Justice vs. Charity

Many people agree that we do not live in a just world. Why? Because everyone’s not treated fairly, things just don’t work out for everyone, the wrong people win court battles, and millions of people are starving. So, do we live in a just world? Well what is justice? It means being able to get […]

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Reflecting on Earth Day in 2008

The world is facing a major climate crisis. As human beings, each one of us is a cause of global warming. Now let’s think. Earth Day is not just about the trees and air. It’s about the overall health of our planet. We’re facing a population crisis, religious wars, and food shortages. We’re not just […]

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International Human Rights Week

Reflection for International Human Rights Week at d’Youville Secondary School While it may be a regular school day in Brampton, there is an important issue being promoted this week. That’s because December 10th was International Human Rights Day. In the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the United Nations declared respect for human rights and human […]

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Even the Pope warns about Climate Change

A random rant, reflection, article by Daniel Francavilla The Pope is expected to use his first address to the United Nations to deliver a powerful warning over climate change in a move to adopt protection of the environment as a “moral” cause for the Catholic Church and its billion-strong following. This is from an article […]

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