Monthly Archives: March 2012

God’s missing from Joseph and his Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat

The St. Andrew’s Cathedral parish is planning to make a trip to the Chemainus Theatre to see Joseph and His Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat and my wife is keen, so I guess we will go along. I’ve seen the show put … Continue reading

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Remembering John Coppard

Please remember John Coppard and his grieving family in your prayers. John was an ardent pro-lifer, who had been fighting brain cancer. recently suffered a relapsed and, this week, died. John was instrumental in maintaining the pro-life billboard on the … Continue reading

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Victoria Diocese seeks to combine those two solitudes: Justice and Life

revised By Steve Weatherbe The Catholic diocese of Victoria recently created the position of Justice and Life director, and filled it with Stuart Andrie. The linking of the two fields of activism and concern may strike many as unusual and … Continue reading

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Phil Jacobs trial delays may kill it II

Not to belabour the issue, but I’ve finally done the math and it indicates that 26 months will have passed between charges being laid against former Victoria Catholic priest Phil Jacobs. Below are a few stories being thrown out in … Continue reading

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Santorum and Vander Zalm

By Steve Weatherbe Do the recent adventures of Rick Santorum remind anyone else of one of our former premiers, Bill Vander Zalm? They do me. Vander Zalm was premier from 1986 to 1991, when I was in the Legislative press … Continue reading

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