Comment: Nun’s murder filled with unsettling twists in new Netflix series

As a fan of murder mysteries, I was drawn to a new Netflix series entitled The Keepers, a true-crime story about the murder of a popular young nun who was a high school teacher in Baltimore.

Comment: Meet 'Mary' ... my friend

The request was simple: “I’m going south for a week, could you give me a ride to the airport and pick me up on my way back?”

Comment: Pro-life movement is in need of renewal

In a recent Toronto Sun column, John Snobelen had four wise, albeit chilling, watch words for those in the not-for-profit world. They are: “The atrophy of purpose.”

Comment: No bond is stronger than mother and child

This being Mother’s Day weekend, an editor asked if I’d like to write about it. Initially, I decided to pass because I’ve written about my wonderful late mother many times.

Comment: Peace is the real message of Fatima

Students at St. Augustine School in Regina were abuzz in the fall of 1960 when we learned a priest was coming who would reveal a secret message from the Virgin Mary.

Comment: Tragedy is not a case for more euthanasia rights

In mid-April The Globe & Mail gave two days of coverage to the suicide of Adam Maier-Clayton, just 27 years old. He lived for years with a variety of psychiatric disorders and unremitting pain. There is no doubt he knew suffering.

Opinion: Unexpected papal meeting brings out best in bishop

As the Ontario bishops completed their ad limina visit to Rome last week, I couldn’t help but recall one of my favourite stories about one of Ontario’s favourite bishops.

Opinion: Our Lady Seat of Wisdom is built on the Catholic tradition

On April 29, Our Lady Seat of Wisdom Academy (OLSWA) will graduate the first class of its newly approved bachelor’s degree program.

Opinion: The surveys say … yes, faith has future in Canada

Data from two major polling firms show Canadians are nowhere close to the caricature of faith-hostile atheists that we’ve been led to believe characterize us.

Comment: Easter traditions are filled with blessings

There is a new Easter tradition in the United Kingdom: going to the local historical house to hunt for chocolate eggs.