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March 2011

Prayer, whatever it is

By Carolyn Pogue

Exploring the methods and meanings of prayer

February 2011

Café connections

By Carolyn Pogue

Yellowknife peace cafe is another light in the dark

February 2011

Women in Black

By Carolyn Pogue

Staying warm with hope

January 2011

Creative and powerful

By Carolyn Pogue

Einstein rated creativity and imagination over knowledge. We need both.

January 2011

Heavenly hosts

By Carolyn Pogue

Cute Cupids have their place, but real angels deliver profound messages of Good News

December 2010

In search of the Black Madonna

By Carolyn Pogue

This Advent, stories of Great Mothers give me strength

December 2010

Rag dolls in the Legislature

By Carolyn Pogue

A playful campaign asks Alberta MLAs to take a serious look at child poverty

November 2010

A precious opportunity

By Carolyn Pogue

The church is uniquely positioned to inspire action on climate change

November 2010

Road tripping through sacred space

By Carolyn Pogue

Nature’s mysticism is revealed on a drive across the Prairies

October 2010

Holy water

By Carolyn Pogue

As red poison seeps into the Danube, the author prays for rivers everywhere

October 2010

Honey, behold the bee

By Carolyn Pogue

All abuzz over urban apiaries

September 2010

At husking time

By Carolyn Pogue

Learning to prepare for the next season

September 2010

Truth and crayons

By Carolyn Pogue

In praise of September and new beginnings

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Editorials

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Observations

by David Wilson

Outrage is the new normal

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Video

ObserverDocs: A Tale of Two Cancers

by Observer Staff

Catherine Gordon's October 2017 feature for The Observer, 'A tale of two cancers,' recently caught the eye of U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders and his Washington, D.C.-based team, and inspired a short documentary. Gordon talks about the experience of writing the article and participating in the film.

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Profiles

October 2017

Fall from grace

by Justin Dallaire

Don Hume was a United Church minister nearing retirement. Then he tried crack cocaine.

Faith

September 2017

Yearning

by Jane Dawson

Restless longing is at the core of the human condition, urging us onward through life. What happens when it veers off course?

Society

July 2017

From far and wide

by Various Writers

Meet 11 immigrants who are putting down new roots

Faith

October 2017

A tale of two cancers

by Catherine Gordon

One year after the writer discovered she had breast cancer, her sister in California received the same diagnosis. They both recovered, but their experiences were worlds apart.

World

June 2017

Resisting genocide

by Sally Armstrong

In August 2014, ISIS attacked Iraq’s Yazidis, slaughtering thousands and forcing women and girls into sexual slavery. Today, the survivors are fighting for their ancient way of life.

Society

April 2017

Dear Grandkids

by Various Writers

Six acclaimed Canadian authors write letters from the heart

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