By John Bonnar, Rabble.ca | August 15, 2009 They held candles, bowed their heads and observed a moment of silence for the men, women and children who died of homelessness… Read More »Homeless memorial remembers those who died on the streets
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FOURTH SUNDAY IN ADVENT. “the word of god” and “the church of god” the NfiCKSSARV MEANS OF SALVATION. St. John, XV, 5. ” I am the Vine, ye are the… Read More »The Necessary Means of Salvation – Advent 1868
THIED SUNDAY m ADVENT. THE KI’A.SONABLENESS OF ACCEPTING THE OHTJBCH’s UTTEBPIB- TATION OF HOLY SCRIPTURES. I Timothy, III, 15. ” The Church, which is the pillar and ground of tho… Read More »The Reasonableness of Accepting the Other’s Interpretation of Holy Scriptures – Advent 1868
SECOND SUNDAY IN ADVENT, 1868. god’s word made of none effect by man’s tradition. St. Mark VII, 13. •’ Making the word of God of none effect through your traditions.”… Read More »God’s Word Made of None Effect by Man’s Tradition – Advent 1868
ADVENT SUNDAY, 1868. BY WILLIAM STEWART DARLING, RECTOR ASSISTANT. Isaiah II, 19. “And they shall go into the holes of the rocks and into the caves of the earth for… Read More »The Solemnities of the Last Great Day – Advent 1868