This year, five people are being honoured with an Anglican Award of Merit, which recognizes lay people for their outstanding contributions to the life and work of the Anglican Church of Canada.
The future of our planet depends on our re-embracing belief in entities such as angels, a Halifax professor says.
Throughout the Galatians 6:2 Conference, participants from six Anglican Communion provinces found that on issues of Anglican and Episcopal identity, theological education, migration, human trafficking and the environment, their commonalities outnumber their differences.
National Indigenous Anglican Bishop Mark MacDonald steps in as a guest worship leader with local clergy and musicians at the gospel jamboree. Photo: Allison Courey The Pas, Man. During the first weekend of April on Opaskwayak Cree Nation (OCN), Anglicans and…
Like many of you, I have a little ceramic bowl full of lapel pins. They represent the Anglican Church of Canada and all of our dioceses, The Primate’s World Relief and Development Fund, the Anglican Foundation of Canada, the Anglican Council of Indigenous Peoples, and Canada’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission. I try to wear one of these pins appropriate to the context in which I find myself through my travels.
Anglicans and Mennonites in Canada haven’t historically had much to do with each other, but that could change if General Synod—which meets July 7-12—votes to adopt a resolution put forward by the faith, worship and ministry committee to enter into a five-year, bilateral dialogue with Mennonite Church Canada.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said in a recent interview on American TV that he wishes the United States “paid somewhat more attention to the world.”
When Bishop Logan McMenamie of the diocese of British Columbia approached the steps of Christ Church Cathedral in Victoria, B.C., on the morning of March 27—Easter Sunday—he took the final steps of a gruelling 470-km journey to “re-enter the land.”
With a decision on same-sex marriage approaching at the Anglican Church of Canada’s General Synod this summer, a national social media-based group has formed to push for a “yes” vote.
The church is entering a new partnership with Indigenous people with its commitment to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada’s Call to Action #48, says National Indigenous Anglican Bishop Mark MacDonald.