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The Spirit of Archbishop Robert John Renison
that same aisle, walking in Renison’s footsteps, I almost felt his spirit accompanying me. And I began to think of all the parts of Canada he touched and improved. Following his work in the North at Moosonee, a river and a railway stop were named for him. Christ Church, Vancouver became a cathedral due to his untiring work. As Bishop of Athabasca, he touched the lives of residents over a 200,000 square mile area, and when he returned to Toronto, his weekly column in the Globe and Mail influenced both Anglican and non-Anglican readers alike.