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The Little Santas Who Could

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Photo: Photo by Keith Boeckner

They were little Santas.  Then, in this advent season, they gave birth to something beyond themselves.  

Doctors Without Borders in Haiti

Dr. Joanne Liu, a former student at Champlain St. Lawrence College, paid this year's students a greatly appreciated visit in October.

Christmas Celebrations

Members of my congregation are presently getting ready for our annual bilingual Christmas Eve celebration. There will be music – with professional musicians and a guest soloist. There will be scripture readings – in both official languages. There will be prayers – also in both official languages.

A Commentary on English School System in Quebec

As the first decade of the new millennium ends, it may be an opportune moment to consider the English school system in Quebec, most particularly, in Montreal.

Report on Synod 2010 Anglican Diocese of Quebec

Delivered on Sunday, December 12, 2010, at St. John The Evangelist Church, Portneuf

The Battle of the St. Lawrence, Part 4

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Photo: Sub-Lieutenant David Lewis

On November 27 in Port-aux-Basque, NL, the Canadian Navy honoured the 90 crewmembers of HMCS SHAWINIGAN lost during the Battle of the St. Lawrence. This is the fourth of five articles about this event.  Condensed from an article by SLt Gordon Laco.

The Search for HMCS Shawinigan

Au Royaume du Père Noël [Photo]

A spiritual home

Today we need to befriend religious questions rather than dismiss or psychologize them. If we attempt an honest questioning of the underlying assumptions to our religious and spiritual beliefs which we have identified as a problem for us in the spiritual life, we are often frustrated.

Who is Santa Claus, anyway?

In the late 1930s I was the only grandchild on the maternal side of our family, and most certainly the apple of my grandfather Brathwaite's eye.

Memorials and Things of Fame for December 15, 2010

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