The Rev’d James SpencerColumns

Can You Pass The Salt, Please?

What would we do without that simple flavouring? A little salt can go a long way to improving the taste of even the most unappetizing ...
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The Rev'd Canon Jeffrey PettenColumns

A Rule of Life—For Lent and Beyond

During the academic year of 1995-1996, forty young people (twenty boys and twenty girls) were prepared for the sacrament of confirmation at St. Peter’s (Upper ...
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The Rev'd Jonathan RoweColumns

The Future is Post-Apocalyptic

The Anglican Church, like many organised religions, faces substantial challenges amidst ongoing cultural shifts. As societal values and norms evolve at a rapid pace, churches ...
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The Rev'd Canon Amber TremblettColumns

Four Poems of Faith

Message I sit in silence and wait for You My mind like the inside of a coffee shop A conversation that won’t stop With myself, ...
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Bishop John OrganColumns

Embracing Transformation in Christianity

One of the givens of Christianity, from it’s beginning to now, is its power to transform lives. Those first disciples called by Jesus were never ...
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The Rev’d Cynthia Haines-TurnerColumns

Embracing the Light in The Darkness: Epiphany and The Radiance of Hope

I don’t think it’s a coincidence that in the darkest days of the year, we celebrate light. On the feast of Epiphany, we hear “Arise, ...
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The Rev'd Jonathan RoweColumns

The Reverence Trap: Dangerous Vocations

In previous columns, I’ve highlighted the challenges faced by clergy, especially amidst the COVID-19 pandemic’s initial lockdowns. I’ve shared personal strategies for maintaining mental health ...
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Ford MatchimColumns

Reasonable and Probable Grounds to Believe

Scripture writings are numerous on the importance of courage: against great foes (Judges 7:7-23); against great odds (1Samuel 17:32,50); when threatened (Daniel 3:16-18); when intimidated ...
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Emily F. RoweColumns

An Unexpected Divine Encounter

On January 25th, the Church remembers the conversion of St. Paul. Unless we go to a church named for St. Paul, many of us might ...
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Melanie ClarkeColumns

2024 Begins!

January in Newfoundland and Labrador doesn’t usually bring much joy to those of us who live here. It’s the darkest, snowiest, windiest, and coldest time ...
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