Lost Innocence is just a comic book, but it took two and a half years to write.
She met us as we arrived in Terra Firme, a very poor neighbourhood in the city of Belém in Brazil, where the diocese of Amazonia has had a steadfast witness to the gospel for many years.
No one was injured in an early-morning fire, January 30, at an emergency shelter operated by Cornerstone Housing for Women, a ministry of the diocese of Ottawa.
After performing together for 19 years, the Three Cantors—Archdeacon David Pickett, Dean Peter Wall, Bishop-elect William Cliff and maestro Angus Sinclair—will return to the church that hosted their first performance to sing a final concert before Cliff is consecrated seventh bishop of the diocese of Brandon.
A 71-year old northern priest who survived a night outside this week in a -43 C winter storm said his experience was meant as a lesson in divine love.
I’ve had the great pleasure of recently serving on a General Synod task force exploring the ethics of money. It was an exciting mix of interesting and talented people coming from diverse backgrounds and perspectives.
[ACNS] Pope Francis has apologized for behaviour towards Christians from non-Roman Catholic churches that “has not reflected Gospel values.”
In the past four months, Canadian Anglicans have donated more than 76 times as much for Syrian relief than they did in the first eight months of 2015—and the spike is translating directly into more aid for desperate Syrian families.
There are 168 hours in a week. We are awake for roughly 121 of them—and those are very busy hours.
Churches in the national capital area are sharing their long-term experience in refugee work with wider community groups as Syrian refugees continue to arrive in Canada.