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Huzzah! CNN is interested in us, as it promises to provide a glimpse into the lives of regular atheists in its special report: Atheists: Inside the World of Non-Believers. You can view the trailer on CNN’s site; the full report will air Tuesday, March 24 at 9PM ET. From the trailer, it … Continue reading
Considering that Ireland is a traditionally Catholic and traditionally very musical country, it’s surprising how little the Emerald Isle’s traditional Catholicism has impinged on its traditional music. Having a dollop of Irish ancestry myself, I’ve heard good old Irish songs about drinking, courting, stealing, fighting the English, fighting the neighbours, … Continue reading
Today’s Google Doodle celebrates St. Patrick’s Day with an animated band of shamrocks fiddling and dancing. Time magazine tells us what many of us already know: The holiday, also known as the Feast of St. Patrick, commemorates a man considered a patron saint of Ireland and bringer of Christianity to … Continue reading
An article on the Borden Ladner Gervais (BLG) website written by Eric M. Roher and entitled “Practice and Process Around Religious Exemptions” claims Central to Catholic education in Ontario is creating and shaping the Catholic identity. However, it is obvious that Roher’s goal is maintaining and expanding the Catholic identity. … Continue reading
So you have probably heard of the narrow minded judge who denied an “oppressed” woman the right to her day in court because of alleged bad fashion sense. Canadians responded to this injustice with a funding campaign that raised 50 grand to get this woman a car. The drive was … Continue reading