Richard Grover

Richard Grover is a retired history and religion teacher from St. Paul's High School in Winnipeg.


13 posts

    "Perhaps because our era shares some of the same types of anxiety that Kierkegaard’s era suffered, we might also benefit from listening to the deep divine hope Kierkegaard offered to the fears of people in his era, 200 years ago:"...

    "Perhaps Fr. Leonard’s new analysis will also provide the “comfort and joy” that the world longs for so deeply in the seasons of Advent and Christmas. "...

    "Is buying presents what Jesus meant when he said we should “ love the Lord your God and your neighbour as yourself”?"...

    ?Recently some citizens in both Canada and the USA have protested about the values attached to the public statues of certain historical heroes. Do such statues represent a form of idolatry?"...

    Of course indigenous people know their ancestors have been in Canada for over 10,000 years, and the French speaking Canadians have been here for more than 400 years. Yet the huge majority of us celebrated Canada's 150th birthday on July 1....

    Canada 150 & Me is igNation's celebration of Canada's birthday. Read what our contributors have to say about being Canadian and what it means to them. Today, one Canadian talks of his awareness of First Nations people....

    With a background in history, political studies and social justice, Richard Grover goes to the movies....

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