Faith that Isn’t Lived — and Isn’t Lived Publicly — Isn’t Faith at All

Hamilton Spectator

"Far from dividing Canadians, faith communities help create a generous culture inspired by what their sacred texts proclaim about ministering to the world," write Ray Pennings, executive vice-president of Cardus, and Rev. Dr. Andrew Bennett, faith communities program director at Cardus. "A deeply pluralist society makes room for those communities, as well as those of no faith, to live out their beliefs fully and publicly."