Spiritual Wellness

A New Muslim Chaplain Joins our Team

29 May 2023

Faisal Malik is the newest member of the MORSL faith volunteer roster, a team that is here to support McGill students of any (and no) faith. Faisal will be specifically supporting Muslim college...

Celebrating the Ascension of Abdu'l-Bahá

16 May 2023

An experience celebrating the Ascension of Abdu'l-Bahá (November 28, 2021) brought some spiritual light and joy into my life at a time I needed it.

Spiritual Life: Something Rooted and Organic

15 May 2023

Things are in constant flux at MORSL, not only with the students coming in and out of the space and team, but also with the work we do to respond to the ever-changing spiritual and religious needs...

Gardening our Spiritual Lives

15 May 2023

"Picture yourself being more of a gardener of your life, instead of a carpenter. It's more trying something and seeing how that works. Give your spirituality sun, give it nourishment. And then if...

Spiritual Longing

1 Mar 2023

Susan Cain, known for writing Quiet: the Power of Introverts, recently published Bittersweet: How Sorrow and Longing Make us Whole.

Differentiation and Religion

22 Feb 2023

When we grow up within a faith tradition, it’s typical to have a parent/child type relationship with faith institutions. Traditions inform us of how we should live and what role we should play in...


10 Feb 2023

In Katherine May's book, Wintering: The Power of Rest and Retreat in Difficult Times, she discusses cyclical periods of our lives when we need extra rest, self-compassion, and quiet meditative time...

Spiritual Food and Rest

16 Dec 2022

Many faith traditions teach that there are are two parts that make up a person: the body and the spirit or soul. Some also have teachings about how the spirit needs frequent nourishment and rest in...

Doubt and Faith at Work Together

29 Nov 2022

What is the relationship between doubt and faith in spiritual life? Sometimes we lack experience talking about doubt in spiritual contexts. When we participate in religious communities, it may...


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