As local Catholics endure a seemingly endless number of revelations, the question repeatedly being asked is: How can the seminary be producing such men?
Jesuit priest Michael Czerny has been elevated, the first non-bishop made a cardinal-elector since Vatican II.
Even more odd is that, knowing how strongly Pope Francis speaks on this topic, the Jesuit superior feels at ease openly contradicting the Holy Father.
The teaching of Veritatis Splendor simply will not go away, but maddeningly, stubbornly, enduringly remains. The same cannot be said about the teachers.
Father Raymond de Souza finds the NDP leader a fascinatingly odd fit for the identity politics of a left-wing party because of the very diversity that makes up Mr. Singh.
The longest continuously serving Conservative MP used to chastise me for not writing nice things about him. I am doing that now.
Former Supreme Court Justice Frank Iacobucci broke no rules handling the file that has ethically compromised Justin Trudeau but his role seems unbecoming, argues Father Raymond de Souza.
Justin Trudeau is not sorry because he did the wrong thing for the right reason
Measuring disadvantage directly rather than using race makes sense. And it is a sign of progress.
Editor-In-Chief Fr. Raymond de Souza looks to Prince Harry and Meaghan Markle’s decision to have a maximum of two children for the sake of the planet.
Wrestling has changed significantly to become mainstream. But our culture has moved, too, and met it more than half way.
Father Raymond de Souza tempers this week’s dust-up over Elections Canada limiting partisan climate debate with the reminder that elsewhere only anti-warmers are welcome.
The wisdom of Dante interpreted and made accessible by Pearson makes an important and needed contribution to our approach to moral theology.
Pope Francis believes the cycle of poverty can be broken and an extraordinary missionary from Argentina does just that.
This case is a stark warning of a new circumstance in which faithful Christians have to reckon with suffering for their beliefs.
The agenda of an upcoming meeting of Catholic bishops looks heavy on romantic primitivism, but more than a little light on understanding of original sin, detects Convivium Editor-in-Chief Father Raymond de Souza.