Ross essays 2012

 As they raised their three children, Davis spent many happy hours reading to them the stories of . Lewis at their Northern Ontario cottage, seeing how their faith came alive through the power of such tales.  “Writing,” she says, “is the great connector. Stories can be the bridge, helping us to connect to one another, which is what we need in a diverse Canadian society.” And Davis is convinced that if we are interested in seeing a secular society that protects religious freedom and is open to the valuable gifts of religion, such stories need to be told, shared, and celebrated.

Ross essays 2012

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