As we remember and re-commit to peace

Remembrance Revelation 21:1-7- Psalm 23 – John 15:9-17 The Very Rev’d Bertrand Oliver, Dean and Rector This summer, I completed a project which I had started a few years ago.  When I was a child, one of our morning routines on days off was to go and wake up my mother with a cup of […]

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Remembrance Day

Remembrance Day – November 10, 2019 There is a beautiful poem called ‘In Flanders fields’, by the Canadian serviceman John McRae, which has for ever enshrined the image of the red poppy as a symbol of the carnage of the first world war.   McRae was born in Ontario, but had close ties here in Montreal, […]

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