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  • Rois listed in top 100
    Rois listed in top 100
  • Pilgrimage looks at Anglican responses to homelessness
    Pilgrimage looks at Anglican responses to homelessness
  • Joint Assembly planned for 2019
    Joint Assembly planned for 2019
  • Conference targets human trafficking
    Conference targets human trafficking
  • 'The public square has been emptied out'
    'The public square has been emptied out'
  • 'We can hold that diversity'
    'We can hold that diversity'
  • 'Nevertheless'
    'Nevertheless'
  • Beeswax and sweetgrass
    Beeswax and sweetgrass
  • Rois listed in top 100
  • Pilgrimage looks at Anglican responses to homelessness
  • Joint Assembly planned for 2019
  • Conference targets human trafficking
  • 'The public square has been emptied out'
  • 'We can hold that diversity'
  • 'Nevertheless'
  • Beeswax and sweetgrass

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  • Anglican priest honoured for his commitment to volunteering

    Anglican priest honoured for his commitment to volunteering
    For some, volunteering is a spare-time activity—a way to meet new friends, or feel more involved in the community. For the Rev. William H. Steinman of St. Catharine’s, Ont., it is a lifestyle.
    By André Forget
    Posted November, 13 2014
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  • Indigenous well-being integral to planet’s

    Indigenous well-being integral to planet’s

    Reflecting on his experience at the UN World Conference on Indigenous Peoples, National Indigenous Anglican Bishop Mark MacDonald said that in spite of the reservations expressed by the Canadian government about the document that renewed the international commitment to the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, there was much to be celebrated and heartened by.


     

    By Leigh Anne Williams
    Posted November, 12 2014
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  • Foundation gives kids a lift

    Foundation gives kids a lift
    The Anglican Foundation has formed a new partnership with Hope Air to help children and youth in need of medical care fly to the cities where they need to go for treatments. 
    By Leigh Anne Williams
    Posted November, 12 2014
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  • A virtual exploration of the padre's role

    A virtual exploration of the padre's role
    As Remembrance Day approaches in the 100th anniversary year of the start of World War I, Toronto photographer Erin Riley is offering a collection of portraits of contemporary military chaplains online, entitled Vocation.
    By Diana Swift
    Posted November, 10 2014
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  • Anglican, Catholic colleges build ecumenical bridges

    Anglican, Catholic colleges build ecumenical bridges
    Earlier this week, seminarians at St. Augustine’s Roman Catholic Seminary in Scarborough, Ont., were invited to join the Wycliffe College community in Toronto for an evening of ecumenical fellowship and a lecture from Andrew Bennett, Canada’s ambassador to the Office of Religious Freedom.
    By André Forget
    Posted November, 07 2014
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  • The soldier as artist

    The soldier as artist

    In a rare moment of calm in an acute environment, some will scribble a poem, some might grab a harmonica and others will pick up any materials at hand and draw. It is the last group that, in the 100th anniversary year of World War I, the Canadian War Museum in Ottawa honoured with a special exhibition.

    By Diana Swift
    Posted November, 07 2014
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  • Calgary church reaches out to Muslims

    Calgary church reaches out to Muslims
    “What do we who are not Muslims really know about what Muslims believe?”
    By André Forget
    Posted November, 07 2014
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  • Ambassador discusses Office of Religious Freedom

    Ambassador discusses Office of Religious Freedom
    Students, religious leaders, activists and scholars packed the University of Toronto Multi-Faith Centre Nov. 3 to hear Canada’s ambassador for the Office of Religious Freedom, Andrew Bennett, participate in a panel discussion with prominent Canadian political scientist Melissa Williams and legal scholar Anna Su about religious freedom in an international context.
    By André Forget
    Posted November, 06 2014
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  • Commission reviews opinions on same-sex marriage

    Commission reviews opinions on same-sex marriage
    When the deadline for making submissions to the Commission on the Marriage Canon passed at the end of September, 222 individual Anglicans, two dioceses, seven parishes, one theological college, one ecumenical partner and several Anglican organizations had shared their views about the possibility of altering the marriage canon to allow for same-sex marriages.
    By Leigh Anne Williams
    Posted November, 06 2014
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  • A day to remember

    A day to remember

    Stepping away from what is typical practice in Ontario, the national offices of the Anglican Church of Canada will close for Remembrance Day on Nov. 11.

    By Leigh Anne Williams
    Posted November, 05 2014
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