For many years, says Bishop of Qu’Appelle Robert Hardwick, a man from Swift Current, Sask., found himself tuning in to daily five-minute radio slots on spiritual themes, hosted by a Saskatchewan Anglican priest.
I have always looked forward to the festival of All Saints. It is a culmination of all those days when we remember, with thanksgiving, the work and witness of particular saints and the lives and labours of holy men and women throughout the ages. They…
“Something new is bubbling—the Spirit has got a cauldron going, and stuff is bubbling up!”
General Synod 2016 might seem far away, but preparations for the meeting of the Anglican Church of Canada’s governing body are well underway, according to Dean Peter Wall, chair of the planning committee.
Hailing this past weekend the enactment of a full communion agreement between the United Church of Canada and the United Church of Christ in the U.S., Anglican Church of Canada primate, Archbishop Fred Hiltz, said he is eagerly looking forward to more ecumenical co-operation in the future.
Hope mingled with horror this October at a church conference in Sweden dealing with climate change, Indigenous peoples and the Arctic, some participants from the Anglican Church of Canada say.
When Canada’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) held its final event in Ottawa in June 2015, the phrase “this is just the beginning” was on everyone’s lips.
When the synod of the ecclesiastical province of Ontario met in Toronto from October 13-16, its theme was “Reimagining the Church in the Public Square.”