Extortion, embezzlement, drunk driving, theft, mafia ties, and even murder make up this collection of true stories of priests gone bad. A parish priest is revealed as the culprit twenty years after a nun is murdered as part of a satanic ritual inside their chapel. Another priest ... Read more
How did a Catholic bishop stop the riot of 1861? Which British monarch physically assaulted a priest in St. John’s? What ancient relics are kept at the Basilica? Did a British princess help build Newfoundland’s greatest Catholic church?
By mining Newfoundland’s history ... Read more
Shortlisted, Wilfrid Eggleston Award for Nonfiction
Losing religion one false beard at a time.
On a whim, armchair-atheist Richard Kelly Kemick joins the 100-plus cast of The Canadian Badlands Passion Play, North America's largest production of its kind and one of the main tourist ... Read more
By Connie Braun
The Steppes Are the Colour of Sepia: A Mennonite Memoir invites the reader to embark on a journey that traces the paths of ancestral memory over the steppes of the Russian empire to the valleys of Canada’s Fraser River. Connie Braun’s narrative continues where Sandra Birdsell’s ... Read more
In language that is direct as the noon-day sun Toronto's Poet Laureate, Pier Giorgio Di Cicco returns to the wilderness terrain of his Trillium nominated The Dark Time of Angels to ask difficult questions of an acutely examined life. The Visible World is a metaphysical journey ... Read more