Highlights from St. Luke's Cathedral's Seasonal Newsletter
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This past February, Bishop Anne Germond was installed as both the 11th Bishop and 1st female Bishop for the Diocese of Algoma by the Most Reverend Colin Johnson, Metropolitan of the Ecclesiastical Province of Ontario and Archbishop of Toronto and Moosonee. St. Luke's Cathedral was filled by visiting parishioners, Bishops from across the Canadian Church, our friends in the ecumenical and interfaith community, and civic leaders from Sudbury and Sault Ste. Marie. The consecratio
As you can see by our Gala poster the Junior, Girls’ and Boys’ Auxiliaries, the artists also known as the Churchmouse Players, plan on celebrating Canada’s 150th birthday in grand style. Please mark Saturday, October 21st, on your calendar. The music will be stellar – with many of your favourite Canadian ballads and folks songs – representing each province and territory, plus special tributes in music and in poetry to the brave gentlemen and ladies who served in the First an
A Brief History of the Book of Common Prayer When you sit in the pew this Sunday morning at St. Luke's Cathedral, you may pick up the small red book on the shelf in front of you. That small, ordinary looking, book is called the Book of Common Prayer (BCP). The first thing you are likely to notice about the prayer book is how it can be difficult to read. It is written in English, but it is close to four-hundred-years-old English. I have been assured once you have a grasp for r
I knew a bishop with a most annoying habit; every time he met someone, regardless of who it was, or how often they met, that bishop would find the opportunity to say to them, “The Lord loves you!”, and then would call them by name. “The Lord loves you, Bill!” “The Lord loves you, Sharon!” “The Lord loves you, Michael!” And so on it went. It was a beautiful message, but it never let up. It was unceasing, unchanging, relentless. In the first instance, most people received the m