It’s that time of year again. Over the next month or so, the major TV networks will be unveiling their new fall schedules, and as is the case every year, there’ll be a number of trends to look out for. The TV industry...

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Although Labour Day has passed, we offer this insightful meditation from regular contributor Glenn Stanton on the divine origin and dignity of labour in the spirit of the fall season. Labour Day is more than a day...

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An exchange student friend of mine once commented on an aspect of life in North America she found particularly puzzling. In her words, “When people over here discover that you speak more than one language, they think...

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The world was horrified when an Australian couple rejected their son, a twin, carried by a surrogate, for having Down syndrome. Of course, the details of the case are disputed; the surrogacy contract wasn’t clear....

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In his writings, C.S. Lewis spoke of an “inconsolable longing” in the human heart for “we know not what.” He described it as a “desire for our own far off country . . . for something that has never actually appeared in...

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The fall 2014 TV season: 7 trends to watch

By Subby Szterszky | September 8, 2014 | Post your comment | Arts + Entertainment

It’s that time of year again. Over the next month or so, the major TV networks will be unveiling their new fall schedules, and as is the case every year, there’ll be a number of trends to look out for. The TV industry is driven by ratings and...

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A theology of Labour Day

By Glenn T. Stanton | September 8, 2014 | Post your comment | Work + Finances

Although Labour Day has passed, we offer this insightful meditation from regular contributor Glenn Stanton on the divine origin and dignity of labour in the spirit of the fall season. Labour Day is more than a day marking the end of summer and the...

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The messy miracle of language

By Subby Szterszky | August 22, 2014 | Post your comment | Society + Culture

An exchange student friend of mine once commented on an aspect of life in North America she found particularly puzzling. In her words, “When people over here discover that you speak more than one language, they think you must be some kind of genius...

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