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[27 Jul 2015 | No Comment | ]

ON HUNGER, IRAN AND TISHA B’AV
Rabbi Chaim Steinmetz
Fasting is foreign to us. In the Middle Ages, people fasted a great deal. The 9th century Babylonian work Halachot Gedolot (Tur OH 580) lists no less than 25 additional fast days that are obligatory; in addition, people fasted on Mondays and Thursdays, Yartzeits and when they had bad dreams. In the medieval era, fasting was a religious experience of inspiration, a meaningful way to transcend the mundane.
Today, things are different. While some might still appreciate fasting as a spiritually transcendent experience, …

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[27 Jul 2015 | No Comment | ]

THE HOLY LAND – IS A FUTURE POSIBLE FOR JEWS, CHRISTIANS AND MUSLIMS?
Father John Walsh

The Holy Land is a relatively small piece of the land measuring north to south, one hundred and twenty-five miles, and east to west, thirty-five miles. The whole land mass is twelve thousand eight hundred and seventy-seven square miles. It is on this land that Christians, Jews, and Muslims share the origin of their common Abrahamic roots and faith. Each religion shares a set of common beliefs: One Lord, the promise of divine assistance, daily prayer, …

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  ANNE’S HOUSE CHANGES OUR VIEW OF THE WORLD There are axial moments in the life of a community and these are the moments that determine a future that reverses the past. We are living a moment of overturning what was and will no longer be a possibility. The opening of Anne’s House for thirty women who otherwise would be homeless is revolutionary. The assumptions of the past about the homeless are being totally transformed and women are the cause of such change. A patriarchal and paternalistic culture that …

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[3 Jul 2015 | No Comment | ]

THIS POST IS LONGER THAN USUAL … THE ENYCLCIAL BY POPE FRANCIS IS 180 PAGES
LAUDATO SI! OUR FAITH IS AT STAKE
Father John Walsh

Pope Francis in his first encyclical Laudato si – Praise be writes a new human narrative in which he expresses what are the theological implications are for our faith. Francis sees the world in God and God in the universes a paradigm of panentheism, replacing the paradigm of theism. The clearest statement is when he writes: The universe unfolds in God, who fills it completely. Hence, there is …

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[25 Jun 2015 | No Comment | ]

POPE FRANCIS’S GUIDE TO CARING FOR OUR HOME IN THE UNIVERSE
MICHAEL DUGGAN
Thursday, Jun. 18, 2015 11:43AM EDT GLOBE & MAIL
Michael Duggan teaches Religious Studies and Theology and is the CWL Chair for Catholic Studies at St. Mary’s University in Calgary.
MICHAEL AND I STUDIED TOGETHER IN ROME.

“Hello Earth. Can you hear me?” The voice of Philae, heard again this week after a seven-month silence, unites the world in hope and wonder. This fragile robotic probe clinging to a tiny comet after a 6.4-billion-kilometre journey over the past 10 years enchants us …