January 2022

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Sitting At The Feet of Jesus

During the week of November 22nd, 2021, I took four days to spend time in prayer and study at our home in Chapel’s Cove. I …

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Jesse Tree in Port Aux Basques

On November 28th, the first Sunday in Advent, St. James’ Church in Port aux Basques held a “Jesse Tree Service.” Rev’d Jane explained to the …

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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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With Eddie Joyce to Help African Children

Eddie Joyce, MHA, hosted a dinner with the St. Paul’s ACW ladies at the home of Willie Loder, ACW president. Due to COVID-19, we are …

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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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A New Year’s Lesson

The gospel for the first Sunday after Epiphany tells the story of Jesus going into the temple at the age of twelve. Like any other …

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Pictured here is the combined Temple and Citadel Salvation Army bands that played at this year’s Advent Ecumenical service at the Anglican Cathedral in Corner Brook.
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Advent Ecumenical Lessons and Carols

As is custom, the Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist in Corner Brook hosted an Advent Ecumenical service on the first Sunday of Advent, November …

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Photograph by Claire Donnan of the labyrinth that was cut into the lawn just below the Anglican Cathedral in St. John’s last summer.
Opinion

Spirituality—How Anglicans Can Connect With God in Different Ways

Spirituality is, hence its description, a deeply personal and individual experience. People feel closeness with God through a variety of different activities and everybody’s relationship …

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They Want To See Jesus

In many Anglican churches, the priest will hold up the bread for the Eucharist, either during or after the Eucharistic prayer. We do this to …

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Optimistic For Old Time Christmas Revival

As I sit in front of my laptop with my fingers fidgeting on the keyboard, I find myself lost in thought regarding the diversion our …

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