Beauty and Brokenness

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  Our Hosts Drawing on the Japanese art of Kintsugi, our journey to Easter will provide us a unique opportunity to explore the gift and value of our scars and how our wounds enable us to be more ... Read More

Henry Ossawa Tanner

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Henry Ossawa Tanner (1859-1937) was an African-American painter whose work merits more attention than it receives. He was the son of a Methodist minister. His second name was given in recognition of O... Read More

Pandemic Pages

The changing patterns of life have in recent days opened up – for many of us – new possibilities for how we employ our time. With less written in our calendars and more time at home we are drawn b... Read More

Call and Response

Liturgy commonly employs the practice of “call and response”. I believe that this liturgical practice provides a clue to how we are expected to engage in God’s good world. The very idea of “ca... Read More

Original Prin

You have to love something to satirize it well and we are lucky that Randy Boyagoda loves a lot of things: family life, the Catholic Church, multi-cultural Toronto, university teaching and… pickle b... Read More