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Music Monthly – December 2018



Music Monthly – December 2018

December 2 – First Sunday of Advent 10.00: Choral Eucharist (BAS) Great Litany Missa Secunda – Hassler Psalm 25:1-9 Rejoice in the Lord alway – Anon. 16th century 88, 178 (439), 546, 96, 560 Passacaglia in C minor BWV 582 – Bach 4.00: Advent Procession with the Great “O” Antiphons Matin Responsory – Palestrina Canite […]

A Creative Advent and Christmas?



A Creative Advent and Christmas?

26 Ideas for Advent (with Sybil MacBeth) Advent is a season of anticipation, of holy waiting . It is a waiting characterized not by idleness or even contented peace, but by prophetic yieldedness and active hope. Perhaps more than any other season in the Christian calendar, Advent acknowledges the already-and-not-yet nature of the Kingdom

Bishop and Chapter News – November 2018



Bishop and Chapter News – November 2018

Bishop and Chapter met on Monday, 19 November 2018 with eight of a usual twelve members present. The Dean lead discussion on an article “Financial Transparency” from the Episcopal Church Foundation. Business Arising • Nominating Committee – membership: C. Schmidt, T. Fetter and G. Hall. Working to secure nominations for 2019 elections • Verger resignation […]

2018 Christmas Angels



2018 Christmas Angels

This year’s crop of angels has arrived at the Cathedral! Paper angels from the Fredericton Food Bank are waiting to be chosen from small trees in the cathedral and in the hall foyer. Each of the 60 angels indicates a specific gift for a needy boy or girl in our city. Unwrapped gifts, with the […]

Workshop delves into future of diocesan, Cathedral buildings



Workshop delves into future of diocesan, Cathedral buildings

Workshop delves into future of diocesan, Cathedral buildings About 40 people gathered on Oct. 18 for an investigative tour and thinking session as part of the National Trust’s annual conference, held in Fredericton this year.The National Trust is a registered charity established in 1973 by the Government of Canada, dedicated to promoting the conservation,…

Let’s talk religion and politics



Let’s talk religion and politics

Let’s talk about religion and politics! Mission & Outreach Team and UNB present lectures on religion in the public squareAbout 35 people came out on Oct. 10 for a noon-hour talk called Having Faith in Citizenship: The Place of Religion in the Public Square.It was held at Christ Church (Parish) Church, organized by the Mission […]

Opportunity Knocks – National Trust Conference 2018



Opportunity Knocks – National Trust Conference 2018

The National Trust for Canada “helps Canadians save places that matter.” The annual National Trust conference is Canada’s largest heritage learning and networking event. Held in a different part of Canada every year, this national conference brings together a wide-range of people keeping Canada’s heritage alive: from grassroots advocates, professionals and planners, to elected officials, […]