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  • Ballet tells story of residential schools
    Ballet tells story of residential schools
  • A boy named Andrew
    A boy named Andrew
  • Shared ministry thrives in Australia
    Shared ministry thrives in Australia
  • Why give thanks?
    Why give thanks?
  • Welby backs airstrikes against ISIS
    Welby backs airstrikes against ISIS
  • 'We call it Welcome Sunday'
    'We call it Welcome Sunday'
  • Covenant enlivens churches
    Covenant enlivens churches
  • End of an era
    End of an era
  • Ballet tells story of residential schools
  • A boy named Andrew
  • Shared ministry thrives in Australia
  • Why give thanks?
  • Welby backs airstrikes against ISIS
  • 'We call it Welcome Sunday'
  • Covenant enlivens churches
  • End of an era

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  • Primate pays tribute to deacons

    Primate pays tribute to deacons

      Deacons are "the feet, the hands, the heart, the voice of Jesus…you are that salt, that flavours for good, " Archbishop Fred Hiltz told members of the Association of Anglican Deacons in Canada, which met recently in Halifax. Photo: Cydney Proctor The Association of…

    By Cydney Proctor
    Posted August, 22 2014
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  • The rising tide of anti-Semitism

    The rising tide of anti-Semitism

    Berlin: “Jews to the gas!”
    Paris: “Death to the Jews!”
    Milan: “Nuremberg trial for Israel!’
    Montreal: “The Diaspora is scattered around the world where they take economic control, provoke the hatred of local nations...They make Washington, Paris and Ottawa submit.”

    By Diana Swift
    Posted August, 20 2014
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  • Confusion, relief over residential school ruling

    Confusion, relief over residential school ruling

    Some former students of Indian residential schools are concerned and confused about an Aug. 7 Ontario Superior Court ruling that testimony about the abuse they suffered in the schools should be destroyed after 15 years unless individuals agree to provide their personal information to the National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation.

    By Leigh Anne Williams
    Posted August, 20 2014
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  • Justice camp highlights ‘God’s gift of land’

    Justice camp highlights ‘God’s gift of land’

    "Take a risk—and follow something new." That challenge from the Rev. Travis Enright to 75 Anglicans and other Christians gathered in Edmonton encapsulated what a unique event called justice camp is all about.

    Murray MacAdam
    Posted August, 19 2014
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  • Parish moves ‘from lament to hope’

    Parish moves ‘from lament to hope’

    Every second Friday around noon, there is a flurry of meaningful activity at St. Thomas Anglican Church in Thunder Bay, Ont. Tables are sent up, a barbecue is started and the doors of the church are opened wide.

    Deborah Kraft
    Posted August, 19 2014
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  • Youth discover that ministry is ‘worth it’

    Youth discover that ministry is ‘worth it’

    About 600 Anglican and Lutheran youth from across the country gathered in Kamloops, B.C. August 14 to 17 for the third bi-annual Canadian Lutheran Anglican Youth Gathering (CLAY).

    Andrew Stephens-Rennie
    Posted August, 18 2014
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  • Kids’ alumni choir gets adult reincarnation

    Kids’ alumni choir gets adult reincarnation
    If he psychs himself up for it, basso profundo David Michael Legget can still hit the C below the bass line. And for the past two years he’s been the director of a reincarnated choir of 50-somethings that he founded nearly five decades ago. By the way, he’s turning 80 at Halloween.
    By Diana Swift
    Posted August, 18 2014
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  • Sheer silence

    Sheer silence
    Silence is something like one’s good health. It is most prized when abruptly taken away, most cherished when suddenly recovered, when, as with the rush of light, we suddenly realize that we have been deprived of it for a long time. Then as it returns, a wealth of rediscovered feelings comes with it. Silence begins as something external and it becomes a state of being.
    By Vianney Carriere
    Posted August, 14 2014
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  • Anglican Foundation head to receive honorary doctorate

    Anglican Foundation head to receive honorary doctorate

    An honorary Doctor of Divinity degree will be conferred on the Rev. Canon Judy Rois, executive director of the Anglican Foundation of Canada, at the November convocation of Queen’s College. Queen’s is the Anglican theological college on the campus of Memorial University in St. John’s, Nfld.

    By Diana Swift
    Posted August, 13 2014
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  • Weighing the Anglican response in the Mideast

    Weighing the Anglican response in the Mideast
    Witnessing the Israeli-Palestinian conflict through the media, Canadian Anglicans, like so many others, may be asking themselves what can and should be done to end the ongoing strife. The Anglican Journal asked some Canadian Anglicans if they think the church should be involved in the issue, and if so, how? 
    By Leigh Anne Williams
    Posted August, 13 2014
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