Archive for October 2016

Does the Church still aspire to make saints?

This is an amazing and timely statement by some Anglican Millennials and Gen-Xers — those in their twenties or early thirties. It is thought-provoking. It says a lot about the Church and offers signs of hope. It is worth the read. Background: In the mid-1800’s in England, a series of 90 Tracts were published over…

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The latest was the greatest… dinner and loonie auction

On Monday, 24 October, the parish hosted its eighth and final Annual Roast Beef Dinner and Loonie Auction event.  Because of the success of this sold-out event over the years, the parish has been able to provide a cumulative total of over 15 thousand dollars to local school breakfast programmes so that children, who would not otherwise…

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Final Loonie Auction and Dinner — the latest and greatest

Monday, 24 October, 5:30 pm Complete Roast Beef Dinner Silent Auction Loonie Auction Tickets $ 20.00 … 705-657-2572 (by reservation only) On 24 October, our parish will hold its Eighth and Final Annual Roast Beef Dinner and Loonie Auction in the parish hall. Because of the success of this event over the years, we have been…

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Learning, understanding… reconciling … opportunity at Trent University

Sunday, 23 October, 7-10 pm Wenjack Theatre, Ottonabee College Trent University directions New Gord Downie film ‘Secret Path’ devoted to First Nations boy who died running away from residential school Chanie Wenjack’s story ‘haunts me,’ Tragically Hip lead singer says on CBC This event is to shed light on the story of Chanie Wenjack – his…

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