Monthly Archives: January 2012

Epiphany, St. Paul and Robbie Burns

Today is the 20th day of Epiphany. That means that we are almost half-way to Lent.  Epiphany is a time that allows us to become aware of the Lord’s presence in the world. It is also a time when we can focus on the ministry of Jesus, both when He was on … Continue reading

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A Rainy Day

It’s hard to believe that it’s the middle of January here on Ontario’s South Coast. The rain and milder temperatures make it feel more like a West Coast winter. Today it has been raining most of the day — I … Continue reading

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Winter’s Here

I’m not the biggest fan of winter, but it looks as though it has finally arrived on Ontario’s South Coast. The snow started last night and the ground is now covered. I shovelled snow for the first time this winter today. … Continue reading

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White Rabbits

When I was growing up at the beginning of every month the very first thing that my mother would say would be “white rabbits”. It was also important to say it at the very beginning of a new year. Apparently, if … Continue reading

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