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[22 Apr 2014 | No Comment | ]

BLESSINGS IN A TIME OF AMBIGUITY AND UNCERTAINTY
By Father John Walsh

FULL ARTICLE AVAILABLE ON VILLE MARIE ONLINE … PUBISHED IN PART IN THE CATHOIC TIMES APRIL 2014
BLESSINGS IN A TIME OF AMBIGUITY AND UNCERTAINTY
By Father John Walsh
The Christian identity that was presented in the proposed Québec Charter of Values (won’t become law) presented in the Charter was static and passé. New religious identities are being forged in a multi-faith world. The resultant societal ambiguity and uncertainty is viewed by some Quebeckers as a curse; others see it as a blessing. …

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[11 Apr 2014 | No Comment | ]

CHRISTIANS ARE THE WORLD’S MOST PERSECUTED GROUP … WHY?
By Father John Walsh

 
An article in the CJIR, a reprint from Frontpage, February 28, 2014, entitled Why Are Christians The World’s Most Persecuted Group? by Raymond Ibrahim, fails to make the distinction that all Catholics are Christian but not all Christians are Catholic. I will attempt to clarify the statement.
Following a new Pew report the author offers three reasons for the ubiquitous phenomenon of the persecution of Christians in the Muslim world. Reason one: Christianity is the largest religion in the world and …

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[8 Apr 2014 | No Comment | ]

CANADA’S MULTICULTURALISM: AN AMAZING NATIONAL TREASURE
By Imam Dr. Zijad Delic

Canada has weathered a number of ups and downs for nearly a century-and-a-half since it was officially a country. It may well be that its most successful and prosperous times came during the years following the government’s adoption of Multiculturalism in 1971.
It is a visionary policy and Canada became the first country in the world to recognize and embrace cultural diversity as the essence of who we are. Canada affirmed and enshrined the value and dignity for all citizens, regardless of …

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[4 Apr 2014 | No Comment | ]

L’ARTICLE A APPARU DANS LA PRESSE
LOUISE MAILLOUX ET LA «TAXE CACHÈRE»
Par Chaim Steinmetz
L’auteur est rabbin et chef spirituel de la Congrégation TBDJ à Côte Saint-Luc.
Aucune autre autorité en Amérique du Nord n’aurait toléré pareille calomnie.
Le fanatisme hideux et la politique croisent de nouveau le fer dans cette campagne électorale.
Louise Mailloux, la candidate vedette du Parti québécois, ne mâche pas ses mots lorsqu’elle parle de religion. Elle a déjà comparé le baptême et la circoncision à un viol de conscience, une remarque non seulement insultante pour les catholiques et les juifs, …

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[4 Apr 2014 | No Comment | ]

APPEARED ORIGINALLY IN THE MONTREAL GAZETTE ON MARCH 28, 2014
UGLY BIGOTRY IS PASSING FOR POLITICS AS USUAL
By Rabbi Chaim Steinmetz
In the current election campaign, ugly bigotry is passing for politics as usual.
Louise Mailloux, a star Parti Québécois candidate, has some offensive things to say about religion. She’s compared baptism and circumcision to rape of conscience, a remark not only insulting to Catholics and Jews but also deeply insensitive to rape victims. But it’s Mailloux’s remarks on kosher food that cross the line into pure bigotry.
Jews are required to eat kosher …