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[15 Jul 2019 | No Comment | ]

Quebecs Moral Quagmire
What Bill 21 Means for Religious Pluralism in Canada
By Michael W. Higgins
July 9, 2019

It wasn’t supposed to happen, but happen it did. Having thrown off the shackles of clericalism and everything else Catholic, the once-pious province—a Quebec steeped in the life of a church seen as sole protector of French identity, culture, and religion in the New World—has embraced a new form of dogmatism and intolerance: the radical secularism of laïcité.
On June 16, a week after Pentecost, the National Assembly in Quebec City passed Bill 21, a draconian …

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Father John Walsh

The twenty-first century is opening many new ways to understand ourselves as human beings. In fact, we are writing a new human narrative; perhaps even creating a new way of being “human.” To whom can we turn for advice and counsel to find our way and to become comfortable in a brave new world. Charles Taylor has impressively treated how we became who we are in his opus Sources Of The Self – The Making Of Modern Identity and writes: “the intention of …

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Rabbi Michael Whitman

The Exodus from Egypt, which Jews celebrate on Passover beginning this Friday night, April 19, is an event that creates our identity as Jews. It is also an event that provides inspiration and meaning for everyone, in every generation struggling under oppression. Its significance applies equally to nations, peoples, and individuals. Here is a message each of us can use in our own lives.
Shortly after leaving Egypt, and thinking they were finally safe and free, the Jewish People see Pharaoh’s mighty army coming after them. With the …

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Father John Walsh

A modern author raises the question, will we chose AI or consciousness? It is a question that we must all face. Ai has already turned us upside down. We are the implication if we choose AI? The effects o AI are already at work in our lives. AI is reducing the number of menial tasks human beings were forced to do. However, the greatest effect so far is that AI is turning each of us into an algorithm. What is an algorithm? …

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Father John Walsh

General Romeo Dallaire, in the latter part of his book, They Fight Like Soldiers, They Die Lie Children (Random House Canada. 2010), challenges youth to accept the task of eliminating child soldiers. I believe Romeo Dallaire’s words to youth could be adapted as a Charter of Challenges for Youth. He enjoins youth to not wait for leaders to take action but to assume responsibility as youth and act as leaders. Dallaire reminds youth here at home that they must find inventive ways to …