It's Just Kevin's Corner

Thoughts from a Canadian Vicar


May 2008

Rocka bye baby….

Clifton Fadiman said that, “Insomnia is a gross feeder.  It will nourish itself on any kind of thinking, including thinking about not thinking.” Last night was one of my famous evenings of not sleeping. I have them fairly often so... Continue Reading →

Give and don’t count the cost

Tonight I offer this prayer of St. Ignatius of Loyola    Fill us, we pray, with Your light and life, that we may show forth Your wondrous glory.  Grant that Your love may so fill our lives  that we may... Continue Reading →

Blessing Same sex Unions

Synod each year can be a very long and often uneventful conference. Yesterday was a great exception to that perception of our annual synod. As many of you will know by now yesterday we passed a motion asking the bishop... Continue Reading →

Today’s trouble is enough for today.

  Today I preached about living in the moment. It was relative to the gospel passage of Matthew 6:24-34. Part of that passage reads as follows, “Therefore do not worry, saying, 'What will we eat?' or 'What will we drink?'... Continue Reading →

Im Worried about Violence in the parish.

ALERT – I have it on good information that tonight will be a hard night for someone at St. Mark’s by the Lake.  There is a dinner at the church tonight and if my sources are right, someone will not... Continue Reading →

Have you seen the Sumo Wrestlers washing the car??

I am a great television fan. Nowadays I enjoy the humour and cunning of the advertisements as much as the programs themselves. Last night I was humoured while watching a bunch of sumo wrestlers washing a car and frolicking as... Continue Reading →

Hip Hop Meets Herring Neck

Wikipedia says that “ Hip-hop fashion is a distinctive style of dress originating with the African-American and Latino youth in The Bronx (New York City), and later influenced by the hip-hop scenes of Los Angeles, Chicago, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, East Bay... Continue Reading →

Bob George – The Legend

Catherinanne and I had a great day today. There was lobster for lunch – thanks a million Rex Roberts. At $6 a pound, it was more than a treat. There as a quick visit with Gary and to deliver even... Continue Reading →


Pearl S Buck wrote in the 1950’s that, “The lack of emotional security of our American young people is due, I believe, to their isolation from the larger family unit.  No two people - no mere father and mother -... Continue Reading →

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