Articles and features on soul-care and social-care.

Edmonton Journal  –  Religion Section

Benedictine Call,  August 13, 2005

Snow full of Diamonds,  December 17, 2005

Understanding Easter, April 15, 2006 Mother’s Day,  May 13, 2006

A Father’s Love,  June 17 2006 Walking with Arnold,  October 28, 2006

Scapegoating Mechanism,  November 26, 2006

Fault Lines  Felix Culpa,  March 3, 2007

Sticky Issues,  March 31, 2007

Pentecost as Universal Togetherness,  June 2, 2007

Leaving Church,  July 14, 2007 A Place to Stand,  November 24, 2007

The Mirror is a Gate,  February 23, 2008

A Visible Victim,  March 29, 2008

Mother God,  May 10, 2008

Ashes to Ashes,  August 2, 2008

Give Peace a Chance (Christians and Nationalism),  October 11, 2008

Religulous,  December 6, 2008

In Memory of David,  January 10, 2009

On Loving the Poor,  February 28, 2009

Lent and the disarmed heart,  March 14, 2009

Easter introduces us to a wrath-free God,  April 11, 2009

Consider this daily sacrifice,  May 9, 2009

Pentecost and pacifism,  May 30, 2009

Gospel tunes ears to the victim’s voice,  June 27, 2009

Learning to love the Creator’s weeds,  August 1, 2009

Heeding the 60’s call brings awareness of the eternal void within,  August 29,  2009

How to nurture a culture of peace,  September 26,  2009

Our land of forgetfulness,  November 28, 2009

What we can learn from John the bottle picker,  December 26, 2009

Martin Luther King’s double surrender,  January 23, 2010

Song of Solomon may be the Bible’s ‘sex issue’,  February 13, 2010

Are we addicted to violence?,  March 27, 2010

Giving thanks connects us to the giver, June 5, 2010

Church finance meeting a lesson in humility, July 3, 2010

Nature calls us to touch the Transcendent, August 7, 2010

Was retaliation for 9-11 tragedy good behaviour?, September 11, 2010

Take a page out of St. Benedict’s book,  November 27, 2010

Begin the year with confession,  January 22, 2011

Hidden God revealed in acts of mercy,  March 20, 2011

See you in the morning,  April 25, 2011

Looking for hope, peace, in a post Bin Laden world,  May 14, 2011

Bridging the divide of hate and violence,  August 6, 2012

It’s folly to stake our happiness on today’s economic fantasies,  October 1, 2011

Churches too silent on greed of big corporations,  November 5, 2011

Be alert to intrusions of grace and mercy,  November 19, 2011

Edmonton Journal Features

An uplifting walk through Thailand’s slums,  March 7, 2009

Premier, grads, praise ‘faith in action’,  April 25, 2009

Belgrade to Edmonton – a reclamation journey,  July 4, 2009

Seeing God in Edmonton’s homeless people – Generosity of former Hope Mission chaplain Doug Green remembered,  March 20, 2010

Hope Mission starts artist on long road to healing, May 15, 2010

Published in Prairie Messenger

Christian life is a lie if we ignore the broken soul at our doorstep,  January 6, 2010

Answering the door can be a spiritual practice,  December 15, 2010

Published in Geez Magazine

About a River,  Summer Issue, 2007

The Detox Sermon,  Summer Issue, 2008

Published in InScribe

Words from Silence,  Fall, 2004

Faith, Art, and Irises,  Fall, 2010


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