They range in age from five-years-old to eleven. Before Tuesday this week, many of them had never met, some had never darkened the door of a church.

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Why church?

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The cost of love is the inevitability of loss.

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It may only last minutes. Sometimes it will go on for hours, days, weeks, months, even years.

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The heartbreaking news is passed on indirectly as these things so often are. I do not know the family and have no real connection to their lives.

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Phyllis Webstad was born in 1967 on the land of the Stswecem’c Xgat’tem First Nation Dog Creek Indian Band. As a small child, she lived with her grandmother southwest of Williams Lake, BC on the east side of the Fraser River.

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Dear Ruth,

Tomorrow you will enter ordained ministry in the Anglican Church of Canada.

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On Sunday 17 June 2018 at St. Philip, Oak Bay, UVic Chaplain Ruth Dantzer preached a sermon in which she spoke about the journey she has taken towards her ordination that will take place at Christ Church Cathedral on Friday 29 June.

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