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  • Ottawa fundraiser brings in money for the Arctic
    Ottawa fundraiser for the Arctic
  • African primates issue statement on sexuality
    African primates issue statement on sexuality
  • ACIP on self-determination: ‘Have we not talked long enough?’
    'Have we not talked long enough?'
  • Faith groups invite Pope to visit poor
    Faith groups invite Pope to visit poor
  • Walking with the sisters
    Walking with the sisters
  • AST names new president
    AST names new president
  • Around the world with Hope Bear
    Around the world with Hope Bear
  • Oil downturn hurts the most vulnerable, say Alberta clergy
    Oil downturn hurts the vulnerable
  • Taking pride in the ‘mother church’ for Canadian Anglicans
    Taking pride in the ‘mother church’
  • Ottawa fundraiser brings in money for the Arctic
  • African primates issue statement on sexuality
  • ACIP on self-determination: ‘Have we not talked long enough?’
  • Faith groups invite Pope to visit poor
  • Walking with the sisters
  • AST names new president
  • Around the world with Hope Bear
  • Oil downturn hurts the most vulnerable, say Alberta clergy
  • Taking pride in the ‘mother church’ for Canadian Anglicans

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  • ‘Eco-bishops’ gather in Cape Town for climate summit

    ‘Eco-bishops’ gather in Cape Town for climate summit
    From February 23rd to 27th, Bishop Jane Alexander of the diocese of Edmonton and National Indigenous Anglican Bishop Mark MacDonald will join 15 other bishops from across the Anglican Communion in Cape Town, South Africa, to discuss ways in which the Anglican Church can respond concretely to the issue of climate change. 
    By André Forget
    Posted February, 23 2015
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  • Sacred experimentation

    Sacred experimentation
    Twelve years ago, I conducted an experiment to find out if I was called to a life of ordained ministry in the church. The context of the experiment was the first Montreal Ministry Internship (or Challenge as it was called then), an intensive summer discernment program for young adults that was run by the Montreal Diocesan Theological College.
    By Rhonda Waters
    Posted February, 23 2015
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  • Make space for grace

    Make space for grace
    Don’t do it. This was the message delivered in December by the Inter-Anglican Standing Commission on Unity, Faith and Order (IASCUFO) when the Canadian church sought its opinion about amending canon (church law) to allow the marriage of same-sex couples.
    By Marites N. Sison
    Posted February, 23 2015
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  • Anglican leaders express solidarity with Coptic Church

    Anglican leaders express solidarity with Coptic Church
    Anglican Church of Canada leaders have expressed their solidarity and offered prayers to the Coptic Church following the beheading of 21 Egyptian Coptic Christians by the self-proclaimed Islamic State (ISIS) in Libya.
    Anglican Journal staff
    Posted February, 20 2015
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  • Gods, kings and a bellicose boy

    Gods, kings and a bellicose boy
    “The Lord is a man of war,” says the book of Exodus, and those six words inform the new dramatization of the mass exodus of 400,000 Jews from their captivity in Egypt around 1300 BC. In Exodus: Gods and Kings God tells Moses “I need a general.”
    By John Arkelian
    Posted February, 19 2015
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  • Seeing with the 'eye of the soul'

    Seeing with the 'eye of the soul'
    Not many books use a potato to explain spiritual wholeness but Father Luke Bell manages to do this and more inThe Meaning of Blue: Recovering a Contemplative Spirit. As a monk-priest at Quarr Abbey on the UK’s Isle of Wight, Bell is well placed to teach us about contemplation and potatoes.
    By Jane Christmas
    Posted February, 19 2015
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  • Microfinance group offers RRSPs

    Microfinance group offers RRSPs
    As the March 1 deadline for buying RRSPs for the 2014 tax year quickly approaches, Oikocredit Canada has announced that, for the first time, people in Ontario can invest in microfinance projects in developing countries as a part of their registered retirement savings plans.
    By Leigh Anne Williams
    Posted February, 18 2015
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  • Welby calls for prayer in wake of terror attacks

    Welby calls for prayer in wake of terror attacks
    In the aftermath of separate incidents of violence in Denmark, Libya and Nigeria this past weekend, Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby has issued a statement calling for “deep compassion for the bereaved and killed” and prayers for world peace.
    Anglican Journal staff
    Posted February, 18 2015
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  • An online journey into Lent

    An online journey into Lent
    The Anglican Church of Canada has created a web page with a wide range of resources to help Canadian Anglicans observe Lent, the 40-day period leading up to Easter.
    Anglican Journal staff
    Posted February, 17 2015
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  • Moral injury and the future of Canada

    Moral injury and the future of Canada
    In recent years, it has been more widely recognized that there are a number of not immediately recognized costs to participation in war. Post-traumatic stress disorder is the most well-known and understood psychological war wound, but a new category of psychological war injury has emerged: moral injury. This refers to the negative consequences of observing and participating in the massive and systemic moral breakdown associated, especially, with war.
    By Mark MacDonald
    Posted February, 17 2015
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