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[17 Apr 2015 | No Comment | ]

A NOTEWORTHY COMMENCEMENT ADDRESS
THE NEED FOR A LIBERAL ARTS EDUCATION

By Father John Walsh
Every once in a while someone delivers a commencement address to graduates that makes you sit up and notice. A recent address by Fareed Zakaria did just that! I have summarized it but the full address is available as per the video.
You are graduating from Sarah Lawrence, the quintessential liberal arts college, at an interesting moment in history—when the liberal arts are, honestly, not very cool. You all know what you’re supposed to be doing these days—study computer …

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[14 Apr 2015 | No Comment | ]

COLLABORATIVE EFFORTS CHANGE THE WORLD
By Father John Walsh

We live in a culture where, unfortunately, too many people believe that there is no such thing as the power of one. People refrain from voting, a God-given right, because it has no effect on who will be elected and what the politicians decide. The foundation of today’s culture stresses individualism; yet, the individual is neglected. The average Canadian feels isolated, alone, silenced, voiceless, shut off from society. The culture itself, due to an individual’s inability to act responsibly and effectively, provides a …

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[2 Apr 2015 | No Comment | ]

WHY ARE THERE HOMELESS PEOPLE?
By Father John Walsh

The majority of people wonder why there are so many homeless people on the streets of Montreal. The guestimate is that there are 30,000 homeless and 6,000 of them are women. Where do they come from? Each person’s story is a history and these multiple histories defy there being one common denominator, lumping all of the homeless into the one category “mentally ill.” Mental illness, like any illness, has its own family and personal history. Family influence in the overall development of a …

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[25 Mar 2015 | No Comment | ]

A SIMPLE GESTURE GOES ON AND ON
By Father John Walsh

We live in a very scientific world and everything happens in a prescribed schedule. Try and change a doctor’s appointment after it has been confirmed. You can, but it might be three months later. Mortgages, monthly accounts, food purchases … there are no surprises … if you are late you pay the price … late means additional costs and some of them are exorbitant. Life itself has become a mad rush to get everything done … in a day, a week, …

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[25 Feb 2015 | No Comment | ]

BILL C-51 – GIVE US THE CANADA WE DESERVE
By Father John Walsh

As a young man in Montreal, I recall the days when we never locked the doors of our home, front or back, or when my father would start his car on a cold winter morning leaving the keys in the car as it warmed up and he would come back to the house for a cup of coffee.  There was a sense of security then that slowly over the years faded away.  Today you would never leave the doors …