Jesus’s last instruction to his apprentices is often known as the Great Commission: “Go and make disciples.” But what if we translated that into the language of the trade school?
New episodes of Season 4 will be showing in movie theatres throughout February ahead of their television broadcast and availability through the show’s dedicated streaming site and app.
Beliefs Euthanasia is the deliberate killing of someone by action or omission, with or without that person’s consent, for what are claimed to be compassionate reasons. Assisted suicide is counselling, abetting, or an act of aiding someone to kill himself or herself. Members of the Coalition believe that euthanasia and assisted suicide should be treated […]
The World Day of Prayer is a global ecumenical movement led by Christian women who welcome you to join in prayer and action for peace and justice. The women who wrote the World Day of Prayer Service this year are from Palestine. The Theme is “I Beg You… Bear with one another in Love” based […]
One of the items on Kurt Schmidt’s to-do list for 2024 is a youth pilgrimage to Grand Manan Island. Tentatively set for the Victoria Day weekend, the diocese’s half-time Director of Young Adult Formation hopes to lead 6-12 young people and chaperones in hikes, Eucharist, prayer and worship. It was at the September new clergy […]
14 February – 23 March 2024 During the Season of Lent, all members of the Cathedral congregation are encouraged to consider individual or small group study or reflection. The 40 days of Lent are an excellent time to take on a discipline of deeper reflection on the Christian life, growing personally in discipleship as well […]
Faith is a way of life that acquires its layers and contours incrementally, often imperceptibly. Jason and I retreated to the ICU waiting room to talk about his mother’s precipitous decline. Moments earlier the attending physician had spoken of her imminent death. “Six to 12 hours—maybe,” he said. I wanted to chat with Jason. Marie […]
On Sunday 14 January, middle school members of Cathedral Youth Group — along with a smattering of friends, parents and younger siblings — took advantage of lovely winter conditions and went for an evening skate around Fredericton’s newest ice track at Officers’ Square. Warm apple cider and cookies were also enjoyed. Such a blessing and […]
Did you know that faith-full young adults hang out in the Cathedral on some Friday nights?! That’s right — since September, a small group of YA-types (people aged between 19 and 30) have been getting together at the Cathedral for biweekly ‘Friday Night Lights’ gatherings. These gatherings comprise food, fun, fellowship and faith in an […]
Jake McGlothin says it’s only logical that the two most important social institutions in our society should work together. He outlines what churches can share with schools as well as how engagement with schools can positively impact a congregation. https://www.churchleadership.com/leading-ideas/mutual-benefits-church-school-partnerships/?utm_source=cc&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=LI20240110