I go through phases where for a chunk of time I am super productive, and then I crash and watch The Office for the better part of a week.

Speaking out: Harden not your heart this Advent

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One of my closest friends, Carrie, has always inspired me by her generosity and kind heart. Everything she does, she does for God. 

Speaking out: Working for the Catholic Church

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When I was 18 years old, a fresh high school graduate with loads of ambition and what seemed like direction for my life, I felt an overbearing sense of guilt.

Speaking out: Student council steps out of line

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The censorship began Sept. 28. 

Representatives of the University of Ottawa Students for Life were promoting the club at their table in the university’s student centre when an executive from the Student Federation of the University of Ottawa (SFUO) ordered them to leave. The executive said that she had received many complaints. She then added that she would call Protection Services if the students refused. 

Speaking Out: Finding my place in Church

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When I was in Grade 4, I used to sit in the front pew at my church and watch my older sister altar serve. I had always looked up to my sister and as I sat there, I realized I wanted to be just like her.

Speaking Out: Beauty in the old fashioned

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Plenty of my peers have told me they don’t understand why Catholics can’t just get with the times.

Speaking Out: Debate without the name-calling

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A few days ago, I found myself speaking at work about my beliefs regarding artificial contraceptives.

Speaking Out: How to make Halloween holy

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When I was a child, my favourite part about Halloween was stopping at the “magnet lady’s house.”

Speaking Out: The many names of God

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Never in my life have I seen so many religions under one roof.

The roof in this case belonged to St. Philip Neri Church in Toronto and the event was the Interfaith Prayer Service for Peace at the beginning of October.

Speaking Out: Answering my call to serve

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I didn’t know what it meant to truly serve others until I became a part of student council.

Feminism in the eyes of God

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In a recent Facebook post, a Christian blogger named Dale Partidge said women are considered “old fashioned” if they accept the chivalrous actions of a man.