Monthly Archives: July 2012

The Four Voices of God

  If we have different love languages, and if there are different types of learning styles, then it makes sense that we hear and experience God in different ways too.  I have been trying for several months to get through … Continue reading

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Spiritual Readings For Teens

In September I’ll be teaching Religion 11 for the first time and its focus is Church History.  After going over the curriculum, I found that it’s an overwhelming amount of content that needs to be covered by the end of … Continue reading

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Canada Creeping Closer to Legalization of Euthanasia

  In June of this year, a judge in the Supreme Court of British Columbia ruled that people who cannot commit suicide because of illness or a disability have their equality rights violated under section 15 of the Charter and … Continue reading

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Defining Freedom

Even though I am Canadian, I have been following the HHS mandate and the Catholic response happening in the United States with great interest.  One of the most interesting things I have learned thus far, is how important it is … Continue reading

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Olympic Games and Heaven

The 2012 Olympic games in London are just around the corner, and with it comes a lot of media coverage on the athletes, and their journeys to get to the games.  Many of their stories are inspiring and incredible. The … Continue reading

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Big Families More Environmentally Friendly?

I find a lot of people who opt to not have kids, do it for the environment, or because they are going “green”. I also know a lot of people who get accused of “over-population” when they have more than … Continue reading

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Being Catholic in a Secular world

I can remember the first time I realized that everything I needed to know about life could be found in my church from birth.  I was one of the lucky ones to be born and raised in the fullness of … Continue reading

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