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June 24, 2013

"I'm Not Afraid of a Little Mud" - optimism and hope in Calgary

By:Ronaele Pound

Grace plans on accomplishing three things: helping with the cleanup, hunting down Mayor Nenshi and giving him a hug for all his fun-loving optimism, and meeting MOMO the cat. Read More
June 13, 2013

Legalized Prostitution the Safe Answer?

By:Shona Stewart

Do not sit idly by believing your voice doesn't matter. Read More
May 17, 2013

Faith-based Drug & Alcohol Ministry Offers Second Chances

By:Sheila Stroupe

The ministry has been turning people's lives around for 20 years, people who've lost their way and are in need of a second chance. Read More
May 11, 2013

Why is Religion So Gloomy?

By:James Martin

Is Sunday a fun day for most people? It should be: humour, for one thing, is balm for a troubled world. Read More
April 19, 2013

God With Us At Sandy Hook

By:Michael Hidalgo

Too often in our attempt to move on, we try to comprehend the incomprehensible. Indeed. God is here. Read More
April 12, 2013

Gendercide - Maybe being pro-choice isn't about women's rights

By:Lia Mills

How can pro-abortion advocates address the question of sex-selective abortion? Read More
April 11, 2013

Sex-Selective Abortion

By:Barbara Kay

Silence is indifference. Gendercide is a hateful practice. Let that much at least be said. Read More
April 8, 2013

North Korea: What Next?

By:Jack Kim

Whether the "what next" is a missile launch, an artillery shelling, or a naval attack, or even nothing at all, even one small incident could lead to conflict on the Korean peninsula. Read More
March 26, 2013

Israel and Palestine, a Listening Tour

By:Adam Estle

Often, people visit Israel and Palestine and hear only one side of the story. This leaves people with inaccurate, and often unhelpful, understandings of the situation. Read More
March 14, 2013

What To Expect from Pope Francis

By:Stephen Lazarus

What we are likely to forget is that, in his own estimation, Pope Francis' most important accountability is to God and not primarily to the court of public opinion. Read More