Fri. Nov. 25, 9 am – 3 pm Quiet Day on the mystery of the Eucharist, led by Fr. Matthew Johnson with music by Messiaen played by Gerald Harder. For more details and to register email Heather Graber at: [email protected] Contribution $10 (voluntary)
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Remembrance Day falls on Friday of this week, when we shall remember before God all those, civilian and military, who lost their lives in the two World Wars of the twentieth century, the first of them inappropriately called “the war to end all wars”, and in conflict since. It is indeed a time to honour […]
Trick or treat — I don’t know about you, but I was not allowed to when I was a child. Rumours of terrible tricks spread in whispers at school. One year my sister and I attended a “Crazy Colours Party,” hosted in place of a Halloween party by a local evangelical group that came to […]
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This week on Facebook, I was bombarded with an ad for a type of journal that promises success through goal setting and claims to be based on the habits of “real life, most successful professionals.” I was eventually persuaded to click on the link when one of the pictures displayed a beautiful leather bound book. […]
Due to the continuing COVID-19 outbreak, there will be no Sung Mass in St. James’ on Sundays. During this time, the Sunday Liturgy at Home via Zoom will be offered at 10:30 am. Be sure that the Church’s prayer continues, for the Downtown Eastside, our medical services, and for an end to this pandemic. For details of Sunday Worship via Zoom and other updates, please see the NEWS section.