"Ban the Niqab, Keep the Cross?" Graeme Hamilton, The National Post, December 7. Also ran in Edmonton Journal, Calgary Herald, Saskatoon Star-Phoenix, Regina Leader-Post, Ottawa Citizen, Windstor Star December 9; Vancouver Sun Dec 14.
"Special Item, Book Notice: Resilient Gods." Wayne Holst, Colleagues List, December 3.
"How religion cuts into politics in B.C." Douglas Todd, Vancouver Sun, December 1.
"A Review of 'Resilient Gods' by Reginald Wayne Bibby." D.A. Chekki, Choice, a publication of the
American Library Association, Middletown, CT, October 2017, Vol. 55 No.2.
"Five ways to reclaim liberal Christianity." Doug Todd, Vancouver Sun, September 12.
"The FT Interview with Reg Bibby." Karen Stiller, Faith Today, July-August.
"Interviewing Reg Bibby." Karen Stiller, Faith Today, June 29.
"Two point conversion: How the CFL is wooing American viewers." Aaron Hutchins, Maclean's, June 30.
"Younger American taking notice of CFL, new survey suggests." Dan Ralph. Globe and Mail, June 26.
Also appeared via CP in a large number of additional newpapers and websites, including Sportsnet.ca, June 26; Toronto Sun, June 26; National Post, June 27; Regina Leader-Post, June 27; Vancouver Province, June 28.
"Survey shows CFL is Canada's Number 2 sport, and growing in the U.S." Chris Zelkovich, Yahoo Sports Canada, June 23.
"Go to church and test your assumptions." Robert White, Guelph Mercury, July 26.
"This week's Talking Point - life after death? - plus letters to the editor." Globe and Mail, April 26.
"Life after death: the last info gap." Reginald Bibby and Andrew Grenville, Globe and Mail, April 21.
"Vancouver Archbishop Michael Miller: On resurrection and the city." Douglas Todd, Vancouver Sun, April 18.
"Romance, puppies, and pregnancy: Super Bowl ads get in touch with their feminine side." Misty Harris, Postmedia News, January 30.
"Pope Francis's reform-minded inclusiveness sparks talk of Catholicism's rejuvenation." Joseph Brean, National Post, January 11.
"Rise in new city churches bucks secular trend." Amber Hildebrandt, CBC News Canada, January 8.
"'Church for people who aren't into church': Protestant mega-congregations packing the pews in Canada." Tristin Hopper,National Post, December 27.
"We'll be home for 'Christmas,' however it's celebrated." Reginald Bibby and Angus Reid,Globe and Mail, December 24.
"Christmas crowds soar but churches pass up opportunities." Amber Hildebrandt, CBC News Canada, Dec 23.
"One in three Canadians plan on attending religious services on Christmas." Misty Harris,National Post, December 23.
"An NFL team in Canada can co-exist with the CFL. Here's how." Reginald Bibby, Globe and Mail, December 1.
"Survey: No NFL in Canada if it kills CFL." Dan Ralph, Canadian Press. December 1. Carried by a large number of papers and publications in cities including Halifax, Montreal (Gazette and La Presse), Toronto (Globe & Mailand Star), Hamilton, Ottawa, Windsor, Winnipeg, Saskatoon, Calgary, Vancouver, and Victoria, as well as TSN, Sportsnet, and the Huffington Post.
"Poll shows NFL not welcome in Canada if hurts CFL - even in Toronto." Chris Zelkovich, Yahoo Sports, December 1. Likewise widely read and distributed.
"Grey Cup game likely to affect one in three Canadians." Misty Harris, Postmedia News, November 22.
"The forces for and against mixed marriage." Douglas Todd, Vancouver Sun, September 21.
"Millennials will 'reinvent everything' - just as soon as they land careers and leave home."
"Christians in Canada?" Parkside Church, Mission, BC, Vimeo.com, July 1. "Why the 'sacred' still matters to voters." Neil Reynolds, Globe and Mail, May 5.
"Move to Islam." Jennifer Pritchett, New Brunswick Telegraph-Journal, April 9.
"New Canadians promise renewal for Christian churches." Brent Wittmeier. Edmonton Journal, April 8.
"Big numbers headed to church for Easter weekend." Misty Harris, Postmedia release. Appeared in a number of Postmedia papers, including Ottawa, Fredericton, Edmonton, Vancouver Prince George,
"A new day for religion in Canada: Edmonton-raised sociologist paints a changing picture of Canadian faith." Brent Wittmeier. Edmonton Journal, April 3.
Alberta Primetime, CTV Two, Panel Discussion, "Religious Decline?" April 3.
With a little bit of luck: A look at the history of good fortune." Doug Todd, Vancouver Sun, March 17.
"'We have a deep faith in God': Filipinos help fill Catholic churches in Winnipeg." John Longhurst, Winnipeg Free Press,March 3.
Bibby is getting the polarization message out. Canadians are not abandoning religion; rather the country is characterized by a solid core of people who value faith, and a solid core who do not - with the balance of the population "in the middle" - not unlike the politically undecided.
Posted by the Lethbridge Herald, September 29, 2011.
2011 "Marriage optional' for more and more couples: StatsCan." Misty Harris, National Post, December 17. Alsoappeared in a number of additional Postmedia newspapers.
"Don't count religion out yet." Liz Monteiro, The K-W Record, December 3.
"Megachurch draws 'em in with free coffee, big screens and a rock band." Shelley Youngblut, Globe and Mail, December 2.
"Who will replace the faith-based donors?" Erin Anderssen,Globe and Mail, December 2.
"Is religion alive and well or struggling to survive in Canada?" Panel discussion. Ottawa Citizen, November 20.
"The Best Medicine: Toward a better world, a Vancouver stand-up teaches NGOs how to be funny." Kaitlyn Fontana, The Walrus. November 12.
"New study shows thriving parishes engage people." Michael Swan, The Catholic Register, October 5."Mass isn't enough for church members, says sociologist." Dave Mabell, front page, Lethbridge Herald, September 30.
"Gotta have faith: Findings show religion still vital to Canadians." Misty Harris, Postmedia News, September 29. Appeared in a number of Postmedia papers including the Victoria Times-Colonist, Nanaimo Daily News, Vancouver Sun, Vancouver Province, Calgary Herald, Regina Leader-Post, Saskatoon Star-Phoenix, Ottawa Citizen, and Montreal Gazette.
"Brother André’s miracles: Québec Catholics connect to their faith." Julie L. Ratteym, Catholic Digest, September 77-83.
"The future is favourable: Rumours of religion’s demise unfounded." Doug Koop, Christian Week, September 1.
"Marriage still valued by youth." Shannon Proudfoot, National Post, June 8.
"The Millennial generation." Joanne Laucius, Ottawa Citizen, June 7. Also appeared in papers including the Vancuver Sun and Saskatoon Star-Phoenix.
"Bibby moves beyond his traditional theories." Robert A. Campbell, The Catholic Register, May 29.
Comedian Sean Devlin in The Walrus
Live Drive with John Tory, CFRB, Toronto, April 26. "A mirror of faith on the Canadian wall." Reginald Bibby, Globe and Mail, April 25. Charles Adler, Sun TV News, April 21. "Life, and death in 140 characters?" Douglas Todd, Vancouver Sun, April 15.
"Study predicting religion's demise is way off the mark." Reginald Bibby, National Post, Holy Post, March 28. The Rob Breckinridge Show, CHQR, Calgary, March 24. "Is the United States more religious than Canada?" Rupinder Mohan Singh, American Turban, March 18. CTV News, Lethbridge, March 7. "Leaving faith behind." Dave Mabell, Lethbridge Herald, A1, March 7. Alberta at Noon, CBC Radio One, Alberta-wide, March 3. Ontario Today, CBC Radio, Ontario-wide, March 3. Global Television News, Lethbridge, March 1. Miracle Channel, Lethbridge, March 1.
"Churches will 'resurface,' says sociologist Bibby." Crosstalk, Anglican Diocese of Ottawa, March."Bibby explores religion in today's society." Mario Toneguzzi, Calgary Herald, February 12, 2011. John Gormley Live, CKOM/CJME, Saskatchewan-wide, February 8. "Canadian religious groups 'don't compete' like U.S. ones: professor." Charles Lewis, National Post, February 7. "Canadians increasingly polarized about religion." Doug Todd, Vancouver Sun,February 5, 2011. Also carried in theEdmonton Journal, February 7, 2011. Ottawa Morning, Katherine Petty, CBC Radio, January 31, 2011.
"Looking for ghosts? Try a 'thin place'." Doug Todd, Vancouver Sun, October 30. "Money can't buy love - but it might make your kids happier." Meghan Casserly, Forbes, October 18. "We're still Catholic, Quebec confesses., National Post, October 16. "Young aboriginals' true colours same as ours." Reginald W. Bibby. Edmonton Journal, October 13. "Boomers ok with kids' return." Shannon Proudfoot. Calgary Herald, October 5. Carried in various Postmedia papers. "'Quitting Christianity." Hans Rollmann. St. John's Telegram, August 21. Shiny, happy teenagers: Teenagers report the highest levels of life satisfaction of any Canadians." Theresa Tayler, Calgary Herald, July 4. Carried in a number of Postmedia News papers, including Edmonton, Ottawa, Regina, and Victoria. "Multicultiphobia sets the rules for a a fair debate." Douglas Todd, Vancouver Sun, June 26. "How should schools handle education about sex?" John Jillions, Ottawa Citizen, May 23.
"Pollsters Vs Pollster on abuse by priests." Douglas Todd, Vancouver Sun, April 23. "Reginald Bibby" in Chris Selley's "Full Pundit," National Post, April 22. "Flawed poll distorts scope of sexual abuse." Reginald W. Bibby, Edmonton Journal, April 21. "A cultural imperative that must be realized: Quebec curriculum changes on ethics and religion offers crucial less for timid B.C. educators." Douglas Todd, Vancouver Sun, April 17." "Interracial dating: Why Black and White Marriage and Dating Are So Hot." Kate Falken, Los Angeles News Today, April 9. "Asian, eh?" Jeff Yang, San Francisco Gate, San Francisco Chronicle, April 8. "Most Americans believe God guides their lives." Misty Harris, CanWest News. Carried by a number of CanWest papers, including the National Post, Edmonton Journal, and Calgary Herald, March 12. "The Family alive and well." Robert Sibley, Saskatoon Star-Phoenix, February 27. "Canadiens click with web generation." Mike Boone, Montreal Gazette, January 24. "Leafs losing young fans to video games." Mary Ormsby, Toronto Star, January 11. "Experts predict millennials really will change the world." Kelly Egan, Ottawa Citizen, January 2.
"Sociologist examines impact of religious schools on Canada." Doug Todd, CanWest News Service. Appeared in CanWest papers including the Saskatoon Star-Phoenix, Nov. 21. "More couples are in it for the long haul." Shannon Proudfoot, Canwest News Service. Appeared in CanWest papers including the National Post, November 20. "Hip Victoria churches pack 'em in the pews." Matthew Pearson, Victoria Times-Colonist, November 8. "In Captain Underpants' world, why have school?" Naomi Lakritz, Calgary Herald, September 2. "Today's schools rates well with students." Editorial, Lethbridge Herald, September 2.
"Study: Women not much into pro sports." Misty Harris, CanWest News Service. Appeared in a number of paper including the Ottawa Citizen, Vancouver Province, Calgary Herald, Reginal Leader-Post, Saskatoon Star-Phoenix, Windsor Star, August 31. "Attitude adjustment." Sherri Gallant, Lethbridge Herald, August 31. "Aboriginals, churches share a mutual respect." Douglas Todd, Vancouver Sun, August 28. "Teens are high on school; Improvements in education are having an effect, study shows." Misty Harris, CanWest News Service. Appeared in a number of paper including the Victoria Times Colonist, Vancouver Sun, Calgary Herald, Montreal Gazette, August 28.
"Is hockey's popularity waning in Canada?" CTV.CA, August 15. "Kadri will attract new Canadians to the game." Wayne Scanlan, National Post, August 15. Also appeared in papers including the Montreal Gazette.
"Neither practicing nor believing but Catholic even so." Konrad Yakabuski, Globe & Mail, August 15. "Metro Vancouver teenagers see the world differently than others." Douglas Todd, Vancouver Sun, August 14.
"Gary Bettman can't afford to take Canada for granted." Editorial,Ottawa Citizen, August 11. "Hockey's deteriorating culture." Adam Proteau, The Hockey News, August 10. "Canadian kids aren't so much into hockey, eh?" Bob Cook, True/Slant, August 9. "Is hockey falling from grace?" Editorial, Edmonton Journal, August 8. "Hockey fright in Canada for the NHL." Jesse McLean, Toronto Star, August 8. "Teen interest in hockey has taken a hit." CBC News.ca, August 7. survey findings." Misty Harris, National Post, August 7. Also appeared in numerous other CanWest papers including the Vancouver Province, Victoria Times-Colonist, Edmonton Journal, Saskatoon Star-Phoenix, Windsor Star, Ottawa Citizen, Charlottetown Guardian.
"A hopeful and tolerant generation." Carol Goar, Toronto Star, June 10. "Matt Gurney responds to Justin Trottier." National Post, June 8. "Mainline churches losing youth." Graeme Morton, Calgary Herald, June 6. Also in the Montreal Gazette, June 13. "Atheist teens lead the way." Justin Trottier, National Post, June 3. "Youth today behave better than their parents, sociologist says." Jim Gibson, Victoria Times-Colonist, May 28. Also in the National Post, June 3; Windsor Star, June 9; Edmonton Journal, June 20; Calgary Herald, June 22. "Scrap the teen stereotypes." Adriana Barton, Globe & Mail, May 26. "More teens say they like their parents." Lisa Belkin, The New York Times, May 14. "Teens, parents getting along better: study." Misty Harris, Canwest News Service, May 12. Appeared in varied Canwest papers including the National Post, Montreal Gazette, Ottawa Citizen, Windsor Star, Saskatoon Star-Phoenix, Regina Leader-Post, Calgary Herald, Edmonton Journal, Vancouver Sun, Victoria Times-Colonist, Kamloops Daily News.
"The kids are OK, but they need a road map." Susan Martinuk, Calgary Herald, April 10, A22. "Ungodly teens?" Sherri Gallant, Lethbridge Herald, April 10, A1. "Teens are more virtuous, positive, new survey finds." Joanne Laucius, Canwest News Service, April 1. Appeared in varied Canwest papers including the National Post,Ottawa Citizen, Vancouver Sun, Vancouver Province, Calgary Herald, Saskatoon Star-Phoenix, Regina Leader-Post, Windsor Star, Montreal Gazette, April 7; Edmonton Journal, April 8. "Teenage atheism on the rise." Charles Lewis, National Post, April 7, A4. "OMG!!! What Happened to Teenagers?" Cover story, Maclean's, April 13. "Barbie the iconic doll turns 50." Misty Harris, Canwest News Sevice, February 3. Appeared in numerous Canwest papers. "Polygamy charges test law, tolerance." Brian Hutchinson, National Post, January 10.
"The Meaning of Christmas." Doug Todd, Vancouver Sun, Dec 20. "How Canada stole the American dream." Duncan Hood, Maclean's, June 25. "Study aims to debunk 'Catholic guilt' myth." Misty Harris, National Post, June 14. "Virtues and values in sports and religion." Douglas Todd, Vancouver Sun, April 5. "Competing for souls." Harold Jantz, Winnipeg Free Press, March 20. "Revival of interest in churchgoing." Brantford Expositor, January 12. "CCO New Year's conference draws 450 to Calgary." The Catholic Register, January 11, 2008. "The great Canadian-American faith renaissance." An excerpt from the book, Uneasy Neighbo(u)rs by David Kilgour and David T. Jones, in CanadianChristianity.com, January 3.
"Growing feminization of church a 'source of hope.'" Deborah Gyapong, THE CATHOLIC REGISTER, November 27, 2007. "Column: Being good without believing in God." OTTAWA CITIZEN, Dan Gardner, October 22, 2007. Appeared in a number of CanWest papers. "Attracting families will lure Catholics back to pews.'" Deborary Gyapong, THE CATHOLIC REGISTER, October 19, 2007. "Opinion: Society pays a steep price for travelling blind morally." OTTAWA CITIZEN, October 15, 2007. Reprinted in the VANCOUVER SUN, October 16, 2007. "Social virtues linked to faith: Decline in religion may bring decline in civility, study warns." NATIONAL POST, Charles Lewis, October 11, 2007. "I don't believe it: atheism is on the rise." GLOBE AND MAIL, Eric Shackleton, CP release, September 19, 2007. "Canadians more accepting of interracial unions than Americans." CANWEST NEWS SERVICE, Shannon Proudfoot, August 30, 2007. Appeared in the National Post and a number of CanWest papers. "Tolerance" in "Social Studies." GLOBE AND MAIL, Michael Kesterton. August 24, 2007. "Fresh election, same old tricks." TORONTO STAR, Carol Goar, August 24, 2007. "Fear of crime waning in Canada, researcher finds." CANWEST NEWS SERVICE, Misty Harris, August 23, 2007. Appeared in a number of CanWest papers. "Atheist population stays stable: study." MONTREAL GAZETTE, Alan Hustak, August 13, 2007. "God is not dead in Calgary: survey." CALGARY HERALD, Graeme Morton, August 13, 2007. "Reginald Bibby: Mapping the Canadian Spiritual Landscape." DECISION, Milton Friesen, July/August, 2007. "Baby Boomers age in style." CANWEST NEWS SERVICE, Shannon Proudfoot, June 16, 2007. Appeared in a number of CanWest papers. "'Sick' Protestant churches seek healing ways." CALGARY HERALD, Graeme Morton, May 13, 2007. "Les Quėbėcois croient en Dieu, mais...." LA PRESSE, Mario Girard, April 8. "Quebec Catholics no sticklers for rules." MONTREAL GAZETTE, Alan Hustak, April 7. "Quiet Christians more committed than ever." VANCOUVER SUN, Douglas Todd, April 7, 2007. "There's hope yet for churches." THE RECORD, Mirko Petricevic, February 24, 2007. "Embraced as a time saver, technology has seduced us into giving up so much." GLOBE AND MAIL, Roy MacGregor, January 22, 2007.
"Boomers have made a bust of community living." VANCOUVER SUN, Paula Brook, November 11, 2006. "Religion thrives in boomtown." CALGARY HERALD, Graeme Morton, November 5, 2006. "New cellphone pushes all right buttons for boomers." CANWEST NEWS SERVICE, Shannon Proudfoot, November 4, 2006. Appeared in a number of CanWest papers. "Canadians accept marijuana for medical reasons." CANWEST NEWS SERVICE, Misty Harris, November 2,2006. Appeared in papers including the Calgary Herald, Vancouver Sun, Vancouver Province, Victoria Times-Colonist, Saskatoon StarPhoenix, Ottawa Citizen, Montreal Gazette. "The gratification generation." TORONTO STAR, Carol Goar, October 18, 2006. "Bibby assesses status quo of evangelicals in Canada." CHRISTIAN WEEK, Cindy Stephens, October 15, 2006. "Post-Boomers cherry-pick from Boomers' legacy, says pollster Reginald Bibby." CANADIAN PRESS, Eric Shackleton, September 27, 2006. "How Canadian Are You?" Cover story, MACLEAN'S, July 1, 2006. "Canadians prefer CFL over NFL." GLOBE AND MAIL, Dan Ralph, June 9, 2006. "'Who's religious?' debate fuelled by worship study." CALGARY HERALD, Joe Woodard, May 6, 2006. "Loss of faith imperils charities." TORONTO STAR, Carol Goar, May 5, 2006. "Canadians praying in private, Statscan says." GLOBE AND MAIL, Michael Valpy, May 5, 2006. "Who said God is dead?" GLOBE AND MAIL, Reginald Bibby, April 27, 2006. "Organized religion bouncing back, sociologist claims." EDMONTON JOURNAL, Ben Gelinas, April 20, 2006. "The story behind the story of church membership." ANGLICAN JOURNAL, Leanne Larmondin, February, 2006. "Youth struggle to find their faith." HAMILTON SPECTATOR, Sharon Boase, January 19, 2006.
"Is it revival time? Worship is back in fashion." MONTREAL GAZETTE, Harvey Shepherd, November 26, 2005. "God is at work in the churches." WESTERN CATHOLIC REPORTER, Bill Glen, May 2, 2005. Also appeared in the PRAIRIE MESSENGER, May 4, 2005. "For the Love of God: Prayers answered as churches thrive again." Front page story, TORONTO SUN. Michele Mandel, March 27, 2005. "Marriage needs more support." Editorial, EDMONTON JOURNAL, March 15, 2005. "GenXers find Jesus: Churches learn new ways to engage today's young people." Joe Woodard, CALGARY HERALD, March 6, 2005. "What Canadians want from family life: Unprecedented survey reflects what people would like to experience." Reginald W. Bibby, EDMONTON JOURNAL, February 21, 2005. Also appeared the same day in the CALGARY HERALD as "Our dream: Families that flourish." "Canadians put honesty, appreciation ahead of roses in recipe for lasting love." Leanne Dohy and Robin Summerfield, VANCOUVER SUN, February 12, 2005. "What families really want." Editorial on child care. CALGARY HERALD, February 11, 2005. "Dryden ready for 'zigzags' in child care plan." Norma Greenway and Bob Harvey, OTTAWA CITIZEN, February 10, 2005. "Government should pay share of child care." Bob Harvey, VANCOUVER SUN, February 10, 2005. Also appeared the same day in the CALGARY HERALD as "Child-care subsidies supported in survey." "Shepherds must tend all needs." Reginald W. Bibby, CALGARY HERALD, February 7, 2005. Also appeared the same day in the EDMONTON JOURNAL as "'Shepherds' pretend they're speaking for the entire flock," and in the OTTAWA CITIZEN, February 11, 2005 as "The 97-per-cent solution: Too many religious leaders in Canada are ignoring the concerns of most of the people for whom they claim to speak." "Finally, Church Growth in Canada." Debra Fieguth, CHRISTIANITY TODAY, February 5, 2005. "Bibby sets out a new challenge for Canadian believers." Reviews of Restless Gods and Restless Churches. Wayne A. Holst. EDMONTON JOURNAL, January 29, 2005. "One in five would accept polygamy, survey suggests." Bob Harvey, NATIONAL POST, January 25, 2005. Also appeared in the OTTAWA CITIZEN, same date. "Canadians hope to have traditional families: survey." Joe Woodard, CALGARY HERALD, January 1, 2005. "Flock is returning to church." Solange de Santis, ANGLICAN JOURNAL, January, 2005.
"Canada's making a religious recovery." Ted Byfield, CALGARY SUN, December 26, 2004. "Empty Pews? Look Again!" Michael Swan, CATHOLIC REGISTER, December 20, 2004. Also appeared in the BC CATHOLIC. "Albertans." Reginald Bibby, EDMONTON JOURNAL, December 18, 2004; OTTAWA CITIZEN, December 20, 2004. "Canadians, especially young people, returning to church." Eric Shackleton, CANADIAN PRESS, December 14, 2004. "Alberta in sync with its leaders." Gwendolyn Richards, CALGARY HERALD, December 14, 2004. "Report says religion a good predictor of who supports same-sex marriage." Bob Harvey, OTTAWA CITIZEN, December 11. "Married man and woman with children remains the ideal for Canadians." NATIONAL POST, December 7, 2004. "Family dreams don't come true: study." Bob Harvey, OTTAWA CITIZEN, December 6, 2004. 'Married with children' preferred." Jill Mahoney, GLOBE AND MAIL, December 6, 2004. "Religious renaissance ripples through Canada: sociologist." Bob Harvey, OTTAWA CITIZEN, November 28, 2004."Signs of life in Quebec's Churches." "Evangelicals help to beat back secularism." Reginald Bibby, CHRISTIAN WEEK, October 15, 2004. "Signs of Life in Quebec's Churches." Alan Hustak, MONTREAL GAZETTE, October 12, 2004. "Pews filling as more Canadians attending church, says new book." Bob Harvey, OTTAWA CITIZEN, September 12, 2004. "Bibby Holds Hope for the Church. " Ramon Gonzalez, WESTERN CATHOLIC REPORTER, June 28, 2004. "Less time in church makes us more tolerant of gays, sociologist says." Bob Harvey, OTTAWA CITIZEN, April 17, 2004.
"A Ministry of Connection," Richard Bott, EXCHANGE, fall issue, 2003. "Positive spin on religious stats unwarranted." Tom Harpur, TORONTO STAR, July 13, 2003. "Canada's vanishing Christians." Morton Weinfeld, GLOBE AND MAIL, May 20, 2003. A comment on Bibby. "God keep our land." Reginald Bibby, GLOBE AND MAIL, May 14, 2003. An interpretation of the 2001 census.
"Faith Springs Eternal." Reginald Bibby, GLOBE AND MAIL, July 23, 2002. The state of Roman Catholicism in Canada. "The Renaissance of Religion in Canada." A review by John G. Stackhouse, BOOKS & CULTURE, November/December, 2002. "Religion Making a Comeback." Bob Harvey, FAITH TODAY, May/June, 2002:55. "Once again, Reg Bibby is telling us things we need to hear but don't really want to hear." Muriel Duncan, UNITED CHURCH OBSERVER, May, 2002. "God-hunger strong in Canada." Meg Johnstone, BC CHRISTIAN NEWS, May 17, 2002. "Canadians not ready to jettison religion." CHRISTIAN WEEK, April 30, 2002. "Christianity's death knell premature." Joseph Sinasac, THE CATHOLIC REGISTER, April 21, 2002. "Religious devotion arising in Canada, new book says," Douglas Todd, VANCOUVER SUN, April 15, 2002. "Church woos Quebecers back to fold," NATIONAL POST, April 8, 2002. "Encouraging signs for churches," Mirko Petricevic, K-W RECORD, April 6, 2002. "Religious Revival" Editorial, NATIONAL POST, April 4, 2002. "Once-pious province now lags behind rest of country," NATIONAL POST, April 3, 2002. Teenagers lead renewal of faith in church activity," NATIONAL POST, April 3, 2002. "Returning to Religion: Most Canadians hunger for a more spiritual life," Brian Bergman, MACLEAN'S, April 1, 2002.