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  • Welcome to the broadcast
    Welcome to the broadcast
  • Making real the joy of faith
    Making real the joy of faith
  • A journey like no other
    A journey like no other
  • Spotlight on ecumenism
    Spotlight on ecumenism
  • Welby visit a 'good' one
    Welby visit a 'good' one
  • Welby explains gays and violence in Africa remarks
    Welby explains gays and violence in Africa remarks
  • Former priest, diocese sued
    Former priest, diocese sued
  • Becoming a family
    Becoming a family
  • Welcome to the broadcast
  • Making real the joy of faith
  • A journey like no other
  • Spotlight on ecumenism
  • Welby visit a 'good' one
  • Welby explains gays and violence in Africa remarks
  • Former priest, diocese sued
  • Becoming a family

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  • Smudging

    Smudging

    In recent years I have come to deeply appreciate the rites of smudging conducted by indigenous peoples. From a pouch containing cedar, sweet grass, sage and tobacco, an elder draws a handful and places the mixture in a shell.

    By Fred Hiltz
    Posted March, 04 2014
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  • 'I am delighted to be here at last'

    'I am delighted to be here at last'
    With ancient ceremony, under the sails of the Vancouver Convention Centre, and before 1300 plus Anglicans and their guests, Melissa Skelton was ordained a bishop of the Anglican Church of Canada on March 1.  
    By Neale Adams
    Posted March, 03 2014
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  • Cree classes at Anglican cathedral

    Cree classes at Anglican cathedral

    On Wednesday evenings, from 5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m., the halls of St. Alban’s Cathedral in Prince Albert, Sask., is abuzz with activity as young and old gather over a typical meal of bannock, soup or stew, vegetables and fruits.


     

    By Marites N. Sison
    Posted March, 03 2014
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  • 40 days to Easter

    40 days to Easter
    Derived from the old English word for “lengthen” (as do the days in spring), Lent is the 40-day period of prayer, penitence and pondering before Easter. 
    By Diana Swift
    Posted February, 28 2014
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  • Making space to engage deeply

    Making space to engage deeply
    For Anglicans considering how to observe Lent this year, the Anglican Church of Canada is offering two online resources—one, a study of the Gospel of John and the other, a study of baptismal identity.
    By Leigh Anne Williams
    Posted February, 27 2014
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  • Provocative films about human rights at TIFF

    Provocative films about human rights at TIFF

     No frame is wasted on first-time feature filmmaker Marta Cunningham’s Valentine Road, a powerful documentary about the 2008 murder of openly gay California eighth-grader Lawrence (“Larry”) King, by his classmate and crush, 14-year-old Brandon McInerney.

    By Marites N. Sison
    Posted February, 26 2014
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  • South Sudan conflict hits home for Winnipeggers

    South Sudan conflict hits home for Winnipeggers
    A refugee camp in northern Uganda was the last place the Rev. Reuben Garang expected to be reunited with his brothers and sisters. They had been separated for 25 years, following the second Sudanese civil war in the 1980s. 
    By Marites N. Sison
    Posted February, 24 2014
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  • Day of prayer an emotional experience for Sudanese congregation

    Day of prayer an emotional experience for Sudanese congregation
    The observance of a Day of Prayer for South Sudan on Feb. 16 took on a very personal nature at St. John the Divine Episcopal Church in Moorhead, Minnesota. 
    By Joe Bjordal/Episcopal News Service
    Posted February, 20 2014
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  • Mulcair meets refugee in sanctuary

    Mulcair meets refugee in sanctuary
    Almost six months after taking refuge in a Montreal Anglican church to escape deportation, an ailing Pakistani woman met federal opposition leader Thomas Mulcair there Feb.14 and appealed for justice and immediate freedom.
    By Harvey Shepherd
    Posted February, 20 2014
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  • Anglican and United churches discuss differences

    Anglican and United churches discuss differences
    Both friendly and intense”—that’s how the Rev. William Harrison describes the latest phase of the dialogue between representatives of the Anglican Church of Canada and the United Church of Canada after the last of three annual meetings wrapped up at the Vancouver School of Theology on Jan. 16.
    By Leigh Anne Williams
    Posted February, 14 2014
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