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The Rev’d Michael LiColumns

Meant For Good

The Bible tells us that God is in control of all of life’s circumstances. If God is not in complete control, then who/what is? Karl ...
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Bishop Samuel RoseColumns

Overturning Tables

Jesus entered the temple courts and drove out all who were buying and selling there. He overturned the tables of the money changers and the ...
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Ford MatchimColumns

Reasonable and Probable Grounds to Believe

The day set to go up Newman Sound Bay to Big Bight was a big deal. My father and his logging partner had already spent ...
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Melanie ClarkeColumns

The Greatest Gift of All

When I was eight years old, we moved from Kelligrews, Conception Bay South to St. John’s. At the time, Kelligrews was a small town and ...
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The Rev’d James SpencerColumns

Trick or Treat?

Trick or treat! It’s perhaps a strange thing to begin with, seeing as you’re probably reading this in December. “Merry Christmas” or “Happy Holidays” would ...
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The Rev'd Jonathan RoweColumns

More Than Just A Girl’s Name

As I write, the homelessness crisis has become particularly visible in the tent city across from the Confederation Building, and Israel and Palestine are in ...
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The Rev'd Canon Jeffrey PettenColumns

Jesus and Scrooge

Every year when I prepare to write my Christmas sermon, there are two things that I always do. First is the very obvious, I sit ...
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The Rev'd Canon Amber TremblettColumns

Sailing Into Advent

As we enter the Season of Advent, we enter a time of expectation. Four weeks where we live into the expectation of the coming Messiah, ...
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Bishop Samuel RoseColumns

Christmas Interrupted

Several years ago, I’d just sat down to my Christmas Day dinner when the parish cell phone rang and interrupted my meal. A voice on ...
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Bishop John WattonCentral Newfoundland

Finding Hope: A Christmas Message of Love and Gratitude

I am writing this Christmas note on November 1st. Obviously it is several weeks prior to Christmas. Why so early, you might ask? Why would ...
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