The Community of St Anselm, the new religious community of 36 young men and women from around the world, are in Canterbury this week to pray for the Primates of the Anglican Communion as they continue their deliberations.
On New Year’s Day, a family of refugees from Syria began the last leg of a journey that had lasted almost three years and brought them thousands of kilometres from home.
Christians from various denominations around the world are expected to gather January 18–25 for ecumenical celebrations during the annual Week of Prayer for Christian Unity.
The relationship between the Anglican Church of Canada and the United Church of Canada (UCC) is back on track, the United Church’s moderator says—and she’s delighted about it.
As primates from across the Anglican Communion prepared for next week’s meeting in Canterbury, Archbishop Fred Hiltz, primate of the Anglican Church of Canada, said Thursday he hoped a spirit of mutual openness and affection would prevail at the talks.
When the leaders of the 38 provinces of the Anglican Communion gather in Canterbury next week, they will have among them a visible sign of the long history of the English church.
One of the toughest challenges my husband and I faced last year was having been companions to his mother’s downsizing. At the age of 91, Harriet Hauser divested herself of the creature comforts of an upper middle class life.
Less than a week before a meeting that will bring primates of the provinces in the Anglican Communion together for the first time since 2011, Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby has released a video asking Anglicans to pray for “wisdom and love” for their leaders.
This month, at the invitation of the Archbishop of Canterbury, the primates and moderators of the member churches of the Anglican Communion will meet in Canterbury.
The first election of an Anglican Bishop Ordinary to the Canadian Armed Forces will be held March 5 followed by an installation ceremony at Christ Church Cathedral in Ottawa May 28.