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  • So Long... For Now
    Dear Readers,Thank you for enjoying and supporting The Archivist’s Pencil. We have loved bringing you our favourite stories, intriguing mysteries, entertaining letters, and exciting finds. As a team our understanding of the history of the Catholic Archdiocese of Toronto and of Catholicism has grown as we have jumped down rabbit-holes of research to share with […]
  • Happy Handwriting Day!
    Today is National Handwriting Day in the United States.The significance of this annual event has perhaps shifted in an era where official records are increasingly being created, authenticated, transmitted, and stored digitally.Despite the shift towards electronic records, our sacramental records continue to be handwritten. These are some of the Archdiocese’s most important records that act […]
  • "Give us a brief heart-space to see no sight, Save the One Star in all the crowded night"
    Anne Sutherland Brooks was born in Guelph, Ontario, on July 14, 1900. Although Presbyterian, she attended the Catholic Loretto Academy, as well as the Guelph Collegiate Institute. Following this, she earned her teacher's certificate at the London Normal School.By her mid-twenties, Anne began to attract attention as a poet, with her verses being published in numerous periodicals across Canada, the United […]