Week of February 26

If you have been around the building lately you will be well aware that we are celebrating Nuit blanche from 6pm until 2 am this Saturday Railings and chairs have been taken out of the St John of Jerusalem chapel in readiness for the art exhibition featuring paintings and photographs,...

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Week of February 16

Dear Friend of the Cathedral Look for three themes in this week’s letter: Lent (prayer, study and reflection);- community business – and having fun in spite of winter. Contemplative prayer and meditation continue every Tuesday after evensong, around 5:45. The Ignatian Centre  is offering a one day workshop on prayer...

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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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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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Week of January 7th

Christmas is over and the season of Epiphany has begun, but miraculously our organists and choir are still making beautiful music. You are all invited to the service of music and readings for Epiphany, this Sunday evening at 4 pm. It will be broadcast as usual by Radio Ville-Marie (91.3...

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Week of December 17

The shepherds sing; and shall I silent be? My God, no hymn for Thee? The beginning of this Christmas poem by George Herbert is a call to join in the joyful worship of our new-born Saviour and with “all our powers out-sing the daylight hours.” We are so lucky here...

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