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“Toronto weeps”

“God our companion,
You inhabit the silence of meaningless pain
You breathe our wordless lament
You swallow the bitterness of our shock
Stay with us, Lord, and pray”

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Hearts for Humboldt

“As we turn our hearts to the very wide community of the Humboldt Broncos, we turn them to God in prayer for mercy and comfort in the midst of their deep sorrow.”

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Conference in Canada to focus on liturgical responses to disaster

The National Anglican and Lutheran Worship Conference in Canada, which will take place in July, is to center around the theme of responding to natural and manmade disasters. Organizers cite a lack of appropriate liturgical response and the rise in such disasters as the reasoning behind the theme. “There seems to be not a year that goes by that there isn’t some kind of devastating national disaster,” says the Very Rev. Ansley Tucker, Anglican co-chair of the conference and dean of Christ Church Cathedral […]

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Canadian bishops veto consecration in Caledonia

“The view he held and holds is that it is acceptable and permissible for a priest of one church of the Anglican Communion to exercise priestly ministry in the geographical jurisdiction of a second church of the Anglican Communion without the permission of the Ecclesiastical Authority of that second church”.

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Christ Church Cathedral, Vancouver, celebrates renovation

Christ Church Cathedral in Vancouver BC, is engaged in a years-long renovation of their historic Vancouver building. The most recent phase of the renovation has enlarged the size of the parish kitchen, installed a new zinc roof, power-washed the masonry exterior and erected a stained-glass bell tower with 4 new bronze bells.

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