It is enough!

Candlemas marks the point in the Christian year when we turn our gaze from the Crib towards the Cross. On Sunday we heard Simeon exclaim, “my eyes have seen your salvation.”  (Luke 2:30). On Monday February 2, drawing from the text of Bach’s Cantata for Candlemas, “Ich habe genug” [It...

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Week of February 5

It’s hard work being informed about issues of justice and ethics and trying to act ethically, but Lent is a good time to attempt these things. The Cathedral and the Diocese both have suggestions to help us. 1.  During their January meeting, Cathedral Forum worked on producing a calendar of...

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“On the Dot” [Meditation Talk]

[Beth Adams gave this talk on January 27, 2015] When Zen Buddhist teachers first came to the West, some said it would be impossible to teach Zen to western students because they simply lacked the necessary discipline. Shunryu Suzuki, who founded the first Zen monastery in America, started studying at...

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All Together Now [spiritual practice]

During this Week for Christian Unity, take a moment to meditate with the worldwide church on Jesus’ visit to Samaria, where he asked for water (français ici).  The theme for this year is Water–proposed by the church in Brazil, a country experiencing unprecedented drought right now. Here’s a meditation by a...

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Week of January 21

Here at the Cathedral we indeed worship together, but we also eat together and work together! This Sunday the Last Sunday of the Month Lunch which feeds over 200 needy people is being  generously given by Miss Edgar’s and Miss Cramp’s School and Mazon Canada: The National Jewish Response to...

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Week of January 14

Forum will be meeting next Tuesday, January 20 at 6:30 in St Anselm’s Chapel on the second floor of Cathedral place. Light refreshments, mostly wine and cheese, will be served from about 6 pm. This half hour is a pleasant time of socialising before the meeting. On the agenda is...

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