Feast Day

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St. Mary Magdalene

Tomorrow, July 22nd, is the feast day of St. Mary Magdalene.

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Saint Matthias

Today, February 24th,  we remember the Apostle Saint Matthias in our church calendar. Saint Matthias is not in the Gospels as one of Jesus’ Apostles, …

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In this painting by Agnolo Gaddi, we see the artist's depiction of Saint Helena (who was the mother of the Emperor Constantine) discovering the true cross of Christ. It was painted in 1380. (photo from commons.wikimedia.org)
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Holy Cross Day

The Feast of the Holy Cross, which we celebrate today, September 14th, is traditionally kept to acknowledge three events: Saint Helena finding the true cross in …

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Happy Easter

Here are a few photographs from past years of Easter celebrations from around the province of Newfoundland and Labrador:  

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Prayers for Holy Week

Almighty and everlasting God, you hate nothing that you have made and forgive the sins of all those who are penitent: create and make in …

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Palm Sunday

Here we are at the beginning of another Holy Week. There is a huge shift in our worship service today as we begin with the …

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Mothering Sunday—Lent IV

We’re fast coming up on the fourth Sunday of Lent, often called “Mothering Sunday” in Anglican churches. This title is taken from the Epistle that …

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Septuagesima Sunday

Do we really need time to prepare to repent, you ask? Do we need to prepare for Lent for three whole weeks? Yes and no. …

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St. Valentine’s Day

Editorial from the February 2018 issue of Anglican Life: And just like that, we’re back to the shortest month of the year, and often one …

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Candlemas

Candlemas Day—February 2nd—falls 40 days after Christmas. There are many traditions associated with this day in the Church, and indeed there are secular traditions that …

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