A new task force has been formed to consider how the Anglican Church of Canada’s clergy and laity can faithfully respond to end-of-life issues.
The U.S.-led airstrike campaign is hardly a plausible solution to quelling the encroaching and horrific reign of Islamic State militants in Syria and Iraq, the Rev. Nadim Nassar, the lone Syrian Anglican minister and director of the London, England-based, Christian charity, Awareness Foundation.
Crowds lined the streets as Cpl. Nathan Cirillo’s casket was carried through Hamilton to Christ’s Church Anglican Cathedral, where his funeral was held Oct. 28.
Christian Zionism is a theologically-based belief about how the world will end that would likely be dismissed as a strange doctrine few Anglicans would be concerned about—if it didn’t affect Canadian and U.S. foreign policy in the Middle East.
Anglicans in the diocese of Montreal think ministry to the marginalized and vulnerable is a normal church activity—and hope the Anglican Church of Canada will help make that clear to insurance companies and law courts.
More than 200 people turned out for an interfaith service of unity and prayer at Christ Church Cathedral in the nation’s capital Sunday in response to the Oct. 22 attack that left two people dead including a gunman, and paralyzed much of downtown Ottawa.
In the wake of the deadly shooting that rocked Ottawa and the rest of Canada Oct. 22, religious leaders and government officials are gathering for an interfaith service, A Prayer for Ottawa, to be held at Christ Church Anglican Cathedral on Sunday, Oct. 26.
As a clearer picture about the Parliament Hill shooting takes shape, the Anglican Journal has asked leadership within the Anglican Church of Canada to reflect on the role of the church in troubled times.
Archbishop Fred Hiltz, primate of the Anglican Church of Canada, said he hasn’t heard directly from the Archbishop of Canterbury whether the next Lambeth Conference will be postponed, but “it’s pretty obvious that in all likelihood it would not be in 2018 because it takes three, four, years to plan.”
Diocese of Ottawa Bishop John H. Chapman has called for prayers following the shooting on Parliament Hill this morning.