thomas merton

Review by The Revd. Lucy Price Thomas Merton was a Trappist Monk known as Fr. Louis who lived between 1915 and 1968; Merton was an incredible writer and many revere him as a great spiritual master.[1]  “And now my whole being breathes the wind which blows through the belfry, and my hand is on the […]

Blog and Icons by Andre Prevost, Iconographer. Some have known their ‘path’ from an early age, and followed through on their plan. For others with limited resources, unable to pursue original goals, it left them to work through uncharted waters in trust. I was in that second category. I may not have known where I […]

Author:  Rev. Dr. Victoria Marie is priest/pastor of the Our Lady of Guadalupe Tonantzin Community Society and co-founder of the Vancouver Catholic Worker (Samaritan House). Two streams of thought intertwined with my reflections on the non-violent direct action taken by several faith leaders on April 20th, 2018 at the east and west gates of Kinder […]

– By Leah Postman   Things! Burn them, burn them! Make a beautiful fire! More room in your heart for love, for the trees! For the birds who own nothing – the reason they can fly.              Mary Oliver “Storage”       A not so long time ago, I […]


– A reflection from a hockey fan, and priest – Revd. Lucy Price Despite the fact that they endured season after season of public blame for the Canucks’ inability to make the playoffs, an outpouring of love and adoration followed the Sedin twins around their final skate in the spotlight – a final skate which […]