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Welcome to Sagesse, Journal of Canadian Records and Information Management,

Welcome to Sagesse, Journal of Canadian Records and Information Management,

An ARMA Canada Publication

Sagesse*: Journal of Canadian Records and Information Management , an ARMA Canada publication, is an electronic publication, available on the ARMA Canada website for records and information management (RIM) and information governance (IG) practitioners. This resource offers a hybrid approach to RIM-IG by showcasing practical and theoretical articles as well as publications and scholarly research focusing on Canadian issues, governance, concerns, laws, regulations, ethics, history, standards and practices.

While the primary focus is Canadian content, we will include and welcome articles from non-Canadians focusing on thoughtful challenges to the accepted methods of recordkeeping, soul-searching research in the RIM-IG industry and academic and pragmatic frameworks to understand our industry, the profession and to determine, is there a better way?

This publication is a vehicle for you to share your RIM-IG success stories, lessons learned, how-to-do aspects of RIM, biographies of Canadian RIM pioneers and leaders in the industry and other research featuring RIM-IG topics. We encourage you to share your experiences as this is your publication and we want to hear from you!

Sagesse: Journal of Canadian Records and Information Management’s editorial review team includes:

Uta Fox, CRM, ARMA Canada’s Director of Canadian Content; Christine Ardern, CRM, FAI; John Bolton, MA, MLS; Alexandra (Sandie) Bradley, CRM, FAI and Stuart Rennie, JD, MLIS, BA (Hons.).

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OK, now let’s get practical. What does this have to do with Lent? The Church is a wise mother. She knows that we like to feast more than we like to fast, which is perfectly normal. But she also knows that if we don’t fast (practice mortification), we will get spiritually out of shape pretty quickly. So she has built into the liturgical year certain seasons when we focus a little bit more than usual on this aspect of our spiritual life – penitential days and seasons, like Lent. So, fasting (some form of mortification, voluntary self-denial) is a normal part of every Catholic’s Lenten journey; it gets us in shape for the holiest days of the year – Holy Thursday through Easter Sunday.

Each of us should choose some form of mortification (something that we notice, but not something that distracts us or overburdens us – balance and realism are important for a healthy spiritual life). In this way, we can unite our increased spiritual efforts to those of our Catholic brothers and sisters throughout the world, making this season a real family affair. Together we go with Jesus into the desert, where he spent 40 days practicing mortification, as a preparation for his public mission…

Yours in Christ, Father John Bartunek

Art for this post on mortification: San Francisco meditando de rodillas ( St Francis meditating on his knees ), El Greco, ca 1586-1592, PD-US author’s life plus 100 years or less, Wikimedia Commons.

Fr. John Bartunek, LC, S.Th.D, received his BA in History from Stanford University in 1990. He comes from an evangelical Christian background and became a member of the Catholic Church in 1991. After college, he worked as a high school history teacher, drama director, and baseball coach. He then spent a year as a professional actor in Chicago before entering the religious Congregation of the Legionaries of Christ in 1993. He was ordained a Catholic priest in 2003 and earned his doctorate in moral theology in 2010. He provided spiritual support on the set of Mel Gibson’s “The Passion of the Christ” while researching the 2005 Catholic best seller, “Inside the Passion” –the only authorized, behind-the-scene explanation of the film. Fr. John has contributed news commentary regarding religious issues on NBC, CNN, Fox, and the BBC. He also served as the English-language press liaison for the Vatican’s 2005 Synod of Bishops on the Eucharist. His most widely known book is called: “The Better Part: A Christ-Centered Resource for Personal Prayer” . His most recent books are “Spring Meditations” , “Seeking First the Kingdom: 30 Meditations on How to Love God with All Your Heart, Soul, Mind and Strength” , and air jordan 1 mid winterized review aasCNLb5
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