Still Fighting the Good Fight: Just Trying to Go To Church

Patricia wanted to go to church. The moment she read the bulletin post from the priest at St. Gregory‚Äôs church in Picton her response was disbelief and then anger then action. That was the way people like her faced this sort of opposition, through action and protest. A self-described old-school butch, she was born and … More Still Fighting the Good Fight: Just Trying to Go To Church

No Longer a Boy: World War 2 Reflections From a Choir Boy

“Okay Lord I’ll do it, but remember, this was your idea not mine.”- Rev. Stan Whitehouse Stan Whitehouse was only sixteen years old when he enlisted in the Reserve Army in 1942, and by 1943 he was finally a member of the Active Army. He was a Boy Enlistment in the Royal Canadian Engineers during … More No Longer a Boy: World War 2 Reflections From a Choir Boy

“This is My Daughter”: Jeanette Arsenault and Kait.

“I call her my warrior woman.” Jeanette Arsenault Best known for her music and social activism over the years, the thing that Jeanette is most proud of is being a mother. Of all the things she has done, which include singing at 2 Olympic Games, recording 7 solo albums and 1 collaboration with her trio … More “This is My Daughter”: Jeanette Arsenault and Kait.

Cancer is their Kryptonite: Ryan and Anne Snyder

“You’re either heading toward hope or you’re heading toward death” ~ Ryan Snyder Ryan and Anne both were raised in a Dutch Christian family. Faith was central to their upbringing. An unspoken expectation was felt by both that there was a plan for their lives; college, marriage, house, kids. They were well on their way … More Cancer is their Kryptonite: Ryan and Anne Snyder