Category Archives: My Freelance Articles

Developing a global conscience with the ‘Share Lent’ campaign

By Glen Argan (From catholicregister.org of Feb.14, 2018) The disciplines of Lent – prayer, fasting and almsgiving – are an exercise in conscience formation. Lent is much more than conscience formation, but it is that. Likely, however, most adult Catholics believe our consciences are already well formed. We know the difference between right and wrong, and most often we do

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Healthy society cannot exist under state-imposed ideology

Here is my latest column in The Catholic Register. By Glen Argan Canadian Catholics should perhaps be upset with governments that trample on our basic rights. Whether our silence reveals resilience or indifference may be determined by the test of time. Last month, the federal Liberal government announced it will only give grants for hiring summer students to organizations which

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Sexual dignity begins with respect for all

(Originally published in The Catholic Register issue of December 24, 2017, http://www.catholicregister.org) By Glen Argan Time Magazine’s choice of “the silence breakers” as its 2017 Person of the Year acknowledges the importance of a movement that is changing our culture for the better. Since female actors in October began revealing the sexual harassment they suffered from veteran Hollywood director Harvey

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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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