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Practising yoga violates First Commandment

April 29, 2013

I am writing in response to the letter to the editor titled “Warning against yoga absurdly fundamentalist” on April 15.

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Comments on New Age, yoga are laughable

April 29, 2013

Re: Articles on New Age and yoga by Chris Miller (WCR, March 25).

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Fr. Perron was a good role model

April 29, 2013

Thank you Ramon Gonzalez and the WCR for your wonderful article on the death of Father Vic Perron, a very dear friend (“Shy Fr. Perron gave spirited homilies,” WCR, April 1).

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St. Francis emphatically not a layperson

April 15, 2013

Thank you for the excellent coverage of this grace-filled moment of transition in the Church.

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Warning against yoga absurdly fundamentalist

April 15, 2013

I recently read the article by Chris Miller reviewing Father Denis Phaneuf’s recent statements about New Age practices (“Prairie priest warns against yoga, herbal medicines” WCR, March 25).

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Knights fund women bound for pro-life retreat

April 1, 2013

As you may know, for the past five years, Archbishop Richard Smith has been advocating the need for the Sisters of Life to establish their order in the Edmonton Archdiocese to help us bring an end to abortions.

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Encyclical inspires hope for peace

April 1, 2013

What happens when we consult our hopes for peace?

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Young adults find support for faith at Adoremus

March 18, 2013

Sometimes I hear people express concern about the future of the Catholic Church. As a 20-something, I can see why there might be some concerns regarding the behaviours of many of my peers in this day and age.

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No Confirmation for non-practising Catholics

March 18, 2013

There may be some rationale for confirming non-practising Catholics but I cannot figure out what it is and why we do this. Year after year, we confirm thousands of children who obviously are not practising the Catholic faith and, presumably, come from families where it is not being practised.

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Reconciliation days a time of grace in schools

March 18, 2013

I wish to express my thanksgiving to our priests who spent the entire day on March 6 hearing confessions.

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