How Justin Trudeau is causing Canada to examine its own conscience

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau addresses the congregation during the ceremonial Mass on May 17, 2017, at Notre-Dame Basilica in Montreal for the city's 375th birthday celebrations. (CNS photo/Dario Ayala, Reuters)Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau addresses the congregation during the ceremonial Mass on May 17, 2017, at Notre-Dame Basilica in Montreal for the city's 375th birthday celebrations. (CNS photo/Dario Ayala, Reuters)
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Our May 16 guest is Dean Dettloff, America's Toronto correspondent and a junior member of the Institute for Christian Studies. We discuss his recent article, “Justin Trudeau’s ‘celebrity secularism’ and an examination of Canadian conscience.”

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