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    Anglicans join Nicola Valley protest
  • One step at a time
    One step at a time
  • Reconciliation continues past TRC
    Reconciliation continues past TRC
  • Building friendships
    Building friendships
  • PWRDF partners with Toronto NGO
    PWRDF partners with Toronto NGO
  • 'Why can't God do anything himself?'
    'Why can't God do anything himself?'
  • Witness blanket to bear 'eternal witness'
    Witness blanket to bear 'eternal witness'
  • Listening will ‘open hearts’
    Listening will ‘open hearts’
  • Ring the bells
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  • Anglicans join biosolids protest in Nicola Valley
  • One step at a time
  • Reconciliation continues past TRC
  • Building friendships
  • PWRDF partners with Toronto NGO
  • 'Why can't God do anything himself?'
  • Witness blanket to bear 'eternal witness'
  • Listening will ‘open hearts’
  • Ring the bells



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  • Primate focuses on challenges of 'work of the Spirit'

    Primate focuses on challenges of 'work of the Spirit'
    Archbishop Fred Hiltz, primate of the Anglican Church of Canada, began the spring meeting of the Council of General Synod (CoGS) with a reflection on the theme of “trust in the coming of the Holy Spirit,” and what that means for Anglicans across Canada as they face challenges, including decisions about amending the marriage canon and standing with Indigenous people as they seek reconciliation and justice.
    By Leigh Anne Williams
    Posted May, 01 2015
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  • Demolition of Newfoundland church on hold

    Demolition of Newfoundland church on hold
    The town council of Portugal Cove-St. Philip’s may have voted last week to allow St. Philip’s Anglican Church to demolish its former church building, but two appeals brought before council in the wake of the decision have ensured that the story is not over yet. 

    The town council of Portugal Cove-St. Phillip’s may have voted last week to allow St. Phillip’s Anglican Church to demolish its former church building, but two appeals brought before council in the wake of the decision have ensured that the story is not over yet. 
    The town council of Portugal Cove-St. Phillip’s may have voted last week to allow St. Phillip’s Anglican Church to demolish its former church building, but two appeals brought before council in the wake of the decision have ensured that the story is not over yet. 
    By André Forget
    Posted April, 30 2015
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  • Mpho Tutu meets with Anglican leaders in Toronto

    Mpho Tutu meets with Anglican leaders in Toronto
    The Rev. Mpho Tutu, daughter of famous Anglican archbishop, Nobel Peace Prize laureate and anti-apartheid activist Desmond Tutu, visited the Anglican Church of Canada headquarters in Toronto earlier today to discuss the differences and similarities between Canada’s and South Africa’s experiences with truth and reconciliation commissions.
    By André Forget
    Posted April, 28 2015
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  • Building bridges a priority for Idowu-Fearon

      Building bridges a priority for Idowu-Fearon
    The next secretary general of the Anglican Communion, Archbishop Josiah Idowu-Fearon, is well known for his work in reconciliation between Muslims and Christians in Nigeria.
    By Debra Fieguth
    Posted April, 28 2015
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  • Christian Zionism a ‘heresy,’ says Anglican priest

    Christian Zionism a ‘heresy,’ says Anglican priest
    The Rev. Dr. Naim Ateek, the Palestinian Anglican who heads the Sabeel Ecumenical Liberation Theology Centre in Jerusalem, told a conference in Vancouver April 23 that Anglicans were instrumental in developing the doctrine of Christian Zionism over hundreds of years, and should now work to curb its political influence.
    By Neale Adams
    Posted April, 27 2015
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  • PWRDF accepting donations for Nepal earthquake relief

    PWRDF accepting donations for Nepal earthquake relief
    The Anglican Church of Canada’s relief and development arm, Primate’s World Relief and Development Fund (PWRDF) has released $20,000 to help relief efforts of its partners in Nepal, after a massive earthquake on April 25 killed more than 3,800 people and injured more than 6,500 others.
    By Anglican Journal staff
    Posted April, 27 2015
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  • ‘Well done and welcome home’

    ‘Well done and welcome home’
    As our church observes Jerusalem  Sunday on May 17 (the Seventh Sunday of Easter), we will give special thanks to God for the ministry of Major the Rev. Canon John Organ, who has served as chaplain for Archbishop Suheil Dawani in Jerusalem for the past three years.
    By Fred Hiltz
    Posted April, 23 2015
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  • Former Huron dean assumes new role

    Former Huron dean assumes new role
    Kevin Dixon, former dean of St. Paul’s Cathedral in London, Ont., diocese of Huron, has joined the International Justice Mission Canada (IJM) as vice-president of operations. 
    By Anglican Journal staff
    Posted April, 23 2015
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  • Jerusalem ministry transforms Ottawa priest

    Jerusalem ministry transforms Ottawa priest
    Three years ago, Major the Rev. Canon John Organ left behind his 20-year career as a military chaplain to serve as chaplain to Archbishop Suheil Dawani in the Episcopal Diocese of Jerusalem. 
    By Leigh Anne Williams
    Posted April, 23 2015
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  • Remembering Paul Almond: Anglican author, film/TV producer and lay minister

    Remembering Paul Almond: Anglican author, film/TV producer and lay minister
    Paul Almond, OC, beloved by so many in the North American Anglican community, died  on April 9. 
    Barbara Burgess
    Posted April, 23 2015
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