Voices



How (not) to vote like a Catholic

  By Dr. Brett Salkeld, Archdiocesan Theologian, Archdiocese of Regina If I manage to achieve my goal with this piece, I will have left many of my readers unsettled.  I will be critiquing two prominent…



Retreat! When running away is for the win

ThinkCatholic By Ryan LeBlanc, E.D. Feehan High School Chaplain The Grade 9 members of the Feehan Family were recently on retreat. What’s that? They gathered in large, medium and small groups, and as individuals, to take…




Moral distress is an early warning system

By Dr. Mary Heilman, CHAS Bioethicist [Reprint of SaskEthics, an Ethics Newsletter for Catholic Healthcare Organizations in Saskatchewan, September/October 2019] Over the past year or so, I have had an amazing opportunity to speak to…


Why the Church won’t tell Catholics who to vote for

By Dr. Brett Salkeld, Archdiocesan Theologian, Archdiocese of Regina As we approach the upcoming federal election, Catholics are forced to answer the question, “How does my faith inform my politics?” As citizens, we have the…


Catholic Social Teaching: Political, but not Partisan

By Myron Rogal Coordinator of Justice and Peace, Roman Catholic Diocese of Saskatoon We all know that factors such as the availability of health care, access to land and food, safe and affordable housing, quality…