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  • Big care on campus
    Big care on campus
  • Hope Bear goes to college
    Hope Bear goes to college
  • 'Church.'No.' 'God.' 'Ah!'
    'Church.'No.' 'God.' 'Ah!'
  • Coffee, cookies and compassion
    Coffee, cookies and compassion
  • Bugandan P.M. visits Canadian church
    Bugandan P.M. visits Canadian church
  • 'Crimes against humanity' in Iraq
    'Crimes against humanity' in Iraq
  • Primate pays tribute to deacons
    Primate pays tribute to deacons
  • The rising tide of anti-Semitism
  • Big care on campus
  • Hope Bear goes to college
  • 'Church.'No.' 'God.' 'Ah!'
  • Coffee, cookies and compassion
  • Bugandan P.M. visits Canadian church
  • 'Crimes against humanity' in Iraq
  • Primate pays tribute to deacons
  • The rising tide of anti-Semitism

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  • Big care on campus

    Big care on campus
    For all its benefits, university can be an unsettling experience for young adults. Some are living away from the familiar shelter of home and community for the first time. Some will encounter ideas that shake their long-held religious beliefs, while others will be struggling with their sexual identity. 
    By Diana Swift
    Posted September, 01 2014
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  • Free coffee, cookies and a compassionate ear

    Free coffee, cookies and a compassionate ear
    Devout Hindu Mohit Kallaria, a master’s student from southern India, considers Dalhousie University’s multi-faith chaplaincy service a lifesaver. 
    By Diana Swift
    Posted September, 01 2014
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  • 'Church.'No.' 'God.' 'Ah!'

    'Church.'No.'  'God.' 'Ah!'
    Declining resources side, the cultural diversity of today’s campus can be daunting, especially for a new chaplain.
    By Diana Swift
    Posted August, 29 2014
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  • Hope Bear goes to college

    Hope Bear goes to college
    The Anglican Foundation of Canada's Kids Helping Kids Fund has a special Hope Bear for college and university students. College Bear comes with a hand-knitted scarf depicting the colours of a student's college/university and a special prayer card. 
    Anglican Journal staff
    Posted August, 29 2014
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  • Bugandan P.M. visits Canadian church

    Bugandan P.M. visits Canadian church
    The prime minister and a delegation of officials from the Kingdom of Buganda in Uganda visited the national offices of the Anglican Church of Canada in Toronto today, as a part of the Canadian leg of an international tour to the U.K., Sweden, Canada and the U.S.
    By Leigh Anne Williams
    Posted August, 29 2014
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  • Priest loses ministry licence

    Priest loses ministry licence

      St. John the Evangelist in Topsail, Conception Bay South, Nfld., where John Dinn was former rector.  Photo: Courtesy of St. John the Evangelist  The diocese of Eastern Newfoundland and Labrador has revoked John Dinn’s licence to practise ordained ministry in…

    By Diana Swift
    Posted August, 27 2014
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  • Groups deplore 'crimes against humanity' in Iraq

    Groups deplore 'crimes against humanity' in Iraq

    Residents flee Mosul, where the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS/ISIL) has given Christians and other minority groups an ultimatum: convert to Islam, pay an exorbitant tax or be executed. Photo: UNHCR/Inge Colijn Eleven international Christian and Muslim groups have…

    Anglican Journal staff
    Posted August, 25 2014
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  • Primate pays tribute to deacons

    Primate pays tribute to deacons

      Deacons are "the feet, the hands, the heart, the voice of Jesus…you are that salt, that flavours for good, " Archbishop Fred Hiltz told members of the Association of Anglican Deacons in Canada, which met recently in Halifax. Photo: Cydney Proctor The Association of…

    By Cydney Proctor
    Posted August, 22 2014
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  • The rising tide of anti-Semitism

    The rising tide of anti-Semitism

    Berlin: “Jews to the gas!”
    Paris: “Death to the Jews!”
    Milan: “Nuremberg trial for Israel!’
    Montreal: “The Diaspora is scattered around the world where they take economic control, provoke the hatred of local nations...They make Washington, Paris and Ottawa submit.”

    By Diana Swift
    Posted August, 20 2014
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  • Confusion, relief over residential school ruling

    Confusion, relief over residential school ruling

    Some former students of Indian residential schools are concerned and confused about an Aug. 7 Ontario Superior Court ruling that testimony about the abuse they suffered in the schools should be destroyed after 15 years unless individuals agree to provide their personal information to the National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation.

    By Leigh Anne Williams
    Posted August, 20 2014
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