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  • Montreal service marks centennial of Armenian Genocide
    Armenian Genocide remembered
  • Breaking the stigma of addiction
  • The continuing story
    The continuing story
  • Clergy question military mission
    Clergy question military mission
  • Earth Day message
    Earth Day message
  • The value of Murdoch Mysteries
    The value of Murdoch Mysteries
  • 'Climate of hope'
    'Climate of hope'
  • Writing of love and loss
    Writing of love and loss
  • Montreal service marks centennial of Armenian Genocide
  • Breaking the stigma of addiction
  • The continuing story
  • Clergy question military mission
  • Earth Day message
  • The value of Murdoch Mysteries
  • 'Climate of hope'
  • Writing of love and loss

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  • Anglican Journal offices closed for Easter

    Anglican Journal offices closed for Easter
    The offices of the Anglican Journal will be closed April 3rd and April 6th for the celebration of Good Friday and Easter. Staff will be back in on Tuesday morning. Have a blessed Triduum!
    Anglican Journal staff
    Posted April, 02 2015
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  • Anglicans prepare to celebrate the Great Triduum

    Anglicans prepare to celebrate the Great Triduum
    This weekend, many of the world’s more than two billion Christians will celebrate one of the most important rites in the Christian calendar: Easter.
    By André Forget
    Posted April, 02 2015
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  • Being Easter people

    Being Easter people

    April is here and for those fortunate enough to be surrounded by caring family or friends, there is much to celebrate—both sacred and secular.

    By Marites N. Sison
    Posted April, 02 2015
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  • PWRDF sends aid to Vanuatu

    PWRDF sends aid to Vanuatu
    The Primate’s World Relief and Development Fund (PWRDF) announced an initial grant of $20,000 in relief funds for the South Pacific island nation of Vanuatu after Cyclone Pam caused massive destruction on March 13.
    Anglican Journal staff
    Posted April, 01 2015
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  • Climate change ‘the most urgent moral issue of our day’

    Climate change ‘the most urgent moral issue of our day’
    Seventeen bishops representing 15 provinces of the Anglican Communion are urging Anglicans across the world to recognize climate change as “the most urgent moral issue of our day.”
    By André Forget
    Posted April, 01 2015
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  • A generation lost

    A generation lost

    There was a general feeling amongst the elderly in the community that a whole generation was being lost. Their adult children had fallen away, and their grandchildren knew nothing of the faith at all. One of them proclaimed, “O sir…our children are growing up faithless and our little ones have never been baptized!” 

    Daniel Graves
    Posted March, 31 2015
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  • Brandon bishop announces retirement

    Brandon bishop announces retirement
    On Palm Sunday, Bishop James Njegovan of the diocese of Brandon announced in a pastoral letter that effective July 31, 2015, he will be retiring after 13-and-a half-years of episcopal service.
    By André Forget
    Posted March, 31 2015
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  • Window of opportunity

    Window of opportunity
    The newspaper’s website, anglicanjournal.com, has launched Eyewitness, Special Coverage of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC). The web page compiles the newspaper’s extensive and award-winning coverage of the TRC national events, beginning in 2010 in Winnipeg.
    By Marites N. Sison
    Posted March, 31 2015
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  • African primates issue statement on sexuality

    African primates issue statement on sexuality
    The Council of Anglican Provinces of Africa (CAPA) has urged Anglican churches in the West to “refrain from making unilateral decisions” regarding human sexuality, saying it will further divisions in the Anglican Communion.
    Anglican Journal staff
    Posted March, 26 2015
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  • Taking pride in the ‘mother church’ for Canadian Anglicans

    Taking pride in the ‘mother church’ for Canadian Anglicans
    Although it has been three decades since I lived in Quebec City, and eight decades since my mother left her home there, I am and will always be a Quebecer, in the true sense of the word. I have family and friends whom I love to visit, and my parents and ancestors all found their final resting place at Mount Hermon Cemetery on the edge of the Saint Lawrence River in Sillery. I subscribe to the Quebec Chronicle-Telegraph, and read about people whom I barely know, or have never met, with great interest.  
    Andrew Caddell
    Posted March, 26 2015
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