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Embracing the Darkness

Features // April 2, 2015

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By Major Cathie Harris Anything that becomes overly familiar and repetitive can lose its significance. This can even happen with our celebration of Easter, the central event of the Christian faith. We need to find ways to slow down and contemplate, in deep and fresh ways, the significance of Jesus’ journey to the cross. One […]

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Gearing Down in an Age of Speed

Features // March 21, 2015

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Kenton Lobe and Caroline Chartrand harvest their hand-pollinated squashes.  (Photo: Contributed) -

By AndrĂ© Forget Staff Writer, Anglican Journal In the modern world, most of us live highly specialized lives. We generally assume that it is more efficient to trade our time for pay and then to pay other people for their time rather than doing things like growing food and making clothes ourselves. But there is […]

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