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  • Spotlight on ecumenism
    Spotlight on ecumenism
  • Welby visit a 'good' one
    Welby visit a 'good' one
  • Welby explains gays and violence in Africa remarks
    Welby explains gays and violence in Africa remarks
  • Former priest, diocese sued
    Former priest, diocese sued
  • Welbys visit Canadian offices
    Welbys visit Canadian offices
  • The Canterbury visits
    The Canterbury visits
  • Bishop settles lawsuit with blogger
    Bishop settles lawsuit with blogger
  • Canada awaits Welby visit
    Canada awaits Welby visit
  • Spotlight on ecumenism
  • Welby visit a 'good' one
  • Welby explains gays and violence in Africa remarks
  • Former priest, diocese sued
  • Welbys visit Canadian offices
  • The Canterbury visits
  • Bishop settles lawsuit with blogger
  • Canada awaits Welby visit

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  • Where's Aldo?

    Where's Aldo?
    Aldo, the doe-eyed liturgical donkey of the Anglican diocese of Quebec—a local celebrity in his own right—is featured on the cover and inside the diocesan 2014 calendar, the sales of which will benefit the diocese’s green ministries.
    By Marites N. Sison
    Posted February, 05 2014
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  • Church at the epicentre of life

    Church at the epicentre of life

    With its theme of “Church for Every Context,” the annual Vital Church Planting (VCP) conference launched on January 30 at St. Paul’s, Bloor Street, in Toronto. Sponsored by the Anglican diocese of Toronto and Wycliffe College’s Institute of Evangelism, the conference brings inspirational speakers and how-to workshop leaders together each year to explore new directions for the missional church. 

    By Diana Swift
    Posted February, 04 2014
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  • Technology subs for organs

    Technology subs for organs
    Thank heaven for iTunes. And Bose audio. Without these technological tools the 11 congregations in the far-flung parish of southeast Labrador would have no organ, and some even no choral music at Sunday services. 
    By Diana Swift
    Posted February, 03 2014
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  • Young women priests face issues of age and gender

    Young women priests face issues of age and gender

    Two key moments relating to the ordination of women have been seared in the memory of the Rev. Dawn Leger, an associate priest at Christ Church Anglican in Stouffville, Ont.


    By Marites N. Sison
    Posted January, 31 2014
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  • Retired Anglican priest sentenced for sexual offences

    Retired Anglican priest sentenced for sexual offences
    The bishop of the Anglican diocese of Huron, Robert Bennett, has deposed the Rev. George Ferris, a retired Anglican priest who faces up to five-and-a-half years in prison for five counts of sexual offences dating back to the 1980s.
    Anglican Journal staff
    Posted January, 30 2014
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  • Bishop John Bothwell dies at 87

    Bishop John Bothwell dies at 87
    Bishop John Charles Bothwell, who ordained the first female priests in the Anglican diocese of Niagara in 1976, died on Tuesday, Jan. 28, at the age of 87.
    Anglican Journal staff
    Posted January, 29 2014
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  • Priest and author Berryman dies

    Priest and author Berryman dies

    Archdeacon Richard Berryman, a priest, journalist and author, died on Jan. 27 after a prolonged battle with kidney disease at the age of 82. 
    Anglican Journal staff
    Posted January, 28 2014
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  • The wondrous daily birth of the Word

    The wondrous daily birth of the Word

    To believe in Jesus is to believe that God has a destiny for humanity and creation. To believe is to have confidence, not only that God will eventually redeem humanity and bring creation to its fulfillment, but that this destiny is present today, the Word made flesh, among us, in us and for us.
    By Mark MacDonald
    Posted January, 28 2014
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  • Thank you, Michael Peers

    Thank you, Michael Peers

    In last month’s editorial, Canada deserves better (Dec. 2013, p. 4), I concluded by saying, “It would be gratifying in 2014 if we were able to see political leadership centred on integrity, justice and honesty, at all levels and in all branches of government; leadership that gives us a sense of pride. It is what Canadians deserve.”

    By A. Paul Feheley
    Posted January, 27 2014
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  • First woman priest honoured

    First woman priest honoured

    On January 25,1944, as much of China lay in the iron grip of the Japanese invasion, the church marked a groundbreaking event. A fearless Anglican bishop, discerning a match between wartime need and a uniquely gifted person, ordained a humble yet steel-spined disciple of Christ into the priesthood. The bishop was Ronald Hall of Victoria and the ordinand was Hong-Kong-born Li Tim-Oi, the church's first woman priest.
    By Diana Swift
    Posted January, 27 2014
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