It's Just Kevin's Corner

Thoughts from a Canadian Vicar


November 2006

Life over Death

Today was a long and interesting day. I began the day in difficult fashion as I had the graveside burial of a stillborn infant who was carried to almost full gestation. The notion of burying a child is so difficult... Continue Reading →

Andrew Hutchison, Stephen Lewis and Desmond Tutu

This Friday coming is World Aids Day. I was reading on the blogosphere (Actually at Generations the young Anglicans page) a great note from our Primate Andrew Hutchison. He speaks in there about a multi-faith event he attended in anticipation... Continue Reading →

Baptism and Justice

Sundays are always a blast. This past Sunday marked the end of the liturgical year with the feats of the Reign of Christ. We had excellent celebrations at the church. At the 10:30 AM Mass we had three baptisms. We... Continue Reading →

Thankful in the Wake of Turkeyville!

If the only prayer you said in your whole life was, "thank you," that would suffice.  ~Meister Eckhart   Yesterday was American Thanksgiving and Catherinanne’s Family have traditionally of late years gotten together on what the media call Black Friday.... Continue Reading →

I will Miss Erna Fowler

Tonight I was with the family of Erna Fowler at The Marcotte Funeral Home. It is always sad to have to reunite with people at such a hard time. Tonight we had prayers in the form of the Service of... Continue Reading →

Bazaars and Non-violence

A Beehive activity is the best description of the parish these past couple of days. We are getting ready for our Fall bazaar and Gloria Zeman, Janet Forster and their crews have all been busy beavers getting things together for... Continue Reading →

Football and Soup

Yesterday I was fortunate to attend a Grey Cup Party at the beaches that was hosted by Tony Doucette of the CBC. Ray and Marion Hinton also attended along with Mark and Sally Charlton. Ray won the tickets from the... Continue Reading →

A Great Auction Success

I’m Back to the blog. My apologies for the long time between posts. Seems as though this week has brought one flurry of activity after the next. It all was brought to a point of great excitement last night with... Continue Reading →

A Neat Day and a New Web Page

Today (Technically yesterday)was remembrance day. I was at the cenotaph at city hall square for the celebrations and it was, I must say a very well done affair. I always feel a little strange on Remembrance Day as we need... Continue Reading →

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