RT @antonioguterres Let us work to eliminate old messages of hatred; the false attitude that we can accept some and exclude others simply for how they look. Let us eliminate racial discrimination. bit.ly/2HSQObg
Member of Parliament for Timmins-James Bay, author, activist for Indigenous rights. Mr. Angus is well qualified to speak on our two themes: the fight for equal rights for First Nations children and the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples.
Morning Prayer: Ps 131, 132, ; Ex 7:25—8:19; 2 Cor 3:7–18; Coll 295Holy Eucharist: As Sunday, except: Gen 17:3–9; Ps 105:1–9; Jn 8:51–59 OR com Thomas Ken, Bishop of Bath and Wells, 1711: Common of a Pastor 435 or FAS 121; 2 Sam 12:1–9a; Ps 145:8–15; Lk 6:20–31; Preface of LentEvening Prayer: Ps 140, 142; […]
Morning Prayer: Ps 137:1–6 (7–9), 144; Ex 10:21–11:8; 2 Cor 4:13–18; Coll 295Holy Eucharist: As Sunday, except: Ezek 37:21b–28; C8 or Ps 121; Jn 11:45–57 OR com Cyril of Jerusalem transferred from 18 March (Violet): Common of Teachers of the Faith 436 or FAS 113; Wis 7:7,11–14; Ps 119:33–40; Jn 6:26–35; Preface of LentEvening Prayer: […]
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Bottom right is St. James. The picture is found in the Saturday, July 30, 1938 Whig Standard under the title “Many Beautiful Church Buildings Have Been Erected in Kingston.” These newspaper pages were donated by Sharon Duce.