Bob Brehl: Coyote attack a sign of upside down world

Do you ever wonder if sometimes the world is upside down?

Charles Lewis: Silence much easier said than done

Many of us were fortunate enough to hear Cardinal Robert Sarah speak at St. Michael’s Cathedral Basilica last month. He is truly a holy man and strong voice in a world of banalities. How many people do you know whose cause is silence?

Fr. Raymond J. De Souza: Rosica pulls back curtain on ‘a new dictatorship’

Fr. Thomas Rosica, CEO of Salt & Light Catholic Media Foundation, published a blistering assessment of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in the pages of a Jesuit magazine, identifying in practice what Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger memorably called the “dictatorship of relativism.”

God's word on Sunday: The yeast of Christ will lead us to the truth

Resurrection of the Lord, April 1 (Year B) Acts 10:34a, 37-43; Psalm 118; 1 Corinthians 5:6b-8; John 20:1-18

The Church on the Street: Searching for divine power in the eyes of a stranger

Some nights it does not take long for the temperature to plummet. I don’t mean the thermometer, but the temperature of the street. 

The unique landscape of my youth fading fast

Passers-by hardly give it a glance. A Kingston place key to my past is about to vanish, forever.

Herman Goodden: Outspoken prof is Church’s ally

Canadian Catholics and Christians generally are not paranoid if they harbour suspicions that their governmental overlords are unsubtly trying to control their rights of free speech, religion and assembly. 

Francis Campbell: Jesus has some advice about social justice

Words are seldom minced from the pulpit of the Cornwallis Street Baptist Church in Halifax. A couple Sundays past was no different as pastor Rhonda Britton and the congregation tackled the recurring issue of racial discrimination. 

Mary Marrocco: Power of compassion can overcome rage

An article defending the widespread practice of abortion for babies with Down syndrome disturbed me.  

Glen Argan: Nicodemus represents hope for humanity

Nicodemus is the organization man who realizes his organization does not have the answers. So, he looks further afield. You are not supposed to do that, but he does it anyway. His heart hungers for more than arid policies, and what do you know, but he finds that something more.

Bob Brehl: Free speech takes a beating at universities

Jordan Peterson is a University of Toronto psychology professor, best-selling author, cultural critic, international media celebrity — and lightning rod.