Acts of St. Luke

Highlights from St. Luke's Cathedral's Seasonal Newsletter

The Acts of St. Luke is online! Here you can read highlights from our seasonal newsletter. To read the full Acts of St. Luke newsletter, which contains Cathedral news, event articles, pictures and more, subscribe to our Cathedral Updates mailing list. 

The Dean's Message (November 2016)

A wonderful thing happened to me this week, in a moment, in an instant. I was at a breakfast meeting. It was a business meeting, but not of the church kind. We received reports, asked questions, and made decisions. We heard announcements, and marked our calendars with coming events. We enjoyed each others' company. With the agenda completed the meeting was adjourned, and we began to scatter with calls of “see you next time,” and, “have a good day.” It was then it happened. As I was leaving the room I heard a fellow call to me and ask if I had a minute. I have known him, on and off, for perhaps three years now. He drew me to one side and said, “I hope you don't mind, I am a spiritual person b

Sacristy Renovation & Dedication

The blessing and dedication of the refurbished Sacristy was held Sunday, November 20, 2016, to the Glory of God and in loving memory of Dean Emeritus Lawrence Robertson and his wife, Joyce. This generous donation was made on behalf of the Robertson Family. In addition, the psalm that Sunday was composed by Stephen Mallinger through a very kind gift from the Traficante Family.

We Will Remember Them

The harmonious sound of drums, trumpets and bagpipes filled the rafters at St. Luke’s Cathedral this past November as the community came together to remember our Canadian veterans and currently serving soldiers. At the event, the 49th (S.S.M.) Field Regiment RCA Pipes and Drums, and the Branch 25 Royal Canadian Legion Band performed moving wartime music classics such as, “It’s a Long Way to Tipperary,” and, “Keep the Home Fires Burning.” There were also performances by St. Luke’s Choir and a sing-a-long lead by Bob Tulloch, on vocals, and Stephen Mallinger, St. Luke’s Choirmaster & Organist, on piano. Between the melodies, speakers shared stories, and poems written by former soldiers; includ

Daughters of Disciples

A journey through the heritage of the Anglican Church Women A Brief History of the ACW In 1885, Canada’s population was as small as 4.5 million people, Sir John A. MacDonald was serving his second term as prime minister, and the ceremonial final spike was driven into the Canadian Pacific Railway. At this time, the suffrage movement was still young but was experiencing small amounts of varying success in each of Canada’s then eight provinces and territory. However, it would still be another forty-four years until women would be declared "persons" under Canadian law. During this time the Anglican clergy was solely represented by men. Women were not allowed to attend synods, be a part of church

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