• Michael Coren

    The Reverend Michael Coren is the author of 18 books, several of them best-sellers, translated into a dozen languages. He hosted daily radio and TV shows for almost 20 years, and is now a Contributing Columnist for the Toronto Star, and appears regularly in the Globe and Mail, The Walrus, The Oldie, ipaper, TVOntario, The New Statesman, and numerous other publications in Canada and Britain. He has won numerous award and prizes across North America. He is a priest at St. Luke’s, Burlington. His latest book is The Rebel Christ.


The Enduring Legacy

This year is the 60th anniversary of the death of C. S. Lewis, author of the Narnia stories, Miracles, Till We have Faces, Surprised by

You Are Never Alone

I wasn’t raised in the church, and knew little about Christ or Christianity outside of what were then school assemblies with traditional hymns, and films

Identifiable Faith in Public Life

Amira Elghawaby, the Canadian government’s new Special Representative on Combatting Islamophobia, hasn’t been welcomed by everybody. That’s a great shame, because she’s a moderate, intelligent,

If You Had What I Had

There’s a marvelous story explaining the definition of chutzpah, the wonderful Yiddish word that loosely means impudence of gall. A woman gets on a crowded

We Have Some Explaining To Do

I spent three weeks in the UK at the end of last year, and during my stay something of a statistical explosion occurred—if such a

Returning Home

I haven’t been back to Britain for more than three years. The pandemic and a minor surgical procedure were the impassable and impossible barriers, and

Russia, Ukraine, and the Church

The obscene war in Ukraine provided the opportunity for some people to write a lot of nonsense about the religiosity of modern Russia, and about

Man and Child Walking Near Bushes during Daytime

The Gospel of a Life Lived in Love

There was good news from Ottawa in February. Long pause. No, it had nothing to do with protests or convoys, hysteria and shouting. A new

A Matter of Faith

Let us say grace, as it were. The 60s are beguiling. I don’t mean the 1960s. I was born in 1959 and couldn’t say “permissive

I Gave In

In late October 2021, in our very own Christ’s Church Cathedral in Hamilton, I was ordained a priest. I’d been made a deacon two years

When Conservatisms Collide

While nobody ever thought they’d be a serious contender for government, the People’s Party of Canada made a definite impression in the recent election. They

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