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Bishop McCaig visits the Holy Name Chapel

Bishop McCaig visits the Holy Name Chapel

April 17, 2018 at 11:43 am

Chaplain’s Corner Padre Zibby Jonczyk The head of the Catholic Church, Pope Francis, has asked priests and bishops on many occasions to be good and faithful shepherds, constantly present with their flock. On April 5 the 4 Wing Catholic Parish community welcomed amongst its midst the Shepherd of the Roman Catholic Military Diocese Most Reverend Scott McCaig, CC. Bishop McCaig stayed on our base for five days. His stop over was one of several visitsRead More

Should you let the sun go down on your anger?

Should you let the sun go down on your anger?

April 10, 2018 at 3:14 pm

Chaplain’s Corner Padre Marcin Rosinski “Let not the sun go down on your anger.” What does that mean? How often do your quarrels end with quiet days? How many times have you promised yourself that you would reconcile before going to bed? I have a suggestion for you. Are quarrels needed? Quarrels in every relationship are needed. It is thanks to them that we unload the growing tension, clean the atmosphere and try to confrontRead More

The Thirteen Cs of Spiritual Resilience: Conscience

The Thirteen Cs of Spiritual Resilience: Conscience

April 3, 2018 at 1:59 pm

Chaplain’s Corner Padre Christopher Willis There is an Indigenous tale that expresses the universal human reality of the conscience. The conscience is that rational understanding and distinguishing between right and wrong that we all have. It’s the small voice within that speaks guilt to us when we are wrong, and speaks encouragement to do the right thing when faced with a choice. In this tale an Old Man comes upon a lodge belonging to anotherRead More

Pope Francis’ three tips on sacrament of reconciliation

March 6, 2018 at 9:15 pm

Chaplain’s Corner Padre Marcin Rosinski For many Christians this time marks the season of Lent: a time of preparation for Easter, but also a time of reflection, penance, fasting, forgiveness and reconciliation. This is also a time when many Catholics go to confession. Are you ready? Read Pope Francis’s three tips on this sacrament. 1. Remember that the confessional is not a torture chamber “Humility and gentleness are like the frames of Christian life, theRead More

The 13 Cs of Spiritual Resilience: Connectedness

The 13 Cs of Spiritual Resilience: Connectedness

February 27, 2018 at 7:00 am

Chaplain’s Corner Padre David Stewart A healthy spirituality reinforces your connection with the world and with other people. Let me start with a couple of questions: do you feel alone and adrift in the world? Or do you feel as though you belong to something greater than yourself? How you answer will inform you if you have a sense of connection, one of the 13 Cs of spiritual resilience that Padre Willis and I haveRead More

Ministère de délivrance et combat exorciste

Ministère de délivrance et combat exorciste

February 13, 2018 at 4:02 pm

Chaplain’s Corner Padre Jacques Tremblay Il arrive parfois que des personnes veulent être libérées d’un mal spirituel qui les assaille. En ce domaine, il faut éviter deux excès: voir le diable partout, et ne le voir nulle part. De la prudence et du discernement sont donc requis dans ce genre de situation. Et les aumôniers militaires peuvent être une ressource unique pour accompagner ces personnes en difficulté. Pas un mythe, mais une réalité Ce typeRead More