A group of Anglican and Roman Catholic bishops have acknowledged both churches’ failure to protect children, women and indigenous peoples.
Advent— a time for sober reflection. Or, for joyous celebration. A time when the church commemorates the role of women in the gospel story. Or, virtually ignores women, spending much more time with an Old Testament prophet and a strange desert visionary than with the “mother of God.”
In 2017, the Anglican Church of Canada will hold a national consultation to discuss the current status of relations between the Indigenous and non-Indigenous people within the Anglican Church of Canada.
The Anglican Church of Canada needs to recognize the unique challenges lay people face in participating in church at the national level, Katie Puxley told Council of General Synod (CoGS) in her November 20 reflection.
The Anglican Church of Canada and United Church of Canada ought to work more closely together in the here-and-now despite their outstanding theological differences, a recently released report by an ecumenical panel of the two churches recommends.