This document in PDF format Issued on The Feast of the Visit of the Blessed Virgin Mary to Elizabeth, May 31, 2022 First revision effective Memorial of Justin Martyr, June 1, 2022 Second revision effective on the Feast of St. John the Baptist, June 24, 2022 The two stages of protocol-revision represent our belief that, […]
A personal message from Archbishop Anne welcoming us back into the house of the Lord as we prepare to re-open our buildings for in-person worship. Download this file for local use: (right click to save to your hard drive) Standard Definition 360p High Definition 720p High Definition 1080p For more information and resources on the […]
The provincial House of Bishops has decided that our churches will not be reopening for in-person worship until at least September. This decision was made in consultation with public health experts as well as our diocesan executive officers and chancellors, with the well-being and safety of all our parishioners and the communities we serve uppermost […]
“Its object is to give humankind relaxation from continuous and unending toil and by refreshing their bodies to send them out renewed into their old activities. A breathing spell enables ordinary people to collect their strength with a stronger force behind them to undertake each of the tasks set before them.” (Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel: […]
Dear friends in Christ, What a true blessing it was to join together from all parts of our vast ecclesiastical province for a special online worship celebration! On the Day of Pentecost we are reminded that God’s love has been poured into our hearts, and we pray for the Holy Spirit to come and renew […]
On that final night, his meal was formal: lamb with bitter leaves of endive, chervil, bread with olive oil and jars of wine. Now on Tiberias’ shores he grills a carp and catfish breakfast on a charcoal fire. This is not hunger, this is resurrection: He eats because he can, and wants to taste the […]
Dear friends, In the past week, I have met via teleconference with the Executive Committee of Algoma as well as with Diocesan Leaders and Regional Deans in Moosonee. This week I am meeting via teleconference with clergy, wardens, and treasurers to share information relating to the care of ourselves, each other, and our buildings during […]
The Diocese of Moosonee straddles both northern Ontario and Northwestern Quebec
covering some 560,000 sq kms, second to the Diocese of the Arctic in geographic size.
It is one of the great historic missionary areas of the Anglican Communion and of early
Canada with records dating back to 1780.
Diocese of Moosonee Administrative Office 2 – 113 B Third Street West, Cochrane, ON P0L 1C0 Phone: 705-272-4310 Fax: 705-272-4932