When I started reading this book, I was wary. I had read enough extravagant navel-gazing memoirs in Eat, Pray, Love to make myself nauseated. (Sorry, Elizabeth Gilbert.)
Archbishop Fred Hiltz, primate of the Anglican Church of Canada, offers his perspectives on the recent meeting of the House of Bishops in an interview with the Anglican Journal.
On August 10 I went to the funeral of Sister Constance Murphy at St. James Cathedral in Toronto. For seventy-seven years, she had been a life-professed member of the Society of the Sisters of St. John the Divine (SSJD).
A call to work for justice and peace during the Asian plenary. Photo: Peter Williams/WCC Whether it’s advocating for gender equality, speaking out against religious persecution, addressing global poverty, discrimination, climate change, or a myriad of other concerns,…
National Indigenous Anglican Bishop Mark MacDonald has been elected as North American regional president for the World Council of Churches’ (WCC) during its 10th assembly currently taking place in Busan, Republic of Korea.
In Busan, Republic of Korea the 10th Assembly of the WCC continues with its 3,000 participants in dialogue on mission and evangelism, faith and order, justice, peace and unity.
The 10th Assembly of the World Council of Churches began its third day of meeting on the theme, "God of life, lead us to justice and peace."
All Saints' or All Hallows' Day, the Solemnity of All Saints, commemorates
all the unsung saints and martyrs throughout Christian history, those who have
no designated feast day in the calendar but are believed to have attained the
beatific vision of God in heaven.
This is a day of prayer for the departed faithful. Like All Saints’
Day, this commemoration is tied to the profession in the Apostles’ Creed
of the communion of saints, which former Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan
Williams broadly interprets as the “sharing between holy people” or the
“sharing of holy things.”