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  • Anglicans and Lutherans gather
    Anglicans and Lutherans gather
  • Caring in the midst of Gaza turmoil
    Caring in the midst of Gaza turmoil
  • Primate calls for peace and prayers
    Primate calls for peace and prayers
  • PWRDF issues appeal for Gaza
  • New editor for Anglican Journal
  • Renowned theologian and social activist dies
  • Youth make urban pilgrimage
    Youth make urban pilgrimage
  • Bishop Collings dies at 75
    Bishop Collings dies at 75
  • Anglicans and Lutherans gather
  • Caring in the midst of Gaza turmoil
  • Primate calls for peace and prayers
  • PWRDF issues appeal for Gaza
  • New editor for Anglican Journal
  • Renowned theologian and social activist dies
  • Youth make urban pilgrimage
  • Bishop Collings dies at 75

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  • A hub for healthy and vital churches

     A hub for healthy and vital churches
    Over 70 Anglican and Lutheran bishops, clergy and laity from across Canada on Wednesday began sharing stories of both success and failure concerning congregational health and renewal, at the National Consultation on Congregational Vitality being held at the Mount Carmel Spiritual Centre, May 14 to 16.
    By Marites N. Sison
    Posted May, 14 2014
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  • Diocese sues former executive archdeacon

    Diocese sues former executive archdeacon

    The diocese of Brandon has launched a $350,000 civil lawsuit against its former executive archdeacon, the Rev. Noah Njegovan. 

    By Leigh Anne Williams
    Posted May, 14 2014
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  • A ministry blessed by people

    A ministry blessed by people

    The date was May 20, 1979, and the place was the Cathedral Church of St. James, Toronto. I knelt before Archbishop Lewis Garnsworthy, who laid his hands upon my head and said, “You are a priest forever...”

    By A. Paul Feheley
    Posted May, 13 2014
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  • Singing our way home

    Singing our way home
    In the traditional way, before colonization, it seems that song was an essential element of every aspect of indigenous life. Songs were maps, histories and ceremonies. 
    By Mark MacDonald
    Posted May, 13 2014
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  • Training Cuban farmers

    Training Cuban farmers

    Archbishop Fred Hiltz, primate of the Anglican Church of Canada, is urging Canadian Anglicans to help the Primate’s World Relief and Development Fund (PWRDF) raise $45,000 to train 150 people in sustainable farming techniques in Cuba.

    Anglican Journal staff
    Posted May, 13 2014
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  • Taken

    Taken
    Valerie Andrews says the memories are burned into her mind. She was 17 when her family sent her to stay in a maternity home for unwed mothers in 1969.
    By Leigh Anne Williams
    Posted May, 13 2014
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  • New bishop elected in Fredericton

    New bishop elected in Fredericton
    Archdeacon David Edwards was elected as coadjutor bishop for the diocese of Fredericton at a synod on May 10. Bishop-elect Edwards was elected on the fourth ballot. There were five other nominees.
    Anglican Journal staff
    Posted May, 12 2014
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  • 'Nearer God's heart in a garden'

    'Nearer God's heart in a garden'

    Every Canadian gardener knows the rule that it is not safe to plant anything before the Victoria Day weekend. That’s particularly true on the prairies...

    By Leigh Anne Williams
    Posted May, 12 2014
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  • Prayers and aid urged for South Sudan

    Prayers and aid urged for South Sudan
    With no clear end in sight for the conflict in South Sudan, the heads of the Anglican Church of Canada, the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada (ELCIC), the Episcopal Church and the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA) are urging their faithful to pray for “a lasting and meaningful peace” in the world’s newest state. 
    Anglican Journal staff
    Posted May, 09 2014
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  • Settlement funds remaining

    Settlement funds remaining
    David Jones, chancellor of the Council of General Synod (CoGS), informed council members of a strong possibility that as much as $2.7 million of the funds paid to the Residential Schools Settlement will be returned to the 32 Anglican entities involved—General Synod, the Missionary Corporation and the 30 dioceses.
    By Leigh Anne Williams
    Posted May, 07 2014
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