Sara (not her real name) wouldn’t wish single motherhood on anyone. When she and her partner split, it was hard. She remembers the days of shifting emotions and shifting locations. And of course it was hard financially...

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For those of us who enjoy TV and movies to any degree, late spring to early summer can be an exciting time of year. Most of our favourite shows are winding up their current seasons with a final flurry of “must-see”...

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I confess I have a curious love-hate relationship with historical movies and TV shows. As a lifelong history buff, I’m drawn to such programs like a locust to wild honey, or something like that. At the same time, I’m...

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It’s perhaps unavoidable that older Christian singles should constitute a “special minority group” within the church. That may sound strange, given the fact that singlehood is more common and socially accepted than ever...

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“What a child should be taught is that religion exists; that some people believe this and some people believe that. What a child should never be taught is that you are a Catholic or Muslim child, therefore that is what...

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The unspeakable link between stable families and prosperity

By Andrea Mrozek | April 4, 2014 | Post your comment | Marriage + Family

Sara (not her real name) wouldn’t wish single motherhood on anyone. When she and her partner split, it was hard. She remembers the days of shifting emotions and shifting locations. And of course it was hard financially – which, she adds, it still...

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Spring TV, summer movies, year-round discernment

By Subby Szterszky | April 4, 2014 | Post your comment | Arts + Entertainment

For those of us who enjoy TV and movies to any degree, late spring to early summer can be an exciting time of year. Most of our favourite shows are winding up their current seasons with a final flurry of “must-see” episodes, quite possibly leading...

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New Cosmos TV series rewrites history

By Subby Szterszky | March 26, 2014 | Post your comment | Arts + Entertainment

I confess I have a curious love-hate relationship with historical movies and TV shows. As a lifelong history buff, I’m drawn to such programs like a locust to wild honey, or something like that. At the same time, I’m annoyed at the inaccuracies and...

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