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From Bernard Kane re "Let's not have any illusions" (Feb., p. 9).

I find Ian Hunter's articles both informative and challenging, but I do not share his pessimism with respect to Bill 38. Therefore I invite him to consider what Jacques Maritain tells us in The Twilight of Civilization. "The darkest part of night is just before dawn". I believe that dawn will come, radiant with hope.

Father John Neuhaus, eminent editor of First Things, was equally optimistic when he told us in Toronto at a Pro-Life Conference that the forces of evil cannot win the battle of abortion. In the end God will prevail. I am convinced that this will also apply to same-sex "marriage".

Guelph, ON
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Title Annotation:LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Author:Kane, Bernard
Publication:Catholic Insight
Article Type:Letter to the Editor
Date:May 1, 2005
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