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  • Two-state solution is over, says activist
    Two-state solution over, says activist
  • Ecumenism alive and well in Newfoundland
    Ecumenism alive and well in Newfoundland
  • A priest's homecoming
    A priest's homecoming
  • Celebrating 200 years
    Celebrating 200 years
  • Devotions for Christian unity
    Devotions for Christian unity
  • Religion, war and violence
    Religion, war and violence
  • Church submits residential school records to TRC
    Church submits records to TRC
  • Journal launches special TRC web page
    Journal launches TRC web page
  • Words of hope and courage
    Words of hope and courage
  • Two-state solution is over, says activist
  • Ecumenism alive and well in Newfoundland
  • A priest's homecoming
  • Celebrating 200 years
  • Devotions for Christian unity
  • Religion, war and violence
  • Church submits residential school records to TRC
  • Journal launches special TRC web page
  • Words of hope and courage

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  • Hiltz and Welby discuss marriage canon, reconciliation

    Hiltz and Welby discuss marriage canon, reconciliation
    Archbishop Fred Hiltz, primate of the Anglican Church of Canada, recently met with Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby and discussed the progress of developments in the Canadian church such as the Commission on the Marriage Canon and the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada (TRC). 
    By André Forget
    Posted December, 22 2014
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  • Ecumenical advocate & activist dies

    Ecumenical advocate & activist dies
    John Mihevc, a manager at KAIROS Canada and a tireless advocate for ecumenical, social and ecological justice, died from cancer on December 21. 
    Sara Tatelman
    Posted December, 22 2014
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  • An activist church

    An activist church
    In the wake of the Michael Brown and Eric Gardner killings, my Facebook newsfeed has been filled with pictures and articles and thoughts from friends in the Episcopal Church of the United States.
    By Rhonda Waters
    Posted December, 22 2014
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  • A powerful lesson in Christmas

    A powerful lesson in Christmas
    It was 8 p.m. on December 22, the day after Toronto’s catastrophic 2013 ice storm. 
    By Diana Swift
    Posted December, 22 2014
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  • Anglican Communion body urges church not to change marriage policy

    Anglican Communion body urges church not to change marriage policy

    The Inter-Anglican Standing Commission on Unity, Faith and Order (IASCUFO) has urged the Anglican Church of Canada not to amend its marriage canon (church law) to allow the marriage of same-sex couples, saying such a move would “cause great distress for the Communion as a whole, and for its ecumenical relationships.”

    By André Forget
    Posted December, 19 2014
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  • Bishop of Cuba thankful for ‘bridges of hope’

    Bishop of Cuba thankful for ‘bridges of hope’
    Following U.S. President Barack Obama’s decision Dec. 17 to re-establish diplomatic ties with Cuba after 54 years, the leadership of the Episcopal Church of Cuba released a statement thanking God for the repatriation of prisoners to both countries and thanking the churches in the United States for the “bridges of hope” they affirmed during the decades of separation.
    By André Forget
    Posted December, 18 2014
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  • The gift of traditional healing

    The gift of traditional healing

    The last weekend before Christmas is traditionally one of the busiest times of the year, when the frenzy of planning family gatherings and shopping for gifts can reach fever pitch. But for a group in Victoria, B.C., this coming Dec. 20 and 21 will involve a different type of activity.

    Sara Tatelman
    Posted December, 18 2014
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  • US-Cuba thaw opens up possibilities for churches

    US-Cuba thaw opens up possibilities for churches

    In a historic announcement Dec. 17, President Barack Obama said the United States would re-establish diplomatic relations with Cuba after 54 years of isolationist foreign policy toward the island nation that included a crippling trade embargo. The decision will have far-reaching effects on the island nation’s economic and diplomatic situation and on the lives of its 11.26 million citizens, but it may also mean that new possibilities open up for the Episcopal Church of Cuba (ECC).

     

    By André Forget
    Posted December, 17 2014
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  • Primate prays for victims of Peshawar attack

     Primate prays for victims of Peshawar attack
    Archbishop Fred Hiltz, primate of the Anglican Church of Canada, called for prayers for the families of the 132 children and nine staff members killed in the Dec. 16 attack on a school in Peshawar, Pakistan.
    Anglican Journal staff
    Posted December, 17 2014
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  • Take courage

    Take courage
    Many of us will likely say 2014 turned out to be another annus horribilis. Indeed, it seemed as if we were trapped in an endless cycle of violence and misery. 
    By Marites N. Sison
    Posted December, 17 2014
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