Wednesday, November 15, 2017

SALT+LIGHT Magazine: A Publication of Toronto


SALT+LIGHT Magazine -- an occasional publication from Toronto
Published seasonally by Salt and Light Catholic Media Foundation, this illustrated Catholic magazine provides news, features, articles and opinions on important Catholic Church and papal events and teaching, Catholic personalities and saints, Salt+Light TV programmes and initiatives, and more.  

It aims to be one of the instruments of the New Evangelization, earlier proposed by late Pope John Paul II. It is "dedicated to being -- and helping others become -- the salt of the earth and the light of the world." Its "mission is to proclaim Jesus Christ and the joy of the Gospel to the world by telling stories of hope that bring people closer to Christ and the Catholic faith."

Email contact: info@saltandlighttv.org/

It's also available online in English from Toronto at: SALT+LIGHT Magazine

It's also available online in French from Montreal at: Sel+Lumiere


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Sunday, November 12, 2017

The Quotation of the Week (November 12 - 18, 2017)



A quotation of Charles William Eliot on 'books,' compiled by Jerome D'Costa
Photo © Jerome D'Costa

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Sunday, November 5, 2017

The Quotation of the Week (November 5 - 11, 2017)



A quotation of Winston Churchill on 'future,' compiled by Jerome D'Costa
Artwork © Jerome D'Costa

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Wednesday, November 1, 2017

DHABOMAN: A Publication of Toronto




Dhaboman -- a bilingual quarterly -- from Toronto
It's a bilingual (Bengali and English language) quarterly literary magazine, published by former Bangladeshi Cadets in Canada. It presents opinions, reminiscences, essays, short and long stories, poems, travel experiences, anecdotes, humor, and more. 

Email contact: info@dhaboman.com

It's also available online at: Dhaboman


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Sunday, October 29, 2017

The Quotation of the Week (October 29 - November 4, 2017)


A quotation of Pope Francis on 'respect and care for nature,' compiled by Jerome D'Costa
Photo © Jerome D'Costa

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Sunday, October 22, 2017

Quotation of the Week (October 22 - 28, 2017)


A quotation of Pope Francis on 'bishops as pastors,' compiled by Jerome D'Costa
Image Design by Adrian D'Costa (Oct. 20, 2017)

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Thursday, October 19, 2017

Canadian Music Icon Gord Downie Is No More


Gord Downie speaks at the Assembly of the First Nations (AFN) Special Chiefs' Assembly at Gatineau, Quebec, on December 6, 2016. He was honoured there for his support of the indigenous peoples of Canada. 
Photo courtesy of  Camera Press via cbc.ca/

Gord Downie, a highly esteemed Canadian musician, lyricist and activist for indigenous peoples, died in Kingston, Ontario, on October 17 suffering from an incurable brain cancer, known as 'glioblastoma.'  He was 53. 

He was the frontman for the rock band Tragically Hip that enjoyed Canada's love and popularity. 

Also known as Gordon Edgar Downie or Gordon Downie, he was born at Amhertview near Kingston, Ontario, on February 6, 1964. 

To know more on him, please read the following:



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