Eunice / Reflections

Are you getting “EXTREME” enough this Lent?

This post was written by Eunice and was originally published on Canadian Catholic, where she is a contributor.  On a recent road trip with a couple of co-workers, we were listening to Audrey Assad’s ‘I Shall Not Want.’ One guy in the car turns to another guy, having just heard this song (and prayer) for … Continue reading

Habemus Papam!

Habemus Papam!

Today the Conclave made history by electing not only the first Jesuit pope, but the first pope from the Americas. Jorge Mario Bergoglio, SJ was a top contender in the previous conclave that elected Benedict in 2005. He was seriously overlooked by the media and Catholics everywhere in the lead up to this conclave due primarily … Continue reading

Becca / Faith / Reflections

Going barefoot

My academic courses this semester are very interesting ones which will definitely challenge the way I perceive many facets of my life, including my faith. One class in particular deals largely with the colonization of Canada and the interactions of early missionaries with the First Nations Peoples. We will also be looking at residential schools, the injustices … Continue reading