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  • Provincial synod votes for change
    Provincial synod votes for change
  • Changing marriage canon would “abrade ecclesial trust,” ARC warns
    ARC weighs in on marriage canon
  • Bishop Duncan Douglas Wallace, 1938-2015
    Bishop Duncan Wallace, 1938-2015
  • ‘Thankful, honored and blessed’ Presiding Bishop-elect Curry addresses the media
    TEC elects new Presiding Bishop
  • Primate to visit diocese of Yukon
    Primate to visit diocese of Yukon
  • Examine mission of church: archbishop
    'Examine mission of church'
  • Beamsville church a hub for migrant workers
    Church a hub for migrant workers
  • Richness and refugees in Port Colborne
    Richness and refugees in Niagara
  • Pastoral resource on assisted suicide to be released in November
    Resource due this fall
  • Provincial synod votes for change
  • Changing marriage canon would “abrade ecclesial trust,” ARC warns
  • Bishop Duncan Douglas Wallace, 1938-2015
  • ‘Thankful, honored and blessed’ Presiding Bishop-elect Curry addresses the media
  • Primate to visit diocese of Yukon
  • Examine mission of church: archbishop
  • Beamsville church a hub for migrant workers
  • Richness and refugees in Port Colborne
  • Pastoral resource on assisted suicide to be released in November



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  • Huron's Bishop Dance announces retirement

    Huron's Bishop Dance announces retirement
    The Rt. Rev. Terrance A. Dance, suffragan bishop of the diocese of Huron announced last week that he will be retiring as of December 31, 2015. 
    By André Forget
    Posted June, 22 2015
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  • Making it explicit

    Making it explicit
    Part of my explanation for why I became a priest is that God knew I would be a lousy Christian otherwise.
    By Rhonda Waters
    Posted June, 22 2015
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  • Niagara Anglicans protest cuts to refugee health care

    Niagara Anglicans protest cuts to refugee health care
    Cries of “care not cuts!” echoed down Hamilton’s King St. West as a group of protestors marched around Jackson Square as part of the National Day of Action to protest cuts made to refugee health care in 2012.
    By André Forget
    Posted June, 18 2015
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  • What's next for the churches, after the TRC

    What's next for the churches, after the TRC
    The national attention paid to the publication of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s final report in the past few weeks represents a tipping point in the way Canada’s First Nations people relate to the rest of us.
    Wayne Holst
    Posted June, 18 2015
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  • Bishops apologize for Japanese-Canadian priest’s abuse

    Bishops apologize for Japanese-Canadian priest’s abuse
    For more than 50 years, the late Goichi Gordon Nakayama served as an Anglican priest in the dioceses of Calgary and New Westminster. But the outwardly affable Japanese-born canon was an abusive priest, who preyed sexually on young boys in his spiritual care. 
    By Diana Swift
    Posted June, 17 2015
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  • The dark side of the Pan American Games

    The dark side of the Pan American Games

    When the Pan American and Parapan American Games come to Toronto this summer, there is concern among some faith groups and NGOs that they will bring with them more than athletes and spectators. 

    André Forget
    Posted June, 16 2015
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  • Beyond metaphors

    Beyond metaphors

    Recently, I had a conversation with an Indigenous friend and theologian. We discussed the Indigenous experience of salvation in Christ, knowing that some folks are a bit nervous about such language. We agreed that the Indigenous experience of the Gospel has a particular character: salvation is almost always experienced as tangible and practical freedom from very present and oppressive forces.

     

    Mark MacDonald
    Posted June, 16 2015
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  • Dear editor...

    Dear editor...
    “Why does Lincoln get 250 and the rest of us a measly 150?”
    Marites N. Sison
    Posted June, 16 2015
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  • Getting to know one another

    Getting to know one another

    It took the Rev. Canon Rod BrantFrancis and the Rev. Lisa BrantFrancis 19 hours to drive from their parish in northern Quebec to their new companion parish in Toronto for the first time in April, but the story of these two parishes coming together actually has its beginnings much farther away.

    Leigh Anne Williams
    Posted June, 16 2015
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  • In a league of their own

    In a league of their own
    In the diminutive maritime town of Mahone Bay, N.S. (pop. 1,000), a youth tradition begun in 1960 is still going strong: the Church Boys' League (CBL), headquartered at the picturesque, red-and-white Anglican church of St. James. And while there used to be a number of such Anglican-affiliated leagues across Canada, the St. James CBL may be the last of its kind.
    By Diana Swift
    Posted June, 16 2015
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