Category Archives: Politics

A Comment on Recent Revelations on the Catholic Church and Residential Schools

There is no doubt that the recent revelations on the finding in unmarked graves on grounds of residential schools first in Kamloop, British Columbia, and gradually more and more discoveries around Canada, have sparked anger, disappointment, doubt, confusion and reopening … Continue reading

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Charities Must Be Transparent – Column for The Catholic Register

I served two-terms with The Catholic Register as a member of its Youth Speak News Team. I am grateful for the opportunity to contribute from time to time. While the summer has been busy and my blogging has been on … Continue reading

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A Journey to “Freedom” – A Son of a Vietnamese Refugee Reflects on the Essex Tragedy

My Facebook News Feed has been flooded with news about the Essex Tragedy, from stories of suspected victims, stories of the tragedy itself, as well as the Catholic perspective on the story itself, to the point that even this tragedy … Continue reading

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Hospitality: Reflection on Donald Trump Actions

My Facebook News feed has been flooded with news about Donald Trump’s plans. Many of the posts had to do with the proposed Mexico Wall and the hot issues on immigration to the USA and travel ban for Muslims. These three topics have something … Continue reading

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