Week of March 26

We are about to enter the most sacred and important week in the Church’s year, Holy Week, during which we travel with Jesus from the crowd’s acclamation at his entry into Jerusalem, through his trial and crucifixion to his triumphant resurrection on Easter Day. Can there be any day but...

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Wednesdays at L’Oasis musicale

A brand new concert series every wednesday at 6.15pm   2015-4-8, 18:15 Piano Pot-pourri.  Schumann: Piano Sonata in G minor, op.22 #2; Chopin: Etude, op.10 #4; Ravel: Oiseaux Tristes; Alborada del Gracioso; Rachmaninov: Prelude in G major, op.32 #5; Prelude in C minor, op.23 #7; Liszt: “Weinen, Klagen, Sorgen, Zagen”...

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Week of March 19

As we head down the path to a glorious Easter day we are coming to the end of the Lent study programmes. At the final study session during Sunday coffee hour we will welcome Benji Astrachan, an activist working with Divest McGill, who will speak on the campaign to get...

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Week of March 12

We are now past the mid-point of Lent. This Sunday is sometimes called Laetare Sunday from the opening words of the introit “Laetare O Jerusalem” (Rejoice O Jerusalem) and it is a day on which Lenten discipline is relaxed as we look forward to a joyful Easter. The clergy will...

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Week of March 5

Important message to those planning to come to church on Sunday: remember that clocks spring forward one hour on Saturday night. There once was a vicar of the Cathedral who forgot to do this. Unfortunately he was supposed to be preaching. We are supposed to tuck away the alleluias during...

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