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January 31, 2007

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Roberto

I already miss Archbishop Collins and I am sure many more miss him in his old diocese of Edmonton. Every time he visited our Parish (and it was often, he is so close to his sheep) he taught us something simple and profound and made us laugh heartily as he did that.

Toronto: you have received a great gift, use it well by listening to the new shepherd.

Did you know that Abp Collins always carries with him a pocket miniature edition of the Bible covered in red cloth? That's because he believes the Bible should be ... read :)

Tony

I too, as an Edmontonian, miss Archbishop Collins. But it is so good that he is in Toronto. I think he will do wonderful things for the Church in Canada.
Cheers from Edmonton, Canada.
Tony

Tony

I too, as an Edmontonian, miss Archbishop Collins. But it is so good that he is in Toronto. I think he will do wonderful things for the Church in Canada.
Cheers from Edmonton, Canada.
Tony

Rose

I love our new Archbishop already; he reminds me a great deal of our Holy Father Benedict (I have to use this style of name because I've noticed that EWTN and Salt and Light still refer to JPII as the Holy Father.)

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