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How do you reform an episcopate and provide new leadership for the Church in a particular nation? Canada is now the model for the Church universal on how it can be done.
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As a candidate in the Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults (RCIA), I was fascinated by the Catholic veneration of the Virgin Mary.
My daughter is divorced and remarried. I'd like to have my granddaughter baptized but my parish refuses. What can I do?
The quote from the 17th century English poet John Dryden "Better shun the bait than struggle in the snare" that appeared in Joe Gunn's article, "Overseas aid battered by storms of cutbacks" (WCR, Feb. 13), was prophetic in terms of what is currently happening with CIDA funding for Development and Peace.
Re: "Homeschoolers fear intrusion on parental rights from School Act" (WCR, March 12).
I refer to the editorial, "Besieged Church need not withdraw into circle of muskox" (WCR, March 19).
Popular mythology assumes that the culmination of history will be marked by a great "final battle" between the forces of good and evil. This myth has made for plenty of action movies in which the men in white hats achieve final and total victory over those in black hats.
Finding and forming the next generation of religious in Canada was a popular topic at this year's National Association of Vocation and Formation Directors Conference.
With degrees in history and international affairs, Sara Michel has held positions with Canada's departments of defence and foreign affairs – both sweet jobs with high pay and plenty of benefits.
HALIFAX – Archbishop Richard Smith remembers his mother Anne Marie as a woman of genuine warmth, "the one who was always there for us."