With 118 wildfires continuing to burn in northern Saskatchewan—some expected to burn until autumn or even the first snow—the Anglican Church of Canada is providing financial aid for victims.
In one of the earliest memories I have of my father’s mother, Dorothy Campbell, she is an outline of herself, back-lit by the upstairs window of an old farm house, bending over a creaky iron bed, her ear within a few inches of the wrinkled lips of the oldest person my young eyes have ever seen.
Archbishop Fred Hiltz, primate of the Anglican Church of Canada, gave a moving eulogy at a July 8 celebratory memorial for Canon (lay) Robert “Bob” Falby, QC, who died June 8.
Bishop’s Court, empty for 18 months, will soon become a home again — this time to university students.
Last month, Rome was the venue of the 50-year anniversary of the Joint Working Group (JWG) of the World Council of Churches (WCC) and the Roman Catholic Church (RCC).
For decades, the economy of the American coastal city of Richmond, Va., was dominated by the slave trade, of which Richmond was a major hub. The city was a focal point in an infamous transatlantic triangle comprising Britain, Ghana and the United States.
The Ecclesiastical Province of Canada wound up its 47th session of synod with a motion that was as close to disbanding as it could get.
Bishop Duncan Douglas Wallace, 10th bishop of the diocese of Qu’Appelle, passed away in Regina from cancer on June 22 following a short illness.
Church’s 27th – and first African-American – presiding bishop-elect, Michael Curry fielded a range of media questions with characteristic humility and humor June 27 and said he intends to build on the good work of his predecessor “because that’s the way the Spirit works.”