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Vol. 94, No. 35, February 22, 2017

A man reacts as he watches his mother and sisters approach during a massive reunion called “Abrazos, No Muros” (Hugs, Not Walls) Jan. 28. Canadian refugee advocates expect to see a slight increase in border crossings from the U.S. as it toughens its immigration enforcement. (CNS photo/David Maung)

A man reacts as he watches his mother and sisters approach during a massive reunion called “Abrazos, No Muros” (Hugs, Not Walls) Jan. 28. Canadian refugee advocates expect to see a slight increase in border crossings from the U.S. as it toughens its immigration enforcement. (CNS photo/David Maung)





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This Week


Looking north

Canada can expect to see more asylum seekers crossing its 9,000 km, mostly unguarded, border with the United States as enforcement toughens at the U.S.-Mexican border and President Donald Trump continues to issue executive orders to restrain refugee arrivals, Catholic refugee advocates have said.


Farewell to Cohen

For the second time in Saskatoon, a Jewish rabbi and a Catholic bishop got together for a public conversation about themes of faith, doubt and religious imagery in the work of Leonard Cohen.


Crackdown on immigrants in U.S.

News of unusual detentions, some involving battered women and students who had been protected under previous policies, has set off panic as Trump announces 'crackdown'


Faith

In Exile

By Ron Rolheiser, OMI

Welcoming the stranger

Liturgy and Life

By Bob Williston

First Sunday of Lent, March 5, 2017

Breaking Open the Ordinary

By Sandy Prather

On hope

Commentary

Arts and Culture