MITCHELL: Modern western society could use more, rather than fewer, religious communities integrated into public mourning
GREEN: The solution is not to opt for the lowest common denominator but instead to expand the levels of genuine school choice for students and parents
CHIDIAC: Spirituality gives people hope in hopeless situations. The message of Fatima gave people a course when they didn’t know what to do and it brought them together
MCEWAN: Brief encounters, like taxi trips, help us make connections with those whose circumstances and experiences differ from ours, but with whom we share our humanity
MURPHY: One hundred years after three Portuguese children reported seeing an apparition while they tended a flock of sheep, the story of Our Lady of Fatima endures
DI MUCCIO: The Saskatchewan ruling gives provinces the impetus to explore the alternatives to forcing children, against their parents’ will, into secular public education
MCEWAN: What do bunnies and eggs have to do with the religious celebration of Easter, the most important feast day of the Christian calendar?
DI MUCCIO: Only 10 years ago, Premier Kathleen Wynne campaigned vehemently against a faith-based school model. Now, she has suddenly changed her mind