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  • Gearing down in an age of speed
    Gearing down in an age of speed
  • Reconciliation goes beyond residential schools, forum argues
    Beyond residential schools
  • Exhibit focuses on Ottawa’s homeless
    Exhibit focuses on Ottawa’s homeless
  • The flying bishop
    The flying bishop
  • Care for Syrian refugees
    Care for Syrian refugees
  • A richer life with less
    A richer life with less
  • New church building a 'command centre' for ministry
    A 'command centre' for ministry
  • 'Eco-bishops' gather in Cape Town for climate summit
    ‘Eco-bishops’ gather in Cape Town
  • Gearing down in an age of speed
  • Reconciliation goes beyond residential schools, forum argues
  • Exhibit focuses on Ottawa’s homeless
  • The flying bishop
  • Care for Syrian refugees
  • A richer life with less
  • New church building a 'command centre' for ministry
  • 'Eco-bishops' gather in Cape Town for climate summit

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  • Gearing down in an age of speed

    Gearing down in an age of speed
    In the modern world, most of us live highly specialized lives. We generally assume that it is more efficient to trade our time for pay and then to pay other people for their time rather than doing things like growing food and making clothes ourselves. 
    By André Forget
    Posted February, 27 2015
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  • Reconciliation goes beyond residential schools, says forum

    Reconciliation goes beyond residential schools, says forum

    The now-defunct Indian residential school system may be one of the most well-known examples of how imperialism has done deep damage to Canada’s First Nations, but it was only a symptom of a larger problem.

     

    By André Forget
    Posted February, 26 2015
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  • Photo exhibit focuses on Ottawa’s homeless

    Photo exhibit focuses on Ottawa’s homeless
    The homeless are largely invisible in society. Some are on the streets, but passersby rarely acknowledge them.
    Beatrice Paez
    Posted February, 25 2015
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  • The flying bishop

    The flying bishop
    Rod Andrews knows what it is to be forever connected to a chunk of land and a way of life. There’s a special quality in his voice when he talks about the family farm, on Alberta's Coal Trail between Delburne and Red Deer.
    By Shirley Byers
    Posted February, 25 2015
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  • PWRDF sends extra money to Egypt for Syrian refugees

    PWRDF sends extra money to Egypt for Syrian refugees
    The Primate’s World Relief and Development Fund (PWRDF) has sent an additional $21,000 to its long-time partner, Refuge Egypt, to help care for an influx of Syrian refugees who have fled to Cairo, adding to the already large population of refugees in the city, mostly from Sudan and South Sudan.
    Anglican Journal Staff
    Posted February, 25 2015
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  • Living a richer life with less

    Living a richer life with less
    Edmonton doctor Jeff Gusdal says that he recently calculated that he and his wife, Hanae Kiyooka, could have been among the “one percenters,” the wealthiest segment of the world’s population. 
    By Leigh Anne Williams
    Posted February, 25 2015
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  • New church building a 'command centre' for ministry

    New church building a 'command centre' for ministry
    The Rev. Sam Rose, rector at St. Michael and All Angels in St. John’s, Nfld., laughs as he tells an old joke about how many Anglicans it takes to change a light bulb. “Change?” says one of the Anglicans “My grandfather gave us that light bulb—why do we need to change it?”
    By André Forget
    Posted February, 24 2015
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  • Climate change behind brutal winter, says Christian scientist

     Climate change behind brutal winter, says Christian scientist
    In a winter when much of Canada has endured frigid temperatures and heavy snowfall, it may be hard for some to take climate change seriously.
    By Debra Fieguth
    Posted February, 23 2015
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  • ‘Eco-bishops’ gather in Cape Town for climate summit

    ‘Eco-bishops’ gather in Cape Town for climate summit
    From February 23rd to 27th, Bishop Jane Alexander of the diocese of Edmonton and National Indigenous Anglican Bishop Mark MacDonald will join 15 other bishops from across the Anglican Communion in Cape Town, South Africa, to discuss ways in which the Anglican Church can respond concretely to the issue of climate change. 
    By André Forget
    Posted February, 23 2015
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  • Sacred experimentation

    Sacred experimentation
    Twelve years ago, I conducted an experiment to find out if I was called to a life of ordained ministry in the church. The context of the experiment was the first Montreal Ministry Internship (or Challenge as it was called then), an intensive summer discernment program for young adults that was run by the Montreal Diocesan Theological College.
    By Rhonda Waters
    Posted February, 23 2015
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