Catalyst Archive

The Catalyst, Spring 2019

Summer 2019 – Vol. 42, No. 1 Download (PDF) Christians are Called to Advocate for “The Most Vulnerable” By Serisha Iyar The Church has long been a defender of those who we consider to be the most vulnerable members of society. We take from scripture that these are the oppressed and persecuted, the poor and...

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the Catalyst, Winter 2018

ChewOnThis! Bigger and more important than ever By Darlene O’Leary Irregular vs Illegal – Why Language Matters By Serisha Iyar Health, Dignity and Dollars – Poverty Costs Canada By Alex Paterson Hopeful Citizenship in a Time of Crisis By Karri Munn-Venn A Decade of Justice By Deborah Mebude The Vulnerable Voices By Sylvia Keesmaat

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the Catalyst, Summer 2018

the Catalyst, Summer 2018

Invest in a Just Transition, Not Pipelines By Karri Munn-Venn Setting a Course to End Poverty By Natalie Appleyard Let’s Stop Asking Refugees to Pay for Travel By Danielle Steenwyk-Rowaan​ The Language of Love in Activism By Amy Brierley A Carbon Price that Reduces Poverty By Sarah DelVillano ​​Groundings: Three Simple Promises for Working Together By David Burrows

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the Catalyst, Spring 2018

the Catalyst, Spring 2018

Our Journeys to Justice by Joe Gunn Canada Must End Fossil Fuel Subsidies by Karri Munn-Venn ​Mobilizing Young Adults for Social Action by Monique Verhoef ​Living in the Gap by Natalie Appleyard ​Disenchantment for Refugees in Canada by Justine Nkurunziza Groundings: ​The Living Relationship Between the People and the Land by Mark MacDonald

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the Catalyst, Winter 2017

the Catalyst, Winter 2017

Canada’s Not So Safe Agreement By Deborah Mebude CPJ at the UN Climate Conference By Karri Munn-Venn Tax Reform Can Serve the Common Good By Sarah DelVillano Give it up for the Earth: Lent in a Catholic High School By Leah Daly Faith Groups Join Chew On This! By Brad Wassink  The Poverty of Loneliness...

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the Catalyst, Summer 2017

On Canada’s 150th, What’s Next for Alberta’s Oil Sands? By Kerry Oxford Reconciliation Needs Problem Solvers By Bolu Coker Meeting the Needs of the Dear Neighbour By Leah Watkiss A Half Welcome for Refugees By Rose Dekker Energy Poverty Requires Creative Solutions By Darlene O’Leary How Taxes Can Reduce Inequality By Dennis Howlett Groundings: Moving Beyond...

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the Catalyst, Winter 2016

the Catalyst, Winter 2016

Breaking the Barriers By Darlene O’Leary Faith and the Way We Vote By Brad Wassink Climate Action Through the Arts By Monica Lambton Poverty Isn’t a Problem to Be Fixed By Derek Cook Let’s Do More to Help All Refugees By Bolu Coker Meaningful Measures of Progress By Kathy Vandergrift Fishing for Solutions to the Climate...

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the Catalyst, Summer 2016

the Catalyst, Summer 2016

My Town Is Flooding By Rev. Adam Snook ​Consulting on Climate: Let’s Make Our Voices Heard By Karri Munn-Venn We Are All Connected to Climate Change An infographic by Miriam Mahaffy ​A Discussion on Basic Income By Jamie Swift and Mary Boyd Ski With the Cree By Katherine Walsh Education is Critical to Reconciliation By Amie Nault Groundings: Be Encouraged to Address Poverty By Meghan Mast

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the Catalyst, Spring 2016

the Catalyst, Spring 2016

Refugee Health Care Restored by Rachel DeBruyn COP21: Three Next Steps for Churches by Miriam Mahaffy Stories from “Prayers for COP21 in Paris Faith Perspectives Matter in Seeking Justice by Darlene O’Leary The Earth is Our Mother by Michelle Nieviadomy ​A Chance to End Child Poverty for Good by Anita Khanna Groundings: Faith Rooted in...

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the Catalyst, Winter 2015

the Catalyst, Winter 2015

What Election 2015 Means for Public Justice by Joe Gunn Shouting It From the Rooftops by Michèle Biss Inter-faith Statement Links Poverty and Climate Justice by Randolph Haluza-DeLay, PhD A Better Future for Our Children by Karri Munn-Venn 5 People Who Are Praying for Paris By Miriam Mahaffy Groundings: An Advent Call to Listen in the Face of Fear by Dena Nicolai

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