the Catalyst

Equality and Diversity: Which is trump?

Kathy Vandergrift’s review of Uneasy Partners: Multiculturalism and Rights in Canada by Janice Gross-Stein, et al.

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Discovering “unexpected moments of fullness”

Emily Hutten reviews sub-merge: Living deep in a shallow world: Service, justice and contemplation among the world’s poor by John B. Hayes.

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A faithful, meditative, strong voice for peace

Joe Gunn’s review of Rabble-Rouser for Peace: The authorized biography of Desmond Tutu by John Allen.

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Going beyond the material: Re-orienting our societies and economies

Gerda Kits reviews The Economics of Happiness: Building genuine wealth by Mark Anielski.

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A practical manual for peace finding

Jim Joosse reviews Finding Peace by Jean Vanier.

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Igniting a revolution of hope

Henni Helleman’s review of Everything Must Change: Jesus, Global Crises, and a Revolution of Hope by Brian D. McLaren.

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A handbook for ‘do it yourself’ advocacy

Chandra Pasma’s review of The Art of the Possible: A handbook for political activism by Amanda Sussman.

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Beyond stillness to the richness of shalom

Writing about his work with people who are homeless at Sanctuary Ministries of Toronto, Greg Paul reveals that a deep need for peace can be found throughout our society. He calls for us to live out shalom of Jesus: “justice for those who are oppressed; health and wholeness for those who are sick in body,...

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Citizenship as Ministry

Thinking about our role as citizens in terms of ministry makes a big difference in how we approach the challenge of shaping the way our society works. Whether we have legal citizenship or not, we exercise citizenship through the variety of ways in which we engage in the public square.

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Pray always and do not lose heart

Esther Epp-Tiessen challenges us to remember that seeking justice must be rooted in relationships with real people who are hurting and in the knowledge that it is God’s own persistent patient way of redemption.

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