Sister Doreen’s Reflections The Angel of Sardis to the Church (Revelation 3: 1-8) The angel of Sardis who sees right through our lives and our works holds out a challenge of growing in attentiveness and
Sister Doreen’s Reflections The Angel of Thyatira to the Church (Revelation 2: 18-29) The angel of Thyatira who speaks with eyes of fire and feet of bronze holds out a challenge about gentleness and mindfulness,
Sister Doreen’s Reflections The Angel of Pergamum to the Church (Revelation 2: 12-17) The angel of Pergamum who speaks with a sharp-biting sword holds out the challenge of faithfulness and the gift of patience and
Sister Doreen’s Reflections The Angel of Ephesus to the church(Revelation 2: 1-7) The angel of Ephesus who speaks words of affirmation and encouragement and holds out the challenge of learning to live in the present,
August 15, 2023 Reflection by Archbishop Fred Hiltz In her book, “Full of Grace: Encountering Mary in Faith, Art and Life”, Judith Dupré writes, “Through the centuries Mary’s historical identity has become a living canvas
Sunday, August 20, 2023 – Pentecost 12 By the Rev’d Canon Andrea Budgey Readings: Isaiah 56.1, 6-8; Psalm 67; Romans 11.1-2a, 29-32; Matthew 15.21-28 A few years ago, youth delegates to Toronto’s diocesan Synod
The Sisterhood of St. John the Divine is a contemporary expression of the religious life for women within the Anglican Church of Canada. We were founded in Toronto in 1884. Our Mother House, St. John’s Convent, continues to be in Toronto.