February 2024

Louise SmithEastern Newfoundland and Labrador

Our Spiritual Journey Through Advent and The Traditional Holly Tea

At St. John the Evangelist in Topsail, as we journeyed through the four weeks of Advent on the path that would ultimately lead us to ...
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Anglican LifeFebruary 2024

800 Years of Nativity Scenes: A Celebration in Norris Point

This Advent, the Church of the Good Shepherd in Norris Point displayed a beautiful variety of nativity scenes provided by parishioners. Some of the scenes ...
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Lisa BrownFebruary 2024

ACW Holds Annual Christmas Fellowship, Port aux Basques

On December 12th, the ACW of St. James’ Church in Port aux Basques held their Annual Christmas Fellowship. The evening began with worship and a ...
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Melanie ClarkeColumns

By God’s Grace

We are living in turbulent times. Our society seems to be full of crime, poor decisions, and a general lack of concern for our fellow ...
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Lisa SnowCentral Newfoundland

Visit to Riverhead Manor and Harbour View Apartments

The ACW Fogo ladies had a night of Christmas carols and readings with residents of Riverhead Manor and Harbour View Apartments. The residents all enjoyed ...
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Ford MatchimColumns

Reasonable and Probable Grounds to Believe

Our daily hustle and bustle leaves little time or energy to ponder and question issues beyond our immediate concerns of the here and now. And ...
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Joyce FewerEastern Newfoundland and Labrador

Creating A Lasting Legacy

Columbaria were installed in the historic St. Philip’s Church Cemetery in 2016. With the installation of the columbaria the parish envisioned a plan in this ...
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Dr. Doreen Helen Klassen, PWRDF, Western NLFebruary 2024

PWRDF’s In-Canada Emergency Response

While we often think of the Primate’s World Relief Development Fund (PWRDF) as an Anglican agency that helps the developing world, it is increasingly assisting ...
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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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