An Easter Message From Bishop Organ

Easter has a way of sneaking up on us! It did the same thing to the first disciples and followers of Jesus as well.  Imagine

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Focused on Discipleship

“See! The winter is past; the rains are over and gone. Flowers appear on the earth; the season of singing has come, the cooing of

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Bishop John Organ’s Christmas Message

I am writing my Christmas Message for Anglican Life on October 13th due to the early deadline for print publication. Here in Corner Brook it

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Finding Faith in Difficult Times

“How lonely sits the city that once was full of people!” Lamentations 1:1 We live in a world of change. Sometimes that change is gradual

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“Christ Is Risen Indeed!”

It is wise to not believe everything we hear. Always best to be cautious and circumspect. The Apostle Thomas needed more than hearsay about Jesus

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A Time of Spiritual Enrichment

Greetings in Christ. From The Reign of Christ Sunday, through Advent, to Christmas and Epiphany, it has been an extraordinary seven weeks of spiritual enrichment

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Christmas—Both Spiritual and Cultural

Christmas is a word that has cultural as well as spiritual meaning. Store shelves are beginning to fill with toys and other items marketed around

Generations of travellers, historians, and pilgrims have worn these two parallel tracks into the ground on the way to Mistaken Point, NL, to see the fossils there, where you are able to stand on what was an ocean floor almost 600 million years ago.

An Extraodinary Pilgrimage

In August of this year, my wife and I made our way to Trepassey. We checked in to the local hotel and settled in for

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