Father Thomas Rosica, Catholic priest and smooth media operator, is an expert at spreading the Word
Gretta Vosper’s new book, reviewed
Prophecies of impending doom — based on hard science as well as Scripture — abound. Where does our appetite for retribution come from?
New Yorker writer Adam Gopnik is an aesthete of the ordinary, and this year’s Massey lecturer
Can the faith of Quebec’s Cardinal Marc Ouellet restore the Catholic Church to innocence?
Jazz inspired Michael Snow, the most influential Canadian artist of all time, to explore the unexplored
The Toronto International Film Festival’s vaulting ambition to create a world-class centre for film
Is the Canadian military prepared for the mental health consequences of our deadliest conflict since the Korean War?
Canada’s Mark Lewis launches an ambitious (and expensive) project for the Venice Biennale
A review of Rudyard Griffith’s Who We Are: A Citizens Manifesto
Rebecca Rosenblum’s debut collection of stories in a Toronto setting
America’s genocidal history, as discussed in Ronald Wright’s new book
Chris Scott tackles the trackless wilderness
James Orbinski’s life as a humanitarian doctor
The quiet force of photographer Larry Towell
Religion remains a powerful force, according to Charles Taylor
Three atheists argue for reason in the face of faith
Can Thomas Homer-Dixon’s “prospective mind” help us thrive after global crises?
Anselm Kiefer’s Heaven and Earth
How one Vancouver artist is breaking down cultural and consumer stereotypes
After decades in a fiery cultural forge, Polish art emerged sharp and beautiful.
But have the country’s ghosts returned to dull the edge?
Angry, eloquent, fragile, native artist Rebecca Belmore takes her new work to the Venice Biennale