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Human Worth: How to See the Good in Others

Why is it that so many of us feel worthless? Why is it that so much of the world treats others as worthless? Whatever the reason, let me state something very clear: you…have…worth! 458 more words

Children's Ministry

Tracing the evolution of life through the Peanuts collection, to be complete for the first time this fall

Reading Peanuts has long been a patchwork endeavour. You read it in the newspaper, or in paperback collections, or in anniversary editions, but nowhere has existed a single bound set of the beloved comic strip’s entire collected catalog – even after the death of creator Charles M. 611 more words

Arts

'Peanuts' Will Return to U.S. TV on Boomerang

Charlie Brown, Snoopy and the rest of Charles Schulz’ “Peanuts” gang will return to U.S. TV in a series of animated vignettes set to debut on Time Warner’s Boomerang network on May 9. 196 more words

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Charles Schultz's Peanuts pulpit

The Atlantic has an excellent article on Peanuts‘ creator Charles Schulz, who died in 2000.

‘The Spirituality of Snoopy’ explores Schulz’s Christianity and how it informed his long-running comic strip, which first appeared in print in 1950. 1,337 more words

Christianity

Schulz and Peanuts (Book Review)

Charles Schulz—known as Sparky from childhood—remains one of the most famous and successful cartoonists ever. Did you know that he originally called his characters Li’l Folk… 2,178 more words

Quotable Quotes

Geri-hat-tricks: Ruling the hockey rink at 80

John O’Halloran’s brush with hockey greatness came when he was playing in a minor league in Parc Extension.

“I was cut by Scotty Bowman,” O’Halloran said as he sipped a beer after leading Châteauguay to an 8-4 win over Vachon in the 80-and-older division in the 13th annual Lassonde-Tyler Friendly Tournament at the Gaétan Boucher Arena in South Shore St-Hubert. 562 more words

Sports

Cult Comic Essentials: Klaus (Hardcover)

Visually informed by Short’s love of classic comic strips, especially Charles Schulz’ Peanuts and Tove Jansson’s Moomin, Klaus explores the un-adventures of the eponymous character, a pensive anthropomorphic cat, and a vexatious supporting cast of humanoid rats, inappropriately specie-d romantic interests and Klaus’ libertarian doppelganger Otto. 28 more words

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