“Do you long for a new world? a world where all people are treated equally and have equal rights; a world of justice for women and men, for children and seniors together, for gay, lesbian and trans people, for refugees and strangers, for people who are still searching and for people who have discovered who they are? Do you believe in the God of grace not judgement, of hope not fear, of love not hate? If you do, then we share these values.  These are the values of Jesus. These are the values for which we, at Christ Church Cathedral, aspire.”

The Very Rev’d Paul Kennington, Dean.

“God is love. Whoever lives in love, lives in God, and God in them.”     1 John 4:16

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    “Because you have so much desire…”

    STUDY is a traditional spiritual practice. Right now, parents all over Montreal are buying school supplies for their children. Older students are choosing their courses, working out their schedules, gathering their assigned materials and readings. Teachers and professors are preparing for the new school year. Yet as Thomas Moore writes

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    Weekly News is back! August 25th

    Dear Friend of the Cathedral Perhaps, like me, you have always loved this time of year when our minds and bodies have relaxed in the summer heat and we feel new energy pouring back into us as we undertake new projects. There will be some suggestions this week for things

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    Spiritual Practice for Pride Week

    This week as a spiritual practice and in solidarity with our parish, church, and wider community during Pride Week, we invite you to explore Jesus In Love, a blog and website that “specializes in art that is too queer for religious groups and too religious for LGBT organizations.” You might begin

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    What pulls you out of yourself?

    “God is love, and those who abide in love abide in God, and God abides in them.” (I John 4:6b) In this article from the Guardian, John Rusberger, an editor who is an irregular church goer, tells Mark Vernon how he regularly plays the piano. This leads Vernon to ponder music