public safety issues facing society today” — online child sexual exploitation.

  • By Cathy Majtenyi

Charles Lewis: Is technology threatening our humanity?

Four years ago, CBS online news posted a story about Down Syndrome in Iceland. Better put, a story about the elimination of all babies in the womb who would likely be born with Down Syndrome.

  • By Charles Lewis

Robert Kinghorn: Finding light in frontline darkness

A few weeks ago, I was on an intimate online call with one of our political leaders. Well, when I say it was an intimate call, it was intimate in the way a private audience with the Pope is intimate, namely there were as many people on the call as the bandwidth could support.

  • By Robert Kinghorn

Glen Argan: The time for global community is now

Pope Francis spoke for the common good on Christmas Day when he called for the world’s nations to ensure that those who are poor receive their fair share of the vaccine for the coronavirus.

  • By Glen Argan

Fr. Raymond de Souza: Becket’s freedom fight echoes in pandemic

As 2020 closed, it was regrettable that the public observations of the 850th anniversary of the martyrdom (Dec. 29, 1170) of St. Thomas Becket did not take place due to pandemic restrictions.

  • By Fr. Raymond J. de Souza

Sr. Helena Burns: There is always a home waiting for us

The first haiku I ever wrote was about home. I was in sixth grade French class staring out the window as usual (zut alors!), and it came to me wholly formed, in a flash of insight.

Peter Stockland: Hope arises from damning report

In the midst of the Christmas season, Dan Cere sees signs of Easter in the Archdiocese of Montreal.

  • By Peter Stockland