January 2023

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Lisa BrownJanuary 2023

News From Port Aux Basques

Fall Sale On November 19th, 2022, the ACW of St. James’ Church in Port aux Basques held their annual Fall Sale. There was a great ...
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Anglican LifeJanuary 2023

New Book Connects Anglicans To Rich Prayer Tradition

TORONTO – During the pandemic, people lost the ability to pray together in church. Yet at the same time, people were also turning to prayer ...
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The Rev’d Daphne ParsonsCentral Newfoundland

Diocese of Central Newfoundland’s Women’s Weekend, 2022

The Annual Diocesan Women’s Weekend was held in the Diocese of Central Newfoundland from September 16-18, 2022. A total of 57 ladies took part in ...
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Willie LoderJanuary 2023

Advent at St. Paul’s, Irishtown-Summerside

This photograph and the one at the top of this page were taken in St. Paul’s, Irishtown-Summerside, on the first Sunday of Advent 2022. The ...
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Melanie ClarkeColumns

A New Year’s Suggestion

My career was as a teacher. Like my father before me, I taught English. I had the opportunity to teach many poems, plays, essays, novels ...
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Janice BiehnEastern Newfoundland and Labrador

PWRDF Mapping Exercise Trains Eastern Newfoundland Facilitator

Shortly after the historic apology by Primate Michael Peers in 1993 for the legacy of the Anglican Church’s involvement in residential schools, the Primate’s World ...
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The Rev’d Cynthia Haines-TurnerColumns

Week of Christian Unity­—Why Bother?

The Week of Prayer for Christian Unity, an initiative of the World Council of Churches, takes place each year from January 18-25, between the feats ...
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The Rev’d Canon Christine LynchEastern Newfoundland and Labrador

Confirmation in Bay Roberts Coley’s Point

Bishop Samuel Rose visited the Parish of Bay Roberts Coley’s Point on October 30th, 2022, for the sacrament of confirmation. Eight young people from this ...
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The Rev’d Michael LiColumns

Formed From the Dust

The cosmos is not eternal because it is slowly dying. It is running out of usable energy. Matter is not eternal. Indeed, most stars take millions of years ...
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The Rev’d William StrongEastern Newfoundland and Labrador

Conception Bay South Stands With Ukraine

An Ecumenical Service was held at St. Peter’s Church in Upper Gullies on November 8th to support Ukrainian families who have settled in Newfoundlandsince the ...
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