“Crucified Woman” by Almuth Lütkenhaus-Lackey (Photo by A. Dittwald)
Good shepherd. Revolutionary. Cherished friend. Messiah. The images we create of Christ tell as much about ourselves as they do about the man who lived 2,000 years ago.
By Trisha Elliott
Pope Francis arrives to his inauguration mass at the Vatican in March 2013. Photo by Gregorio Borgia/AP Photo/CP Images
He champions the marginalized, enchants the media and tweets to millions. Pope Francis is trying to embrace the 21st century. Is the Catholic establishment ready to follow him?
By Alicia von Stamwitz
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Friday: Marriage in crisis. Saturday: Attend couples workshops. Sunday: Back in love
By Anne Bokma
The KPMG Tower stands behind the Christ Church Cathedral in Montreal. Photo by meunierd/Shutterstock.com
What role does faith play in the rise and fall of civilizations? A major study led by two British Columbia universities aims to find out.
By Cory Ruf
Tourists photograph a local monk at prayer in Yangon, Burma. Photo by Paula Bronstein/Getty Images
Travelling to countries that flout human rights is ethically precarious. But it doesn't mean we should simply stay home.
By Tim Johnson
A year after his mother’s death, the United Church moderator finds new meaning in Easter
By Gary Paterson