Putting and End To Discrimination


I was privileged to be at the church tonight. This was the fifth in our eight part Lenten series on outreach and justice.  Tonight Elise Harding Davis was our speaker and the topic was discrimination. As an African-… Read More

Go Habs Go!!!


  Catherinanne is the best. She arranged for me to have trip to Montreal this weekend and it was unbelievable.  More to follow at later time, but suffice to say…seeing some of my family here (They flew up… Read More

Five Ladies and an Archbishop


Today the church commemorates Thomas Cranmer – Archbishop of Canterbury and Martyr. This man is known as the author of Common Prayer. Cranmer was the person responsible for the most defining feature of Anglicanism – Common Prayer. It… Read More

Awful Violence


I was searching some news from the last week when I landed on this Headline – A girl’s beloved dog, a grisly nightmare “Crystal Brown’s therapy dog disappeared. Later, the teen received his severed head gift-wrapped like a… Read More

St. Joseph of Nazareth


On Saturday, I wrote about Joseph of Arimathea – it was his day of commemoration or memorial. Today is the feast day of St. Joseph of Nazareth. We revere Joseph as the father of Jesus. Among many other… Read More

Happy Anniversary


Today marks one year of blogging. I must say I have enjoyed it very much. Of course I can’t say for sure if it has been of benefit to the web or the world but for me it… Read More

A Saint’s Day Today?


Today is the feast day of St. Patrick. “Of course,” you say, “Everyone know that March 17 is St Patty’s day!” Lesser known is the fact that the Roman Calendar also observes today as the Feast day for… Read More

Serving Humanity


The Nursing Home Lions (NHL) is a team of volunteers who visit the Nursing home to bring communion once each month. We have three homes to visit.) Today the NHL from St. Mark’s by the Lake Visited Extendicare… Read More

Outreach and an Arby’s Beef and Cheedar


It has been a full day. Today is Wednesday and that means Arby’s for lunch after our Wednesday Morning Eucharist. It also means Lenten Justice Series. Today was a BIG day for the Arby’s Group. You see March… Read More

St. Stephen’s Cathedral.


While visiting Australia a couple of years ago Catherinanne and attended Mass at St. Stephen’s Cathedral in Brisbane. It was a beautiful church and has long remained with me. The most impressive part of the place was the… Read More

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