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Marks Musings

“As the dust settles …”

Posted on: July 17th, 2019

As I write these words of musing this week, I am also attentive to the last moments of General Synod ending this afternoon in Vancouver. There is no doubt that this has been a tumultuous week with much emotion and grief out of the debate and vote on the marriage canon on Friday evening. I […]

“What God sees …”

Posted on: July 4th, 2019

When we look at the world around us … what do we see? Where is our attention drawn? How do we feel about ourselves and others who are around us, especially those who may differ from us? Where do we find joy and delight? Do we find joy and delight? Do we see ourselves, all […]

Ordinary Time …

Posted on: June 26th, 2019

We are entering the time in our church year we know as “ordinary time”. This liturgical season goes from Pentecost in June to the Reign of Christ the end of November. It is the longest of the seasons in our church year. Read More

Raptor Mania!!

Posted on: June 19th, 2019

This week, we witnessed an overwhelming enthusiasm as we together as a nation and city rallied around the Raptors in their journey to become NBA Champions. Even non basketball fans, like myself, were drawn in to the excitement. Many of us likely even watched those last nail biting minutes of game 6. And, although we […]

Taking my own advice!

Posted on: June 15th, 2019

This past week, I found myself realizing that I needed to take my own advice that I’d been giving over 30 years of ministry. It was the first anniversary of my father’s death. The day itself seemed to pass without much event except the awareness of what had happened a year ago. But emotionally, I […]


Posted on: June 5th, 2019

I was pleasantly surprised when I realized that three trees in our side and back yard flowered into gorgeous blossoms. I hadn’t remembered that from past years so I had to take a second look. Read More

Faith Lessons from Winnie the Pooh

Posted on: May 26th, 2019

The stories of Winnie the Pooh and his friends are whimsical and entertaining especially for children. However, there are important lessons about life and faith we can learn through the innocence and simplicity of the stories. Read More

“Time Flies When You’re Having fun!!”

Posted on: May 15th, 2019

This past week, I celebrated the 30th anniversary of my ordination as a Deacon and the 29th anniversary of my ordination as a priest. Each year, I honor these days with some nostalgia of where I have been and all God has invited me to do in the parishes where I have served. As the […]

Well done good and faithful servant!

Posted on: May 8th, 2019

During Holy Week, Jean Vanier, a renowned theologian and faithful follower of Jesus Christ was moved into palliative care. In many ways it was so appropriate that as he marked the week of passion, suffering, death and resurrection, Jean was on another stage of his own journey that would bring him to the ultimate hope […]

Let’s play … follow the leader!”

Posted on: April 10th, 2019

I remember as a child playing the game “follow the leader”. The idea of course was to mimic everything the leader did … go where he/she went … run when they ran … walk when they walked … raising a hand when they raised theirs … stopping in our tracks when the stopped … holding a […]

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