Nawiliwili Nelson, better known as Wili, is spending more than two weeks on the road in a Honda CRV with the Rev. Bill Miller, who calls dogs “God’s best work.” Photo: Bill Miller The Rev. Bill Miller is taking a close friend to Las Vegas on vacation, but this trip is…
A Toronto Anglican priest will head to Wittenberg, Germany, this summer as part of a Canadian Lutheran delegation to help mark the 500th anniversary of the beginning of the Protestant Reformation.
When I first met Nancy Mallett, ODT, curator of the museum and archives that bear her name at Toronto’s Cathedral Church of St. James, she was the organizing genius behind a major international conference and exhibition on the history of the crèche, hosted by the cathedral in November 2011. She was 82.
In other news, the Council of General Synod (CoGS):
- Elected the following as members of the next meeting of the Anglican Consultative Council, in 2019:
In 2003, a Ugandan priest named Jason Musoke arrived in the small parish of St. Philip’s, Nabusanke Equatorial, with his wife, Faith, to take up the post of rector.
Suffering and faith have been the subject of literature since the Book of Job in the Bible. Such literature seeks to explore the questions that arise in times of suffering. Does God cause suffering? How does it affect our faith? Can anything good come out of suffering?
As final preparations for Canada Day celebrations marking the 150th anniversary of confederation were being made on Parliament Hill nearby, a different kind of celebration took place at Christ Church Cathedral June 30.