Friday, April 15, 2016

Art Together happens at L'Arche

Paintings created through teamwork
L'Arche house mates Brett Klippenstein (left) and Garth Prothero stand with their painting called "Towers." They painted it for L'Arche's annual art-fundraising show. This year it will be held April 22 in Burnaby. Fairy Lagrada / Special to The B.C. Catholic.
There is a big smile on Garth Prothero's face as he dabs his paintbrush into the blue on his pallet and makes broad strokes on the canvas. For full story see The B.C. Catholic website.

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Archdiocese considers questions on assisted suicide
Archbishop Richard Smith makes a point while panelists Lisa Daniels and Dr. Anna Voeuk listen during the April 5 Every Life Matters session at Edmonton's Corpus Christi Church. Thandiwe Konguavi Western Catholic Reporter.
The spectre of assisted suicide is leading aging people to "fear an institution that should be the last thing they should ever fear - a hospital," says Archbishop Richard Smith. For full story see The B.C. Catholic website.

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