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My Father’s Legacy

My father, Ronald Clarke, entered into his eternal rest on January 1, 2022. After Thanksgiving, dad’s health took a turn and he didn’t leave the …

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Bequests Out of The Blue

Many parishes have no idea who has a bequest in their will for the church. In my experience, this is indeed the case and we …

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Faith and Hope in the Midst of a Pandemic

It seems today, many of the thoughts that we have been able to push back in our minds have become the loudest voices in the …

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Potential For Meaningful Digital Interaction

The other day I was enjoying some time playing video games with my children. We were using a virtual reality device: a mask with an …

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“It’s Not The Same!”

As I write, we have returned to a season of enhanced precautions and online worship. To say that we’re starting to get tired of the …

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A Legacy of Bishop Feild

What a story and what a legacy! I have just completed Bishop Geoff Peddle’s book, “The Church of England Orphanage in Newfoundland: 1855-1969.” The well …

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Struggling For The Connection

Well, the end of 2021 took an unexpected turn for all of us, didn’t it? Nearly locked down right before Christmas, back to online learning …

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It’s Getting Brighter

I am certain that many of you maybe familiar with this saying: If Candlemas day be fair and bright, Winter will have another flight.  If …

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The Epiphany Journey

It’s the beginning of a new year again, and with Epiphany upon us, I  often drift back to something that I first read more than …

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Formless, Empty, and Dark

What does it mean that the earth was formless, empty, and dark (Genesis 1:2a)? Before I deal with this question, let me re-visit Genesis 1:1. …

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