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  • Inequality as injustice
    Inequality as injustice
  • Celebrating the covenant
    Celebrating the covenant
  • Welby’s and West’s recipes for justice
    Welby’s and West’s recipes for justice
  • Disconnect to reconnect
    Disconnect to reconnect
  • Should lines be drawn?
    Should lines be drawn?
  • Portrait of a leader
    Portrait of a leader
  • Two-state solution is over, says activist
    Two-state solution over, says activist
  • Journal launches special TRC web page
    Journal launches TRC web page
  • Inequality as injustice
  • Celebrating the covenant
  • Welby’s and West’s recipes for justice
  • Disconnect to reconnect
  • Should lines be drawn?
  • Portrait of a leader
  • Two-state solution is over, says activist
  • Journal launches special TRC web page

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  • Je Suis Charlie isn’t all that complicated

    Je Suis Charlie isn’t all that complicated
     The New York Times estimates that nearly 1.6 million people marched in solidarity through the streets of Paris this past weekend. World leaders linked arms—Christians, Muslims and Jews alike—Francois Hollande, Benjamin Netanyahu, Ibrahim Boubackar Keita, Angela Merkel and Mahmoud Abbas, to name a few.
    Michelle Hauser
    Posted January, 12 2015
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  • A misfit soars on a dragon’s back: Learning from outsiders in How to Train Your Dragon 2

    A misfit soars on a dragon’s back: Learning from outsiders in How to Train Your Dragon 2
    Like its first-rate 2010 predecessorthe animated fantasy adventure How to Train Your Dragon 2 will bring tears of joy to the faces of those moved by the sight of a boy atop a jet-black dragon soaring into the clouds and swooping down toward the glistening sea.
    By John Arkelian
    Posted January, 12 2015
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  • Haiti quake anniversary an ‘opportunity for thanksgiving’

    Haiti quake anniversary an ‘opportunity for thanksgiving’

    Episcopal Church Presiding Bishop Katharine Jefferts Schori said on Thursday that while much work remains to be done five years after the devastating earthquake that struck Haiti on Jan. 12, 2010, there is also much that can be celebrated.

    Staff
    Posted January, 09 2015
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  • Chester Ronning: A model of faith and politics

    Chester Ronning: A model of faith and politics
    Thirty-five years ago, after having migrated to Alberta from points east, I first encountered the name Chester Ronning. 
    Wayne Holst
    Posted January, 09 2015
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  • Disciplinary process begins for Maryland suffragan in fatal accident

    Disciplinary process begins for Maryland suffragan in fatal accident
    Diocese of Maryland Bishop Suffragan Heather Cook remains on administrative leave and The Episcopal Church’s disciplinary processes have been put in motion after her involvement in a fatal car accident in which she temporarily left the scene after striking and killing a bicyclist.
    By Mary Frances Schjonberg, Episcopal News Service
    Posted January, 08 2015
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  • Religious leaders condemn Paris attack

    Religious leaders condemn Paris attack
    Religious leaders around the world today swiftly condemned an attack on the Paris-based magazine Charlie Hebdo. Twelve people were killed and 10 others injured by gunmen, believed to be Islamist extremists, who stormed the magazine’s offices.
    Anglican Journal staff
    Posted January, 07 2015
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  • The grace of prayer

    The grace of prayer
    On Sunday, January 18, the Feast of the Confession of Peter, I will join Bishop Geoff Peddle in Upper Island Cove, Nfld., to celebrate with the faithful in Christ their 200th anniversary as a parish. It will be the first anniversary of his consecration as a bishop and the 20th of my own.
    By Fred Hiltz
    Posted January, 06 2015
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  • Jonah's journey to Nineveh, and mine

    Jonah's journey to Nineveh, and mine
    A call to serve as part of my Christian faith has nagged at me since childhood.  I grew up Mennonite in southern Manitoba, and the obligation to serve was welded into our conscience from an early age. Having been an Anglican for almost 30 years now, I think of myself as a “Manglican.” 


    Eric Friesen
    Posted January, 06 2015
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  • Creativity in thrall to moral nihilism

    Creativity in thrall to moral nihilism
    The five novels (at least two more are planned) that comprise George R.R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire series defied conventional cinematic adaptation: with numerous characters, far-flung locations (everything from deserts to great cities to a wintry wasteland) and complex plots, each of the books was too involved to fit within the confines of even a long movie.
    By John Arkelian
    Posted January, 06 2015
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  • Ethical investment: 'not just avoiding the bad'

    Ethical investment: 'not just avoiding the bad'
    Whether it is the Rockefeller family joining a campaign to withdraw $50 billion from fossil fuel investments over the next five years or the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement pushing for changes in Israeli policies toward Palestine, many people are thinking and talking about where they don’t want to put their money.
    By Leigh Anne Williams
    Posted January, 05 2015
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