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February 2012

Babes in the House of Commons

By Carolyn Pogue

Where’s Nellie McClung when we need her?

January 2012

Civility begins at the top

By Carolyn Pogue

Earth to Parliament: we’re trying to raise kids who aren’t bullies

January 2012

Spiritual housekeeping

By Carolyn Pogue

Looking forward, looking back, looking inside

December 2011

Occupy Calgary’s gift

By Carolyn Pogue

The tents have come down, but the spirit of kindness remains

December 2011

Gifts from the wise ones

By Carolyn Pogue

Travelling toward sanity, peace and real joy

November 2011

Fasting for climate justice

By Carolyn Pogue

Phipps’s action is a prayer for courage

November 2011

White poppies

By Carolyn Pogue

On Remembrance Day, let’s honour war veterans — and those working for peace

October 2011

A vacation from life

By Carolyn Pogue

Travelling to spiritual landscapes

October 2011

Thanksgiving for body and soul

By Carolyn Pogue

September 2011

Dreaming a new world

By Carolyn Pogue

International Peace Day

September 2011

Leaving us better than we were

By Carolyn Pogue

Layton, Laurence and Fox

August 2011

Makeovers: Our selves, our oil sands 

By Carolyn Pogue

Still the same, really

August 2011

Tragedy in Norway

By Carolyn Pogue

What would Gandhi do?

July 2011

Life and death and life 

By Carolyn Pogue

A visit to Haida Gwaii

July 2011

A riverside celebration and a royal parade 

By Carolyn Pogue

Smaller communities have that special something

June 2011

Apologies and opportunities

By Carolyn Pogue

Remembering residential schools

June 2011

Gaia and Mary

By Carolyn Pogue

Two Sundays, two mothers

May 2011

Celebrating a church

By Carolyn Pogue

A birthday, an anniversary and a social justice concert

May 2011

No laughing matter

By Carolyn Pogue

Clowning around on election day

April 2011

Don’t be afraid

By Carolyn Pogue

Facing our fear is the only way through it

April 2011

Bullying at any age needs to be named

By Carolyn Pogue

Are adults smart enough to listen?

March 2011

Catastrophes and common sense

By Carolyn Pogue

The nuclear crisis in Japan exposes the cost of idolizing the experts

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

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Editorials

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Observations

by David Wilson

Global famine in the Trump era

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Video

ObserverDocs: Stolen Mother

by Observer Staff

The daughter and adoptive mother of one of the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women share their story

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Justice

May 2017

Stolen mothers

by Kristy Woudstra

Almost 90 percent of Canada’s missing and murdered Indigenous women were parents. With the national inquiry hearings set to begin, we talk to five daughters who were left behind.

Society

April 2017

Dear Grandkids

by Various Writers

Six acclaimed Canadian authors write letters from the heart

Society

March 2017

Called to resist

by Paul Wilson

Liberal Christians in the United States test their faith against a demagogue

Justice

May 2017

Stolen mothers

by Kristy Woudstra

Almost 90 percent of Canada’s missing and murdered Indigenous women were parents. With the national inquiry hearings set to begin, we talk to five daughters who were left behind.

Society

April 2017

Dear Grandkids

by Various Writers

Six acclaimed Canadian authors write letters from the heart

Society

March 2017

Called to resist

by Paul Wilson

Liberal Christians in the United States test their faith against a demagogue

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