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  • Making real the joy of faith
    Making real the joy of faith
  • A journey like no other
    A journey like no other
  • Spotlight on ecumenism
    Spotlight on ecumenism
  • Welby visit a 'good' one
    Welby visit a 'good' one
  • Welby explains gays and violence in Africa remarks
    Welby explains gays and violence in Africa remarks
  • Former priest, diocese sued
    Former priest, diocese sued
  • Welbys visit Canadian offices
    Welbys visit Canadian offices
  • The Canterbury visits
    The Canterbury visits
  • Making real the joy of faith
  • A journey like no other
  • Spotlight on ecumenism
  • Welby visit a 'good' one
  • Welby explains gays and violence in Africa remarks
  • Former priest, diocese sued
  • Welbys visit Canadian offices
  • The Canterbury visits

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  • Archbishop of Canterbury awaited in Canada

    Archbishop of Canterbury awaited in Canada
    Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby and his wife, Caroline, are expected to arrive in Canada on Monday, April 7, for a “ personal, pastoral visit,” with Archbishop Fred Hiltz, primate of the Anglican Church of Canada.
    Anglican Journal staff
    Posted April, 03 2014
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  • Acting director of communications appointed

    Acting director of communications appointed
    Michael Thompson, general secretary of the Anglican Church of Canada, announced today that effective immediately he will also serve as acting director of General Synod’s Communications and Information Resources department.
    Anglican Journal staff
    Posted April, 01 2014
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  • TRC chair: ‘Mutual respect’ key to reconciliation

    TRC chair: ‘Mutual respect’  key to reconciliation

    The seventh and final national event of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada (TRC), which is being held in Edmonton, will focus its conversations on reconciliation. Photo: Erin Green/General Synod Communications      The seventh and final national…

    By Marites N. Sison
    Posted March, 28 2014
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  • Anglicans reflect on impact of TRC events

    Anglicans reflect on impact of TRC events
    For National Indigenous Anglican Bishop Mark MacDonald, participating in the national events of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada (TRC) has been “a strange mixture of Good Friday and Easter.”
    By Marites N. Sison
    Posted March, 27 2014
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  • Church remembers missing & murdered native women

     Church remembers missing & murdered native women
    The Anglican Church of Canada has pledged to help break the silence about the plight of missing and murdered aboriginal women, even as it urged its faithful to uphold victims, their families and communities in prayer.
    Anglican Journal staff
    Posted March, 26 2014
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  • 'Our apology hasn't been empty'

    'Our apology hasn't been empty'
    Over time, in so many different places and at different times, Anglican Healing Fund co-ordinator Esther Wesley kept hearing people refer to “apologies, empty apologies” whenever they talked about issues related to the sad legacy of Indian residential schools in Canada.
    By Marites N. Sison
    Posted March, 25 2014
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  • Bishops to discuss climate change

    Bishops to discuss climate change

    Archbishop Thabo Makgoba, primate of the Anglican Church of Southern Africa, has invited 20 bishops from the Anglican Communion to join him in a “process of discussion and discernment” about what churches can do in the face of climate change and ecological degradation. 

    Anglican Journal staff
    Posted March, 25 2014
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  • Faith groups sign accord to combat modern slavery, human trafficking

    Faith groups sign accord to combat modern slavery, human trafficking
    For the first time in history, Anglican, Roman Catholic and Muslim leaders have agreed to work together to combat modern slavery and human trafficking, calling them “crimes against humanity.”
    Anglican Journal staff
    Posted March, 21 2014
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  • Fraud charges withdrawn in Brandon

    Fraud charges withdrawn in Brandon

    The diocese of Brandon issued a letter informing parishioners that on March 10, the Crown withdrew charges against the Rev. Noah Njegovan.

    Noah James Bernard Njegovan was the former executive archdeacon of the Anglican diocese of Brandon - See more at: http://www.anglicanjournal.com/articles/brandon-priest-charged-with-fraud#sthash.LqWQlidy.dpufThe letter, which was read to parishioners across the diocese in churches on Sunday, March 16, explained that a withdrawal of charges is not the same as a dismissal of charges, or a stay of charges, which would have meant that the Crown does not intend to proceed. The Crown is able to withdraw the charges without losing the ability to proceed against Njegovan at a later date.

     

    Anglican Journal staff
    Posted March, 21 2014
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  • Brave new republic

    Brave new republic

    The high hopes for peace and prosperity that rang in the birth of the world's youngest country in July 2011 have been dashed by armed clashes between government soldiers, rebel militias and tribal loyalists. Since the latest conflict erupted last December, thousands of civilians have been raped or killed and hundreds of thousands have fled their homes. 

    By Diana Swift
    Posted March, 21 2014
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