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    Week of July 30

    This Saturday we are honoured to welcome Father Michael Lapsley to the Cathedral. An Anglican priest, long active in the anti-apartheid movement in South Africa, he is currently the director of the Institute for the Healing of Memories. The thoughts he will share with us are relevant to our own

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    Times of Transition

    Times of transition are always a bit disorienting for most of us. We don’t quite know what to expect. They can leave us unsettled and anxious, but also excited. When we are in that liminal phase—“betwixt and between”—we often experience mixed feelings. We have left one kind of identity, but

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    Week of July 16

    Do you like to relax, pray, be challenged during the summer? We have something for everybody at the Cathedral during the coming weeks. For a thought-provoking talk come to hear Father Michael Apsley on Saturday August 1 at 7 pm in the Cathedral. Fr Michael is an Anglican priest who

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    Generosity and Grace: Reflections on the North

    During the past ten years, I have had the great privilege and challenge of working with Cree and Inuit children who live in Northern Quebec and Nunavik. I am very much indebted to the cathedral community, and the social action group, for this opportunity to share some reflections on this