One hundred years after the war, it’s Canada’s time to lead
By The Rev. Stephen Kendall and the Rev. Dr. James Christie Nov. 2, 2018
The UN Arms Trade Treaty will hold us accountable to human rights standards that can prevent the growth of conflict and safeguard the protection of oppressed or innocent communities.
Remembering the terrible cost of war must galvanize us to build peace together in love through concrete, practical ways, write the Rev. Stephen Kendall and the Rev. Dr. James Christie. The Hill Times file photo
One of the most eloquent summations of the First World War came from Pope Benedict XV, who witnessed the conflict and called it “the suicide of civilized Europe.”
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