Happy Canada Day!

I praise you, Father, Lord of heaven and earth, because you have hidden these things from the wise and learned, and revealed them to little children

Matthew 11, 25

Today’s reading is taken from Matthew 11: 16-19, 25-30. Innocence, humbleness, purity, meekness are dimensions from which children are naturally connected to God. Jesus draws special attention to the fact that we cannot know God by praising our wisdom and highly spiritual state. Instead, the true path to know God is through the direct personal experience with Jesus Christ. He reveals his deep relationship with his father. A simple, and yet profound revelation, challenging for the mind, refreshing for the heart. Savor his words and watch a compelling, unexpected suggestion.

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St Andrew’s community wishes you have had a wonderful Canada Day

Maribel and Martin paying homage to Canada (alternative link)

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Septima Clark is probably

“the most powerful woman you have ever heard of…”

Martin Luther King called her “the architect of the Civil Rights Movement”, she created what was known as Citizenship Schools, and was the teacher of remarkable, courageous women among which Rosa Parks was the most well-known.

“She said Septima Clark was the one who taught her the peaceful act of resistance. And when she sat down, she inspired a nations to stand”.

Cybersecurity is a set of practices that will have a space on our website as more and more of our daily routines have begun to take place on the internet.

Today’s reminder: If you are asked to click a link in an email, first make sure the link is authentic by hovering (not clicking) on it.

Learn about the different ways in which you can collaborate. We are always grateful for your contribution through our account in Canada Helps.