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  • Church urged not to change marriage policy
    Church urged not to change marriage policy
  • Bishop of Cuba thankful for ‘bridges of hope’
    Bishop of Cuba thankful for ‘bridges of hope’
  • The gift of traditional healing
    The gift of traditional healing
  • Opening doors for Cuba
    Opening doors for Cuba
  • Prayers for Peshawar
    Prayers for Peshawar
  • Take courage
    Take courage
  • Foundation backs five youth projects
    Foundation backs five youth projects
  • The vocabulary of prayer
    The vocabulary of prayer
  • Church urged not to change marriage policy
  • Bishop of Cuba thankful for ‘bridges of hope’
  • The gift of traditional healing
  • Opening doors for Cuba
  • Prayers for Peshawar
  • Take courage
  • Foundation backs five youth projects
  • The vocabulary of prayer

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  • A meaningful Christmas

    A meaningful Christmas
    The Anglican Journal asked readers to tell us about things they have done that have made Christmas more meaningful. Here are some stories.
    Anglican Journal staff
    Posted December, 08 2014
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  • Brazil leads 2015 Week of Prayer

    Brazil leads 2015 Week of Prayer
    Each year, a writing team from a different country prepares liturgical materials and resources to be used internationally for the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity, observed annually from Jan. 18 to 25.
    By Leigh Anne Williams
    Posted December, 08 2014
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  • Archdeacon receives honorary doctorate

    Archdeacon receives honorary doctorate
    The executive archdeacon of the Anglican diocese of New Westminster, Douglas Fenton, has been conferred an honorary doctor of divinity by St. John’s College, in the campus of the University of Manitoba.
    Wayne Chose
    Posted December, 04 2014
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  • Turning a new leaf

    Turning a new leaf

    The Bible has a number of passages about new beginnings, including Isaiah 43:19, Isaiah 43:19: “Behold, I am doing a new thing; now it springs forth, do you not perceive it? I will make a way in the wilderness and rivers in the desert.”

    Staff
    Posted December, 04 2014
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  • Faith across generations

    Faith across generations
    To this day I can still picture myself climbing the stairs of Toronto’s Roy Thomson Hall toward the balcony. It was in the highest heights of that concert hall that I encountered The Messiah for the first time. By the time I was seven or eight years old, it had become family tradition to yearly immerse ourselves in George Frideric Handel’s masterpiece.
    By Andrew Stephens-Rennie
    Posted December, 04 2014
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  • Jesus through a Muslim lens

    Jesus through a Muslim lens
    How credible is a book about the historical Jesus written by a Muslim? About as credible as many Christian titles when one considers the wide range of what is available today. 
    Wayne Holst
    Posted December, 04 2014
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  • Priest chronicles recovery in video blog

    Priest chronicles recovery in video blog
    On July 19, the Rev. Canon Virginia “Ginny” Doctor, indigenous ministries co-ordinator for the Anglican Church of Canada, began to have difficulty breathing after suffering from flu-like symptoms for a week. She was taken to hospital in Hagersville, Ont., not far from where she lives, and slipped into a coma that would last two weeks.
    By André Forget
    Posted December, 04 2014
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  • Why ACNA isn’t an ecumenical partner—yet

    Why ACNA isn’t an ecumenical partner—yet
    Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby recently articulated his understanding of the status of the Anglican Church in North America (ACNA), formed in 2009 by a coalition of a dozen groups that chose to break communion with the Anglican Church of Canada and, in the United States, with The Episcopal Church.
    Bruce Myers
    Posted December, 04 2014
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  • Niagara parish builds nativity float for Santa Claus parade

    Niagara parish builds nativity float for Santa Claus parade
    The Rev. Sue-Ann Ward of Grace Anglican Church in Waterdown, Ont., wants to remind her community that Christmas isn’t really about Santa filling stockings or presents under the tree. “Christmas is about God coming into the world to be among us, to guide us, ultimately to sacrifice himself for us,” she said. 
    Sara Tatelman
    Posted December, 03 2014
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  • The Interview: "Ecumenism is hard work"

    The Interview: "Ecumenism is hard work"
    The Very Rev. Hon. Lois Wilson is an outspoken anti-poverty activist, a critic of political oppression and an advocate for the environment, and she is also a woman who has spent her career building bridges in Canada and abroad between people of various faiths and none who want to see the advent of a more just world.
    By André Forget
    Posted December, 03 2014
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