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Recent Homily

Homily for Mass – Notre Dame Cathedral Basilica, Ottawa Sunday, 7 October 2012 – 7.30pm (Readings: Gen 2:7, 15, 18-24;  Ps 128;  Heb 2:9-11;  Mk 10:2-16] As we hear in the Book of Genesis, God did not create us to … Continue reading

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True, natural, God-given femininity

[The following is a reflection from Saint Paul Students for Life President, Annette Wellman] I can’t claim to be a good writer, but I can offer you a brief reflection on the awe-inspiring event we had earlier this week. We … Continue reading

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A story about our recent event

Deborah Gyapong has written a story about the recent event hosted by Saint Paul Students for Life. Click on the image to the right to go to the article. Some photos from the event, taken by Fr Adrian Sharp, can … Continue reading

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What is the Church’s problem with contraception?

Many people, I’m sure, probably ask themselves, “Why can’t the Church just get with the times?”  This question might be posed in relation to a number of issues. The Catholic Church does indeed present a vision of human sexuality.  It … Continue reading

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