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  • Reconciliation goes beyond residential schools, forum argues
    Reconciliation goes 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
  • 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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  • Church leaders express solidarity with Coptic Church

    Church leaders express solidarity with Coptic Church
    Anglican Church of Canada leaders have expressed their solidarity and offered prayers to the Coptic Church following the beheading of 21 Egyptian Coptic Christians by the self-proclaimed Islamic State (ISIS) in Libya.
    Anglican Journal staff
    Posted February, 20 2015
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  • Gods, kings and a bellicose boy

    Gods, kings and a bellicose boy
    “The Lord is a man of war,” says the book of Exodus, and those six words inform the new dramatization of the mass exodus of 400,000 Jews from their captivity in Egypt around 1300 BC. In Exodus: Gods and Kings God tells Moses “I need a general.”
    By John Arkelian
    Posted February, 19 2015
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  • Seeing with the 'eye of the soul'

    Seeing with the 'eye of the soul'
    Not many books use a potato to explain spiritual wholeness but Father Luke Bell manages to do this and more inThe Meaning of Blue: Recovering a Contemplative Spirit. As a monk-priest at Quarr Abbey on the UK’s Isle of Wight, Bell is well placed to teach us about contemplation and potatoes.
    By Jane Christmas
    Posted February, 19 2015
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  • Microfinance group offers RRSPs

    Microfinance group offers RRSPs
    As the March 1 deadline for buying RRSPs for the 2014 tax year quickly approaches, Oikocredit Canada has announced that, for the first time, people in Ontario can invest in microfinance projects in developing countries as a part of their registered retirement savings plans.
    By Leigh Anne Williams
    Posted February, 18 2015
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  • Welby calls for prayer in wake of terror attacks

    Welby calls for prayer in wake of terror attacks
    In the aftermath of separate incidents of violence in Denmark, Libya and Nigeria this past weekend, Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby has issued a statement calling for “deep compassion for the bereaved and killed” and prayers for world peace.
    Anglican Journal staff
    Posted February, 18 2015
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  • An online journey into Lent

    An online journey into Lent
    The Anglican Church of Canada has created a web page with a wide range of resources to help Canadian Anglicans observe Lent, the 40-day period leading up to Easter.
    Anglican Journal staff
    Posted February, 17 2015
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  • Moral injury and the future of Canada

    Moral injury and the future of Canada
    In recent years, it has been more widely recognized that there are a number of not immediately recognized costs to participation in war. Post-traumatic stress disorder is the most well-known and understood psychological war wound, but a new category of psychological war injury has emerged: moral injury. This refers to the negative consequences of observing and participating in the massive and systemic moral breakdown associated, especially, with war.
    By Mark MacDonald
    Posted February, 17 2015
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  • A model for intra-faith dialogue

    A model for intra-faith dialogue
    The world seems full of conflict, even warfare, associated with religion today.
    Wayne Holst
    Posted February, 17 2015
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  • Growing food, caring for creation

    Growing food, caring for creation
    Jerremie Clyde has a passion for food—for growing it in a way that is healthy for the people who eat it, for the planet and for a just sharing of God-given bounty.
    By Leigh Anne Williams
    Posted February, 17 2015
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  • Church supports national anti-poverty campaign

    Church supports national anti-poverty campaign

    Faith groups, including the Anglican Church of Canada, have thrown their support behind Dignity for All, a national campaign that urges Ottawa to legislate an anti-poverty plan that will address the plight of 4.8 million Canadians who struggle to make ends meet.

     

    Anglican Journal staff
    Posted February, 13 2015
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