Week of Dec 10

December 10 was International Human Rights Day and the world’s biggest grassroots event for human rights, Write for Rights organised by Amnesty International. The Cathedral’s Amnesty Action Amnistie will meet in the Chapter House after the 10 am service on Sunday when you are invited to join in writing letters or signing...

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Week of Dec 4

It’s a wonderful time of year! Last weekend was full of joyful celebrations culminating in a beautiful service of lessons and carols for Advent. Do make a note in your diary of the Christmas service of music, readings and dance taking place on Sunday Dec 20 at 4 pm. You can...

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Week of Nov 18

This week our hearts are full of sadness as we hear about acts of violent terrorism around the world. Our prayers are with the victims and their families. Perhaps we remember with Madeleine L’Engle that It was a time like this, War and tumult of war, a horror in the...

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Week of Nov 13

What’s happening at the cathedral in the next few weeks? We are asking you to help in many ways but also offering you many opportunities for spiritual, physical and cultural refreshment. The demands are not great, the offerings are very rich, the personal rewards are great. We hope there is...

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Week of Nov. 6th

There is a great to deal at the Cathedral for us to remember with gratitude. First, and most important, this is the time to think about all the benefits we have received from the cathedral and the ways in which have participated and would like to participate this coming year....

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Week of October 30th

The theme of Connecting comes up again this week. There will be multiple opportunities for connecting during November, the period of the annual stewardship campaign. Cathedral parishioners are a very generous community, giving their money, energy, time and talents to many causes. A stewardship campaign is an opportunity to say...

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Week of October 22

There are three very important community events to highlight this week: A gathering on October 31 of cathedral members interested in discovering volunteer ministries. A special concert on November 6 will raise money for the music programme. A celebratory supper on November 28 with a silent auction which will raise...

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Week of October 15

We are saddened to learn that Roger Balk died last Saturday night. Educated at Harvard and at St Andrew’s University in Scotland, Roger came to Montreal from the United States in 1961, after serving as a priest in Ohio and New York City. He served as honorary assistant at the...

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Week of October 8

Calm has gradually been restored to the cathedral and diocesan offices and thanksgiving is now the predominant emotion. The video of Bishop Mary’s installation and consecration has been watched with pleasure by many people. Kay Dila, a former parishioner who now lives in Victoria, wrote “I received the Consecration video...

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