The Great Priesting

You may be forgiven for asking what God was up to this year in Winnipeg. We had the harshest winter since 1898, and at one point, our city was colder than     the surface of Mars. There were even rumours that the colloquial phrase, “when Hell freezes over” should be replaced

Tunes for Toonies

Over the gurgle of soft drinks, the sizzle of burgers and the decadent plop of freshly fried doughnuts into cinnamon sugar, the strains of a Bach cantata bounce off the walls. It’s followed by a jig that animates the diners in the food court. And as Bill Derksen, a former

New beginnings

Letter from the editor   I’m Allison Chubb, your new editor. You may have seen me around the diocese; I was ordained priest in June and am chaplain at St. John’s College.Over the summer, I’ve been working with a media and editorial consultant to take apart the pieces of Rupert’s

Living the dream

One of those moments Arriving in the midst of a heavy downpour, wet and trying to figure out where we needed to go, I was left wondering – was this really a good idea after all? Months before, and after much discernment, a decision was made to pursue my long

Apprenticing with Jesus

Pastoral note for September As I was preparing a sermon for the Feast of St. Peter and St. Paul in June, I came across an article adapted from The Divine Conspiracy: Rediscovering Our Hidden Lives in God, by Dallas Willard. I confess that I was not familiar with this work

Looking ahead | September edition

Letter from the Cathedral Glory to God, whose power, working in us, can do infinitely more than we can ask or imagine. Generations of the faithful have come and gone in Rupert’s Land, yet God continues to be at work, building a new thing which is more than we can

CURRENT ISSUE

This month’s issue is centred around the theme: a new climate.

Contributions include an exploration of food security and food relief issues, reflections on ordination, a visioning of a Downtown Green Corridor in Winnipeg, and a consideration of the experiences of Synod delegates in our Diocese.

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