It's Just Kevin's Corner

Thoughts from a Canadian Vicar


St Aidan’s Church

Alleluia, Alleluia, Alleluia

Singing in the midst of evil is what it means to be disciples. Like Mary Magdalene, the reason we stand and weep and listen for Jesus is because we, like Mary, are bearers of resurrection, we are made new. On... Continue Reading →

Celebrating my Inheritance

Today mark's another of those firsts that you never really look forward to. In this case, it the first Mothers Day since Mom died. While over done in a Hallmark sense, the day itself if a reminder to take time... Continue Reading →

How did the Tub get its Bottom?

Tonight we have 646 Lenten Vespers at... you guessed it 646 pm. It is a lovely quiet prayer service. It has been a blessing throughout Lent to pray with folks in the quiet of the St Aidan's Sanctuary. It's been life... Continue Reading →

Give Me Your Hand

Some days the Holy Spirit has a way of delivering what you need when you need it! Previous to my appointment to St Aidan's four years ago, I was rector of a wonderful community of people in Tecumseh, St Mark's... Continue Reading →

Mercy Trumps Judgement

[As always, your comments, thoughts, and feedback would be most welcome]  A Sermon Dedicated to Alan Kurdi As the lifeless body is dead, so faith without actions is dead. Who among us was not deeply impacted by the image if... Continue Reading →

May Strength take hold of You

Today is the 5th Sunday After Epiphany. My Homily Today focused on how the healing work of Jesus was really about becoming more human. Here is the Audio Jean Vanier - Becoming Human I know a man who lives in... Continue Reading →

The Baptism of Jesus

Today was the Feast of the Baptism of Jesus. My Sermon focussed on how very beloved we are. The audio file is here... please offer your thoughts in the comments section...

We are Prophets of a Future Not our Own

On this day in 1980, the Voice of the Voiceless, Archbishop Oscar Romero was gunned down and killed as he celebrated the Mass in a hospital chapel in El Salvador.  Romero was a man of great courage who knew that... Continue Reading →

HELP! There’s a Monster in my bedroom!

Welcome back! I have been off of blogging since just before Christmas.  As we would say in Newfoundland – “I was taking a spell.” I also took a two-week spell from my community as I visited my family in the... Continue Reading →

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