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

Nine Faces of Christ

by James Tughan In recent years, I have thought a great deal about the way creative artistry works and how it is fundamentally at the core of being human. In my own life journey that search had to a l... Read More

Guite’s Visit

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The Cambridge poet Malcolm Guite paid a short visit to Toronto at the beginning of April which –as it turns out – is poetry month. He was in Toronto under the auspices of Image Journal. IMAGO was ... Read More

imago evening – June 21

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Join us for our annual event as we usher in the summer Mike Janzen (piano), Petra Zantingh (visual artist), John Terpstra (poet), Motus O Dance Theater, Catherine Daniel – opera/gospel singer, ... Read More

Mike Janzen

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The story of the Israelites wandering in the desert has really mirrored my own story over these last years. In spring of 2016 I suffered a serious concussion and I’ve been slowly recovering ever sin... Read More

Trees of the Book

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Using contemporary, visual language as a way to tell the story of divine providence through biblical references to trees, these paintings are part of a body of work called Trees of the Book. Trees are... Read More

Being Human

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In our time the question of what it means to be human is under close scrutiny. This is partly because of the development of AI and the extraordinary advances in technology on this front. We now speak ... Read More