The recent case of a nun being excommunicated for approving an abortion that saved the life of a mother of four only serves to (sadly) underscore the distance from the common-sense virtues of mercy and charity the hierarchy of the Catholic Church has traveled.
Archives for August 2010
Is the Holy Grail in Nova Scotia? Possibly. Was there a pre-Columbian Templar/Masonic presence in Nova Scotia? Probably. Was something extremely valuable hidden in Nova Scotia? Almost certainly.
Thriving On the Other Side feels a dark energy enveloping her and draining her energy. She knows she must confront that darkness as part of her healing.
Indian conservationists are losing the fight to save the royal Bengal tiger, according to researchers. Figures released in the past two years by conservation program Project Tiger indicate India’s tiger population has plunged to 1,411, less than half the 3,700 tiger population estimated in 2002, which included 1,500 living in protected sanctuaries. The decimation was […]
A novice surfer learns to love the waves in Southern Australia.
Our traveller arrives in Regina, which kindles the memory of her last dodgy time in the city when she slept in her car and almost got arrested.
It was the empty pair of shoes lying by the side of the dirt track which really bothered me. After all, this was Bandhavgarh National Park, which we were told has the highest density of tigers in India, and those lonely leather shoes were only a few hundred metres inside the main gate.
An investigator looking for lost love and dreams buys flowers for a woman he is involved with, but the relationship has already begun to wilt.
The art of mending is becoming lost, as Susie Ivory discovers when she first shows a needle and thread to a bunch of preschoolers. But when the art of mending is lost, what other life essentials are lost with it?
Do dogs laugh? Do they even have a sense of humor? Most dog owners would say they do. And even science is beginning to uncover evidence that our dogs know what “funny” is, at least to them. Apparently our dogs do laugh!