It's Just Kevin's Corner

Thoughts from a Canadian Vicar


October 2006

A Sweet Day

Today is October 31 – also known has Halloween.  Today children all across North America will go door to door and collect candy treats. This takes on a whole new dynamic when you are a type one or juvenile diabeticToday... Continue Reading →

Days of endless activity

 What a great few days indeed. Since I last had opportunity to sit and write a blog, OI have had a great movie night with parish friends, officiated at a wedding, had great fellowship with a family planning a wedding... Continue Reading →

One Day at a Time

Tonight I happened on an article online from the Toronto Sun about a transplanted Newfoundland family living in Brantford, ON who have two children afflicted with Batten’s disease. I happened on it quite by accident. I was reading some headlines... Continue Reading →

Great Acts of Love

Last night I was privileged, along with Catherinanne to take our God-daughter Alanah to Page Perreault’s house for a very special birthday party.  You see Page has a foster child in Haiti whose name is Stevens. Yesterday was his birthday... Continue Reading →

Being in the church and not of it!

“Often we hear the remark that we have live in the world without being of the world. But it may be more difficult to be in the Church without being of the Church. Being of the Church means being so... Continue Reading →

A New Reformation – Very Interesting Book

I am reading Matthew Fox’s book “A New Reformation.” It is a fascinating read. In it he postulates that the church is desperately in need of reforming all over again – the likes of which we have not seen since... Continue Reading →

A Great night with Bishop Bob Bennett

Tonight Bishop Bob Bennett visited our Markus Committee to hear us talk about ministry at St. Mark’s by-the-Lake. It was a positive and productive meeting. Over 40 people who have been meeting now since June were there to update each... Continue Reading →

Desmond Tutu – 22 years since Nobel

On this day, October 16, 1984 Bishop Desmond Tutu, General Secretary of the South African Council of Churches was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for “his role as a unifying leader figure in the campaign to resolve the problem of... Continue Reading →

Lots to Talk About

The last few days have been very eventful. I have not blogged for a couple of days so brace yourself this is a long one!   On Thursday Mom and Dad made the trek back to Newfoundland after a great... Continue Reading →

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