Could we be seeing signs of "cracks in the secular"? Writes Convivium publisher Peter Stockland, "Something like a sane balance between faith and public life has been struck. In dealing with the included question of whether corporations and institutions have Charter protections for religious freedom, Canada's Supreme Court justices came this close to declaring religious belief an inherent characteristic analogous to sex, language, race, sexual orientation and so on. They accept the argument that religious faith is not a choice but a cornerstone of personal identity." Read more on each one of these important issues in the April/May 2015 issue of Convivium, available now.