Fair Trade Christmas Boutique

Saturday, November 24, 10am – 4pm Dix Mille Villages Pointe Claire is coming to the Cathedral to host a 1-day only Fair Trade Christmas boutique with artisanal gift items for sale from around the world. 15% of proceeds will be donated to PWRDF.  

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Dying to Die. Lecture and panel discussion

Lecture with panel discussion exploring the ethical and theological aspects of Medical Aid in Dying November 19, 2018, 7:00pm with speakers Rev’d Doug Graydon Coordinator of Chaplaincy Services, Diocese of Toronto with 20+ years of end-of life care experience. and, Lori Seller Ethics Advisor, MUHC REB Co-Chair (peds panel) MUHC...

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Sing-Along Messiah 2018

The date for this year’s Sing-Along Messiah is December 15, 2018 at 4:30 pm. We are very pleased to announce that this year’s messiah will be conducted by the wonderful young choral conductor, Walter Mahabir. This event is a joint production between the Music Committee of Christ Church Cathedral and...

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Documentary film L’Heureux naufrage

We would like to invite everyone interested to view the 2014 documentary film on the search for spiritual meaning in Quebec, L’Heureux Naufrage, “Fortunate Shipwreck” and to participate in the discussion (in French) following the film with the director, Guillaume Tremblay. The event will be held at Fulford Hall on Monday, the...

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International Human Rights Day at the Cathedral

International Human Rights Day at the Cathedral, Monday Dec. 10 The Cathedral is hosting an interfaith event of solidarity, action and contemplation, focused on freedom of expression (in speech and religious expression), 4 pm – 6:30 pm; formal program at 5:30. Help us reach out to other groups,and please plan...

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Newsletter October 25, 2018

New email addresses – Invitation to donate flowers – Remembrance of Departe Nov 4 – Grenadier Guards service Nov 10 – English Bible study – Camera found in Fulford Hall – Social and educational events   Dear Friend of the Cathedral A truncated newsletter today because I’ll be spending the...

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Newsletter, October 18, 2018

Many events including All Souls remembrance of the departed, panel discussion on dying with dignity, start of English bible study – new youth group – feedback about Diocesan Quiet Day – the diocesan stewardship of the environment recognizes work of cathedral ESJAG – cannabis topics Dear Friend of the Cathedral,...

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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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Musical Treasure

It took Nicholas Capozzoli, our interim Music Co-Director, amongst his other duties, all of the famously steamy summer of 2018 to create a searchable catalogue of the Cathedral’s music collection! The collection itself is a masterwork, spanning many centuries of church music. It’s one many cathedrals would envy–nearly 2,000 pieces of...

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