Making it…implicit?

In last week’s Porous Church column, “Making it Explicit”,  I reflected on the importance of being explicit about my faith and my doubts.  Erica Jacobs-Perkins, a member of our young adult community who has left Montreal for the next steps in her journey, sent me her thoughts and has agreed to...

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Exploring Mission

The Montreal Mission Internship has already reached the half-way point and the interns are well into their exploration of mission.  Projects are underway, challenges encountered, questions asked.  And, as part of their work, each intern has been sharing their reflections in weekly blog entries on the website of the Montreal...

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Embracing Ordinary

I leave my home to go to work before the sun rises, and most of the people I encounter are huddled against the wind or trying to drink coffee without either missing the bus or spilling it all over themselves. For the most part, we look at the ground, we...

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22days

The first theologians struggled with unity and diversity, inclusivity and individuality. There is only one God, and although the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit all share the same substance (ousia) they are three independent persons (hypostases). The theological struggle we have understanding unity and diversity in the mystery...

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Congratulations to our new deacons!

On Pentecost Sunday, May 24th, 2015, Jean-Jacques Goulet, James Duckett, and Josée Lemoine (L to R) were ordained deacons by Bishop Barry in a wonderful, joyful celebration at Christ Church Cathedral. Jean-Jacques will be continuing to work here at the Cathedral, with the new title of assistant curate. James has...

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Making the World More Beautiful

      Erica Jacobs-Perkins is a member of Christ Church Cathedral.  Having finished her studies at McGill in both English literature and music, she is heading off to Prague and then to Chicago for the next steps in her musical career.  She will be missed! But, before she goes,...

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