Category Archives: Catholic Education

ACSTA president responds to my concerns regarding candidate eligibility

Last week, I received a letter from Adriana LaGrange, president of the Alberta Catholic School Trustees’ Association in response to the letter which I sent to the association Nov. 13, 2017 and posted on this website Jan. 21, 2018. Although the letter is long and contains detailed quotes from government legislation, I post it here, with Adriana’s permission, so that

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My letter defending the integrity of Catholic school boards

Following my campaign for a seat on Edmonton’s Catholic school board, I raised my concern publicly about non-Catholics being able to run for election to serve on Catholic school boards in Alberta. The Alberta Catholic School Trustees’ Association asked me to write a letter expressing those concerns. That, I dutifully did, sending copies, not only to the ACSTA president and

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Robert Barron calls for evangelization that lights a fire

Living a Christian life, too often seen as adherence to a list of “do’s” and “don’ts,” is better understood as creative participation in the artistry of the Holy Spirit. Each of us is given a mission in God’s eternal plan, a mission we are called to carry out with love, creativity and joy. Over the years, I have grown convinced

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Lighting Barron’s fire calls for artistry of the Holy Spirit

From The Catholic Register, December 9, 2017 By Glen Argan Living a Christian life, too often seen as adherence to a list of “do’s” and “don’ts,” is better understood as creative participation in the artistry of the Holy Spirit. Each of us is given a mission in God’s eternal plan, a mission we are called to carry out with love,

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The Mustard Seed: Graduation ends a journey of pure joy

By Glen Argan (from The Catholic Register, Oct. 29, 2017) Graduating from high school or university can be a poignant moment in life’s journey. It typically marks a transition from one lifestyle to another. For many, graduation primarily represents the reception of a credential, those years of study being the means to the desired end of receiving a piece of

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Comment: Defining ‘Catholic’ is a must in elections

By Glen Argan (from The Catholic Register, Nov. 12, 2017) Serving on a Catholic school board was never in my plans. I was a Catholic journalist, not a school trustee. So, I never considered running for a school board until about 16 months ago. At that time, the Catholic board in Edmonton was in total disarray with a high degree

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