The environmental threat posed by today’s “principalities and powers” is one of the great spiritual issues of our time, National Indigenous Anglican Bishop Mark MacDonald says.
The Synod of the Diocese of Keewatin is among the parties named in a proposed $110-million class action suit on behalf of victims of Ralph Rowe, a former Anglican priest convicted of dozens of sex offences against Indigenous boys in the 1970s and 1980s.
At the office of Harcourts, Ltd., a Toronto robe-making and tailoring company, a grinning assistant production manager Shafiq Beig is showing me one of his favourite tricks.
Central New York Bishop DeDe Duncan-Probe isn’t the kind of Harley-Davidson rider who publicly promotes her love of motorcycles.
Several weeks into my first tree-planting season, the company I had been working for finished its spring contract early, closing our camp and laying off my crew for a few weeks until the summer contract began.
Two Canadian Anglican priests have been granted honorary doctorates of divinity by the University of Toronto’s Trinity College.
A disestablished Anglican church in Ladysmith, B.C., has been sold to a local community organization that plans to build affordable housing on the site.
The archbishop of the internal province of Sudan and bishop of Khartoum, Ezekiel Kumir Kondo, has been appointed as primate of the newly created separate province of Sudan.
On the night of July 11, 2016, Karen Turner and Heather Steeves were sitting in the bar of the hotel where the Anglican Church of Canada’s General Synod was meeting; they were commiserating with other members of Equally Anglican
, an Anglican LGBTQ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual Transgender, Queer/Questioning) group.
A historic building put up for sale
last summer by the diocese of Ontario attracted a buyer faster and at much better terms than expected, Bishop Michael Oulton says.