There are times when we each bump up against our own rules in very telling ways. Recently this happened to me while I drove from my home to the cathedral, a trip that takes me over the bridge between West Kelowna and Kelowna.
Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby has invited the 37 primates (senior archbishops) of the Anglican Communion to a face-to-face meeting in Canterbury in January 2016.
The past decade has not been an easy one for the diocese of Niagara. Beset by financial woes, theological divisions over the place of gays and lesbians in the church and a series of lawsuits from parishes that left the diocese to join the breakaway Anglican Network in Canada, diocesan leadership has faced challenging times.
Did I swim the Tiber or was it a walk to Canterbury? Not sure. It felt at the time more like some sort of ersatz inferno.
The image of the body of three-year-old Alan Kurdi, a Syrian refugee, washed up on a Turkish shore, has galvanized outpourings of grief around the world and led many to ask why more isn’t being done to help vulnerable refugees.
The city of Toronto is looking at a raft of new measures to make refugee settlement faster and easier after its mayor, John Tory, met with a number of faith-based groups this morning.
Tali Folkins, a reporter with extensive experience in print journalism, joined the Anglican Journal as a staff writer on September 9.
On September 9, at 12:30 p.m., ET, Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II will surpass her great-great-grandmother, Queen Victoria, as the longest-reigning monarch in British history. Victoria surpassed the almost 60-year reign of King George III on Sept. 23, 1896.
Under smoke-choked skies and winds that were carrying the Washington state wildfire residue over southern Alberta, a group gathered August 27-29 at St. Barnabas Anglican Church in Calgary to explore, discuss and observe solutions to food scarcity, food security and food sovereignty.