Friday, February 24, 2012

A "Bish" dish

'Dish with the Bish' delights UBC college

Archbishop J. Michael Miller, CSB, catches up with
a young family at St. Mark's College Feb. 12. He dished up insight
and advice to young Catholics as part of the third annual
"Dish with the Bish" event.
Photo credit: Nathan Rumohr / The B.C. Catholic

Recently I had an opportunity to "Dish with the Bish." However I wasn't quite aware of the amount of intellectual food Archbishop J. Michael Miller, CSB, was serving. Turned out to be a lot, but like a good meal I left full, and satisfied:

It was called "Dish with the Bish." The college dished out the food and the "Bish" dished out the insight.

For the third straight year Corpus Christi and St. Mark's College students and faculty were treated to a "dish" with their archbishop at their UBC campus. It was sponsored by St. Mark's Campus Ministry Feb. 12. Discussion focused on the Catholic Church, education, and culture.

"Canada has become a secular nation; 50 years ago it was Judeo-Christian," said Archbishop J. Michael Miller, CSB, during the Q & A that followed lunch. "B.C. has always had a more secular underpinning."

Read the full story at The B.C. Catholic website.
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