Articles by Ray Pennings
By Ray Pennings
November 15, 2011
But beyond the discomfort, for us to champion the freedom to share religious views, as Brother Calvin did with me, is not only the right thing to do, but also valuable for promoting civility and mutual understanding
November 11, 2011
Ray Pennings reflects on the difficulty of stomaching Remembrance Day and the ugliness of war, commemorating those who have gone before us.
My heart is deeply patriotic and is proud of the historic contributions that Canadian men and women have made militarily ...
October 26, 2011
Lawrence Martin's recent Globe and Mail column talked about the change of the Canadian brand under the Conservative government, labelling it a voter-approved changed "from a country of Ken Dryden values to one closer to those of Don Cherry Don Cherry's appeal comes because he talks about loyalty to ...
October 19, 2011
What I do know is that communicating a sense of entitlement and privilege with religious language is not the sort of faith in public life I am advocating. Anita Perry's outburst last week that her husband, an outspoken evangelical running for the Republican Presidential nomination, was being "brutal...