In a blogpost today, Leonard Baak, president of OneSchoolSystem.org, ponders the inequalities of the Ontario school system — where the members of the favoured Catholic sect of the Christian faith are uniquely honoured with rights not only denied to their fellow Ontarians, but that come at a significant cost to … Continue reading
Michael Ingham received an honorary degree, Doctor of Laws, honoris causa, at the Simon Fraser University convocation ceremony on Friday. Michael Ingham, Bishop of the Diocese of New Westminster, is the first Bishop in the worldwide Anglican Communion to authorize the blessing of same-sex unions. According to Xtra, It was Ingham’s … Continue reading
Those struggling to recover from addictions don’t need God to help them find the serenity to accept the things they cannot change, the courage to change the things they can, and the wisdom to know the difference. A self-help program and peer support can help people recover from all types … Continue reading
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The sign in front of the Gilmour Memorial Baptist Church in Peterborough, Ontario claims prayer is the world’s best wireless connection. However, does the connection download as well as upload?
The Catholic Register and Deborah Gyapong are a constant source of material for the Theatre of the Absurd. This week, Gyapong is applauding author Eric Metaxas, who was the keynote speaker at the National Prayer Breakfast held in Ottawa on June 4. According to Gyapong, Metaxas, who writes scripts for … Continue reading
tinyurl.com/4m5lpgn tinyurl.com/kwwg5qt Back in 1975, John T. Molloy’s Dress for Success was so successful he published The Women’s Dress for Success Book in 1977. Now, Molloy has a website where he answers readers’ questions on what to wear and what not to wear. Since the Dress for Success books … Continue reading
Eric MacDonald was an eagerly anticipated guest and speaker at Eschaton 2012. People who read his website, Choice in Dying, regularly were eager to meet him and get to know him. Eric’s talk at Eschaton, “This, Really, Is All About Elizabeth,” filmed by Atheism TV, was attended by a rapt … Continue reading
On April 20, I said goodbye to the Ottawa Citizen religion experts. Today, I’m saying hello, again. With the exception of CFI board member Kevin Smith, the experts’ answers to Thursday’s inane question, “What role can faith or spirituality play in healing and healthcare?” are woo: a term used among … Continue reading
ugh2 Laying out the basics of the case against gay marriage. A resurrection from 2008, in honour of the House of Lords.