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How to tell the truth about your emotions and not hurt the other person: six steps

How to tell the truth about your emotions and not hurt the other person: six steps

June 26, 2018 at 8:01 pm

Chaplain’s Corner Padre Marcin Rosinski “I will not say how I feel because I might upset him.” “I will not tell her the truth, because I am afraid I will hurt her.” How can we talk honestly with loved ones about things that are difficult? We are not able to avoid conflict in our lives. But a confrontation over someone’s otherness, weakness, limitations, disadvantages or sins can cost us dearly. Several times a day someoneRead More

Reflections on Fathers Day

Reflections on Fathers Day

June 12, 2018 at 8:38 pm

Chaplain’s Corner Padre Zibby Jonczyk The third Sunday of June is a special day. A day dedicated to our fathers, a day when we are asked to remember with love and gratitude that special man in our lives. For many, this is a happy day: a celebration of a special bond with someone we love deeply. But for some the date brings difficult memories. How do you feel gratitude or celebrate if your father wasRead More

“Dieu n’est pas mort’’:  un film à voir !

“Dieu n’est pas mort’’: un film à voir !

May 29, 2018 at 8:00 am

Chaplain’s Corner Padre Jacques Tremblay Connaissez-vous le film ‘’Dieu n’est pas mort’’ (en anglais : God’s Not Dead)? Il s’agit d’un film chrétien américain, réalisé par Harold Cronk en 2014. Que vous soyez croyants ou pas, je vous recommande grandement le visionnement de ce film. Histoire Le personnage principal du film se nomme Josh. Il s’agit d’un jeune chrétien qui étudie à l’université. Durant le cours de philosophie, le professeur Radisson demande aux élèves deRead More

Turn your “I must” into these five words

Turn your “I must” into these five words

May 15, 2018 at 3:36 pm

Chaplain’s Corner Padre Marcin Rosinski When I was a little boy, I kept in touch with friends I met during my holidays by writing letters. Usually we exchanged messages quite regularly, which made me look forward to looking for a postman – because maybe today I will get a reply to a letter sent a few or dozen days earlier? With the Internet era, the expectation that accompanied many everyday situations began to shorten. ItRead More

A network of Sentinels will soon be at CFB Cold Lake

A network of Sentinels will soon be at CFB Cold Lake

May 1, 2018 at 3:49 pm

Padre Jacques Tremblay & Padre Christopher Willis There are many resources within the military world to help those who may be affected by various issues: addiction, family crises, PTSD, financial problems, psychological distress, suicidal tendencies, etc. And the people we work with on a daily basis are often in the best position to detect signs of distress. That’s why the Sentinel program is designed to equip soldiers with tools to effectively identify signs of distress,Read More

The 13 C’s of Spiritual Resilience: Cooperation

The 13 C’s of Spiritual Resilience: Cooperation

April 24, 2018 at 3:31 pm

Chaplain’s Corner Padre David Stewart We learn about cooperation from an early age. It is taught in kindergarten as the basis of helping young children function in a community environment that may be very new to them. Cooperation is all about learning to adapt to others and live more flexibly in relationship with people different from yourself. Children in larger families will learn and practice cooperation for many daily tasks and challenges. How we feelRead More