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  • The “Surrender Novena” – Fr. Don Dolindo Ruotolo (1882-1970)

    The “Surrender Novena” – Fr. Don Dolindo Ruotolo (1882-1970)

    "O Jesus, I surrender myself to you, take care of everything!" Dolindo Ruotolo was the Italian Roman Catholic priest known for the "spirituality of surrender." A "novena" is a series of nine days of prayer and reflection.  The 'Surrender Novena" captures the essence of both the prayer and the approach. …Read More »
  • Summer Outreach

    Summer Outreach

    The Cathedral's monthly Outreach Program is an initiative that helps many people in our community. On the last Monday of each month, people in need are invited to visit Cathedral Memorial Hall. They receive a $10 grocery store gift card or bus tickets and a goodie bag containing fresh fruit, …Read More »
  • Making Anglican prayer beads

    Making Anglican prayer beads

    The Cathedral's Spirituality of the Seasons group met to make their own prayer beads on the afternoon of Wednesday, 22 May. Originally scheduled as a Spirituality of Easter session, the date was postponed into Pentecost. Due to the popularity of the varied sessions, gatherings have extended but will break before …Read More »
  • Reflections on the Second Sunday after Penetecost (Proper 9 Year B)

    Reflections on the Second Sunday after Penetecost (Proper 9 Year B)

    1 SAMUEL 3:1-10 (11-20); PSALM 139:1-5, 12-17; 2 CORINTHIANS 4:5-12; MARK 2:23-3:6 “Now the Lord came and stood there, calling as before, ‘Samuel! Samuel!’ And Samuel said, “Speak, for your servant is listening.” 1 Samuel 3:10 One might be tempted to identify God himself as the deepest mystery of faith. …Read More »
  • 2024 Memorial Hall Stair lift project

    2024 Memorial Hall Stair lift project

    At the direction of Bishop and Chapter we're moving forward on a project to replace the north entrance stair lift at Memorial Hall. At the moment, we're inaccessible for those confined to a wheelchair or unable to negotiate the stairs. Our hope is installation by the end of summer. The …Read More »
  • Saying YES! to kids camping

    Saying YES! to kids camping

    THREE CAMPS, ONE UNFORGETTABLE SUMMER! This year the Diocese of Fredericton is joining the Anglican Foundation of Canada's Say Yes! to Kids movement with our very own Diocese of Fredericton Says Yes! to Camping Ministry fundraising team. The Diocese of Fredericton is blessed with Camp Medley, Camp Brookwood, and the St. Michael’s Youth Conference, all …Read More »
  • Spend the summer as a Cathedral Tour Guide!

    Spend the summer as a Cathedral Tour Guide!

    Do you love history and enjoy meeting new people? Apply for a summer job as a Cathedral Tour Guide! Christ Church Cathedral in Fredericton, New Brunswick is pleased to once again open its doors for tours this summer. We are seeking a part-time tour guide to work alongside our Lead …Read More »
  • Bishop and Chapter News – May 2024

    Bishop and Chapter News – May 2024

    Bishop and Chapter met on 21 May 2024 with 11 of 12 members present, Archbishop Edwards, chair. Minutes of 13 March, and special purpose meetings 09 April, 24 April, 01 May were adopted. An article entitled “5 Ways to Minimize the Stress of Pastor and Employee Evaluations” by Sarai Rice …Read More »
  • Congregational Meeting

    Congregational Meeting

    The Dean has called a congregational meeting on Sunday, 16 June 2024 following 10:30 a.m. worship. Find details of a report to Bishop and Chapter from representatives of the group investigating a public foundation option in the May 2024 Bishop and Chapter News. The agenda will address a request from …Read More »
  • A note from our Sexton

    A note from our Sexton

    Our Sexton, Ashley Swim, completed his time in the position on 17 May. He shared this message: "Thanks for all the kind words and gifts. I appreciate it beyond words. Thanks to the cathedral for having me. It's been a very positive experience and I will miss working there. I …Read More »
  • Living with Dying

    Living with Dying

    A five-part presentation and conversation series called 'Living with Dying' will held in the Cathedral on five consecutive Wednesday evenings in May and June. The series will consider many of the important topics related to death and the dying process. Topics will include: End of life care options (with presentations …Read More »
  • Thy Kingdom Come 2024

    Thy Kingdom Come 2024

    Thy Kingdom Come is a global prayer movement that invites Christians around the world to pray for more people to come to know Jesus. What started in 2016 as an invitation from the Archbishops of Canterbury and York to the Church of England has grown into an international and ecumenical …Read More »