When Archbishop Fred Hiltz celebrates Canada Day the sun will rise in Whitehorse at 3:35 a.m. and won’t set until 10:33 p.m., but the primate of the Anglican Church of Canada may need those long hours of daylight to see and do all that his hosts have planned throughout the diocese of Yukon.
Luis sits at a table in the parish hall of St. Alban’s Anglican Church after a Sunday afternoon service, eating a hard shell chicken taco. Between bites he answers questions from the Anglican Journal about his two-and-a-half decades of experience as a temporary foreign worker in Canada.
The Anglican Church of Canada's task force on physician-assisted suicide had its first in-person meeting in Toronto earlier this month. Photo: Shutterstock This fall, the Anglican Church of Canada’s task force on physician-assisted suicide will release a new pastoral…
It all started with a series of sermons.
The ecclesiastical province of Rupert’s Land elected the Rt. Rev. Gregory Kerr-Wilson, 53, bishop of the diocese of Calgary, its new metropolitan on June 18, the first day of its synod at Manitou Springs, Watrous, Sask.
The Rt. Rev. Terrance A. Dance, suffragan bishop of the diocese of Huron announced last week that he will be retiring as of December 31, 2015.
Part of my explanation for why I became a priest is that God knew I would be a lousy Christian otherwise.
Cries of “care not cuts!” echoed down Hamilton’s King St. West as a group of protestors marched around Jackson Square as part of the National Day of Action to protest cuts made to refugee health care in 2012.
The national attention paid to the publication of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s final report in the past few weeks represents a tipping point in the way Canada’s First Nations people relate to the rest of us.
For more than 50 years, the late Goichi Gordon Nakayama served as an Anglican priest in the dioceses of Calgary and New Westminster. But the outwardly affable Japanese-born canon was an abusive priest, who preyed sexually on young boys in his spiritual care.