June 2022 Issue

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100 Years of Faith and Worship–St. Andrew’s Church, Bishop’s Falls

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Giving Our Hearts to God and Making Our Relationship With Him Precious and Valuable

“Trust in the Lord and do good; dwell in the land and enjoy safe pasture. Delight yourself in the Lord and he will give you …

Confirmation at the Parish of the Epiphany 2022

An Episcopal Visit to The Parish of The Epiphany

On March 27th, the Parish of the Epiphany with our Bishop, Samuel Rose, celebrated the sacrament of Confirmation with four confirmands, and also had two …

Isle aux Morts Paint Night 2022

Paint Night

During Lent in the Parish of Isle aux Morts this year, the Rev’d Ed Coleman facilitated Bible study and meditation sessions on a weekly basis …

Easter breakfast 2022 Grand Bank

Resurrection Sunday at St. Alban’s

Our Easter celebrations at St. Alban’s Church in Grand Bank began with a celebration of the Holy Eucharist at 7am followed by a (well attended) …

Holidays With God

The summer has arrived! The sun shines bright and warm, and the flowers are out! The sense of renewal is in the air, and everyone …

How Should A Christian Prepare for Death?

Some time ago, I was contacted by a parishioner who shared with me a sermon given recently by a priest in England on the subject …

Why Should We Have To Warn New Priests?

I try to stay away from harsh topics in my editorials. I don’t want to stir any pots—at least not in my professional capacity as …

Why I Support PWRDF

Supporting PWRDF is one way of enacting several of the Anglican Marks of Mission: responding to human need by loving service, seeking to challenge violence …

Lenten Outreach Project at The Ascension

In keeping with our motto ‘Reaching out to Others,’ this year for our Lenten outreach at the Ascension in Mount Pearl we partnered with the …

New Vestry, St. Paul’s, Grand Bay

Author Eileen Keeping

Reasonable and Probable Grounds to Believe

On a summer’s day in New Brunswick, whilst a rookie member of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, I had the strange experience of having a …

Recent News From St. James’, Port Aux Basques

Confirmation   Lenten Quiet Day On Friday,  April 1, 2022, St. James’ Church in Port aux Basques held a Lenten quiet day. The theme was …

Cautiously Resuming Traditions

Professing Christianity is not just about attending church on Sunday morning, albeit that is a very important first step. It is about everything that embodies …

Light In The Dark

One of the things that I love about our Anglican tradition is the Eucharist in reserved sacrament. The clear white light in the vicinity of …

Online Auction Raises Funds for Church in Gillams

In this photograph, Audrey Park is pictured presenting a cheque for $2065 to Rev’d Kay. This amount represents the proceeds from a recent online auction …

Together, We Can Change The World–Slow and Steady Though It May Be

Am I the only one who gets overwhelmed at the sheer magnitude of bad things in the world? War, famine, climate change, poverty, homelessness, unemployment, …

Essential Stillness

Sometimes we all need to experience stillness. It’s not an easy thing to do in today’s world. It seems that even when we’re alone we’re …

Holy Week and Easter at The Cathedral of St. John the Baptist, St. John’s

Holy Week and Easter were glorious at the Anglican Cathedral in St. John’s this year. After the years of separation and pivoting due to the …

What I Shall Do This Summer

This summer I shall stand under a archway of pine trees and listen as the wind whistles through the branches. I shall stand on the …

Triumphant Easter–St. Peter’s, Upper Island Cove

As part of the Anglican Parish of Upper Island Cove, St. Peter’s had a triumphant Easter Sunday celebrating the risen Lord! Our Sunday school youth …

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