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Congregational Meeting with the Bishop



Congregational Meeting with the Bishop

A congregational meeting will be held at the request of the Bishop from 6:30-7:30 p.m. on Thursday, 25 April. The meeting will be held in Cathedral Memorial Hall. All members of the congregation are invited to attend this follow-up to the November 2023 meeting about the cathedral building. Minutes from that meeting can be found […]

Toccata from Symphony No 5 by C.M. Widor



Toccata from Symphony No 5 by C.M. Widor

The Symphony for Organ No. 5 in F minor, Op. 42, No. 1, was composed by Charles-Marie Widor in 1879. The full symphony lasts for about 35 minutes. The fifth movement, in F major, is often referred to as just Widor’s Toccata because it is his most famous piece. It lasts around six minutes. Its […]

Jesus Christ Conquers



Jesus Christ Conquers

ησο ς Χριστὸς νικ is the Greek that in English is often written IC XC NIKA. This symbolism is perhaps most appropriate to the Easter season and important at any celebration of the Resurrection such as a funeral or memorial – “Jesus Christ conquers.” The IC and XC are the first and last letters in […]

Guided Autobiographical Narrative Group



Guided Autobiographical Narrative Group

It’s your story to tell! The Cathedral Guided Autobiographical Narrative Group will encourage story-sharing across generations as a way to strengthen the fabric of community and family life. We plan to host 10 sessions in total, with the first of the 5 weekly sessions starting in the Spring, and the final 5 weekly sessions starting […]

Gather for tea, treats and treasures



Gather for tea, treats and treasures

The Cathedral Health Ministry and Anglican Church Women (ACW) invite you to attend a Spring gathering in the Cathedral. Join us on Tuesday, 23 April from 2:00-3:30 p.m. Enjoy tea, treats and treasures. You’ll have the opportunity to view rarely-seen historical treasures from the Cathedral! The Cathedral is wheelchair accessible. All are welcome. Donations of […]

Spirituality of Easter



Spirituality of Easter

Wednesday afternoon spirituality sessions at Cathedral Memorial Hall will continue through Eastertide, 2:00-3:00 p.m. The sessions will maintain the now-customary basic structure of a “Celtic Threshold Gathering” — which comprises a simple regular sequence of elements, informed by a specific theme for the day/week. Four of the seven Spirituality of Easter sessions will have as […]

Faith Seeking Understanding: Reflections by Canadian Anglicans



Faith Seeking Understanding: Reflections by Canadian Anglicans

Canada is one of few countries in the world where medical assistance in dying (MAiD) is a legal option—and the number of permitted contexts (terminal illness, chronic illness, mental illness) is increasing. Faith Seeking Understanding: Medical Assistance in Dying is a resource to assist theologically-focused discussions and to increase understanding of the realities of MAiD. […]