Featured Artist: Larin Harp

Featured Artist: Larin Harp

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Larin Harp is fully engaged in life as an artist, businessman, dancer, teacher and friend. Come and meet someone you’ll never forget. Continue reading

Christian Unity: How You Can Make a Difference, by Thomas Ryan, CSP

Christian Unity: How You Can Make a Difference, by Thomas Ryan, CSP

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Is there any real prospect of healing the wounds and divisions within the Body of Christ? Tom Ryan’s new book sheds much-needed light on this issue, and helps us see that it can indeed become a reality…and in fact, is happening already. Continue reading

The Long Road to Belonging

The Long Road to Belonging

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Heartbreaking early years, residential school, alcoholism and a prison term give way to peace and a firm hope for the future, in this first-person story of a First Nations life. Continue reading

Expand My Heart

Expand My Heart

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A poem and prayer of longing for a bigger heart, a simpler focus and a wider vision. Continue reading

Radical Hospitality and Holy Disruption

Radical Hospitality and Holy Disruption

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What if the moments that break us open and turn our preconceived ideas inside out are precisely the moments that God shines forth most brightly? Our guest columnist writes with refreshing frankness about the challenges of making space in our lives to “plumb the depths of the holy”. Continue reading

A Kolbe Times Conversation with Mary Jo Leddy, founder of Romero House for Refugees

A Kolbe Times Conversation with Mary Jo Leddy, founder of Romero House for Refugees

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As Romero House celebrates 25 years of bringing hope and help to refugees from around the world, we chat with its founder, well-known author and passionate activist Mary Jo Leddy, about the lessons she has learned over the past quarter century. Continue reading

Imagine Art: Every Life a Masterpiece

Imagine Art: Every Life a Masterpiece

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Imagine Art is an art studio with a heart for the disenfranchised, providing a space where artists with mental and physical disabilities can learn, create and flourish. Continue reading