March 28 – Wednesday in Holy Week7.30pm: TenebraeResponsaries – WillanPsalms 4, 24, 27, 51 Benedictus – Nanini in falsobordoni184, 330 March 28 – Maundy Thursday7.30pm: Choral Eucharist and Stripping of the SancuturyMissa l’hora passa – ViadanaPsalm 116: 1, 10-17View me, Lord, a work of thine – Lloyd O Sacred Feast – Willan511, 508, 497, 64 […]
The Penal Cross – Sarah Petite
The large crucifix that hangs on the pillar in Christ Church Cathedral during the last two weeks before Easter is an adaptation of an Irish traditional form known as the “Penal Cross.” One given to me many years ago hangs in my home, and gave me inspiration for my large version. The original is simple […]
Celebrating Women – February 2018
On a warm and sunny February afternoon – yes we did have some of those! – approximately 35 women gathered at the Cathedral Hall to hear Kathleen Snow’s presentation entitled Women Making a Difference – Where We are Planted. Most Christ Church Cathedral congregation members know Kathleen as our Parish Nurse, a member of the […]
Easter 2018 Pastoral Letter
Lent 2018 Dear Friends in Christ, The season of Lent, with its “lent”hening days, reminds us of the coming of wondrous gifts of springtime when the earth returns to vitality after a life-limiting winter. The winter season is the harshest and most difficult in our climate and most of us are quite ready to see […]
Bishop and Chapter News – March 2018
Bishop and Chapter met on Monday, 19 March 2018 with ten of twelve usual members present. J. McGarry was welcomed to the Chapter. Minutes of 19 February 2018 regular meeting and 24 February 2018 following the Annual, were reviewed and adopted. The Dean shared a video created by Creation Matters (Diocese of Ottawa) entitled “Mission […]
What’s a Walking Taco? – 22 March 2018 at 6:00 p.m.
Twenty-one people from the diocese are going to Toronto in late April. They will spend the week with the poor and needy, do chores and help wherever they can, spreading the gospel and doing good works. But don’t call it a mission trip. We’re rebranding “We’re rebranding,” said Colin McDonald, director of youth and intergenerational […]
Youth Devotional from PWRDF
The Primate’s World Relief and Development Fund, seeking to build a truly just, healthy and peaceful world, works in 28 countries with a variety of local partners and covers a wide spectrum in the field of international development. We hope that this devotional will help you explore the history of PWRDF as well as the […]
Music Monthly – March 2018
Sunday 4 March – Third in Lent10.00: Choral Eucharist (BAS)Rejoice in the Lord alway – Anon. 16th centuryGerman Mass – SchubertPsalm 19View me, Lord, a work of thine – Lloyd253, 291, 527, 479, 602Choral Song – S.S. Wesley 4.00: Choral Evensong (BCP)Smith ResponsesPsalm 34Weelkes’ Short ServiceOut of the deep – Morley175, 607, 347Introduction & Passacaglia […]
A new Mothers’ Union book of prayers!
The Central Fundraising & Communications (F&C) Committee of Mothers’ Union has produced a new prayer book for its members – ‘words for every occasion to encourage and inspire, whether in public services, branch devotions or personal prayer time.’ This is the story of the little team that could! God gives us more than we can […]
Ending Homelessness: How can the Fredericton Anglican community help?
The community of Fredericton is working to drastically change the way we collectively respond to homelessness through the implementation of a multiyear Plan to End Homelessness developed through collective planning by non-profits, different orders of government and community members. The $10 million Plan, The Road Home, will work to house and support 267 chronic and […]