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Archbishop Collins Resumes Lectio Divina this Sunday

September 19, 2008
img_7568.jpgIf you're in the Toronto area this weekend, I would suggest stopping by St. Michael's Cathedral Sunday, September 21st, for Archbishop Thomas Collins' Lectio Divina.
After a two month summer break, the Archbishop is back with a new season of Lectio focusing on St. Paul. For the first edition, His Grace will be reflecting on Acts 9:1-22.
With exception of this month, Lectio Divina is held ever second Sunday of the month and begins with Vespers at 7pm, followed by the actual Lectio Divina at around 7:30pm.
Salt + Light will also be present filming the event, and as per usual it will be broadcast the following Sunday.
For more information on the Archbishop Collins' Lectio Divina, complete with video introduction, visit the Archdiocese of Toronto website HERE.

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