The Ecclesiastical Province of Canada wound up its 47th session of synod with a motion that was as close to disbanding as it could get.
Bishop Duncan Douglas Wallace, 10th bishop of the diocese of Qu’Appelle, passed away in Regina from cancer on June 22 following a short illness.
Church’s 27th – and first African-American – presiding bishop-elect, Michael Curry fielded a range of media questions with characteristic humility and humor June 27 and said he intends to build on the good work of his predecessor “because that’s the way the Spirit works.”
Archbishop Fred Hiltz said he is aware that there is anxiety among Anglicans about how the 2016 General Synod will deal with a motion amending the marriage canon (church law) to allow the marriage of same-sex couples.
Archbishop Percy Coffin, metropolitan (senior bishop) of the Ecclesiastical Province of Canada, on June 25 urged Anglicans to examine its mission in the 21st century and to look beyond maintaining the church as an institution.
When Archbishop Fred Hiltz celebrates Canada Day the sun will rise in Whitehorse at 3:35 a.m. and won’t set until 10:33 p.m., but the primate of the Anglican Church of Canada may need those long hours of daylight to see and do all that his hosts have planned throughout the diocese of Yukon.
Luis sits at a table in the parish hall of St. Alban’s Anglican Church after a Sunday afternoon service, eating a hard shell chicken taco. Between bites he answers questions from the Anglican Journal about his two-and-a-half decades of experience as a temporary foreign worker in Canada.
The Anglican Church of Canada's task force on physician-assisted suicide had its first in-person meeting in Toronto earlier this month. Photo: Shutterstock This fall, the Anglican Church of Canada’s task force on physician-assisted suicide will release a new pastoral…
It all started with a series of sermons.