A Quiet Day

This talk by Paul Geraghty was offered in February at the Cathedral parish Quiet Day and is reprised here on Saint Benedict’s Feast Day (July 11) for your summer reading and contemplative pleasure.   TO KEEP AND CLEAR FOR LOVE A QUIET SPACE Cathedral Quiet Day, February, 2019 Talk #1...

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Newsletter, September 20, 2018

Spiritual solace with – Quiet day – Bible studies – Evensong… Oasis Concert. Food for the imagination with “Annabel” and Birks Lecture…Community events with Lunch n’ Chat, Journées de la culture, Ordination, plus a warning about a plumbing disaster and fascinating facts from the choir room Dear Friend of the...

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Introduction to Prayer: A rare opportunity

Fr Timothy Gallagher OMV, an internationally known author, teacher, and retreat director, is coming to Montreal to offer a special weekend retreat May 4-6, 2018. He has been called “America’s preeminent writer on Ignatian spiritual direction and discernment.” One of his gifts is to open up this traditional way of...

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Ongoing Resurrection

The proclamation “Christ is Risen!” ushers in a whole season of new life… longer than Lent.  Have you finished your Easter chocolates?  Another way to celebrate and honour this season is to hear (or hear again) the sermons offered at the Cathedral on Easter and during Holy Week. Here for your convenience...

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Sharing the Good Word for Palm Sunday

In our Gospel for Sunday, March 25 (Mark 11:1-11) Jesus is welcomed into Jerusalem by crowds shouting, “Hosanna! Blessed is the one who comes in the name of the Lord!”  You can read the whole passage here in English (ou ici en français).  What does this say to you today? You...

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Sharing the Good Word 2018.03.18

In our Gospel for Sunday, March 18 (John 12:20-33) Jesus speaks of his death and says: “Unless a grain of wheat falls into the earth and dies, it remains just a single grain; but if it dies, it bears much fruit.”  You can read the whole passage here in English...

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