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When Copernicus showed that, despite appearances, the world was not flat nor the centre of the universe, we began to gain a much more accurate picture of the cosmos.
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The Christian vocation is quite simply the vocation to love.
The Trinity itself is a communion of infinite love. Because of that love, God created humanity and then sent the Son to reveal to us the fullness of that love.
The Catholic Church's contribution to public debate in Canada is increasingly portrayed as a morally conservative agenda opposed to same-sex marriage and opposed to abortion. To be sure, those are major issues, ones of which the Church tends to speak not from a religious perspective, but from a view of what is good for the human person.
Religion is increasingly being seen as a negative, divisive force in history. The Crusades, the Inquisition and contemporary troubles in Northern Ireland and the former Yugoslavia are often cited as negative happenings with organized religion at their root.