Much has been reported about the abuses experienced by students in Indian residential schools, but a new project launched with the help of the Anglican Fund for Healing and Reconciliation aims to help survivors and their families move on in their healing journey.
“Salaam Alaikum” (Peace to you).
The diocese of Masasi’s Bishop James Almasi stands beneath the spreading branches of a large tree at the centre of the village, and pauses as the people seated before him acknowledge his greeting with the traditional response: “Alaikum Salaam” (And to you, peace).
As the diocese of British Columbia ramps up its “year of reconciliation,” Bishop Logan McMenamie is taking inspiration from international reconciliation centres in England and Northern Ireland.
A bishop whose diocese covers three-and-a-half million square kms., with just two full-time clergy, has been awarded an honorary Doctor of Divinity degree from Huron University College in London, Ont..
Executive Archdeacon John Meade was elected the fifth bishop of Western Newfoundland at a diocesan synod held June 3-4 in Corner Brook, Nfld.
Churches around the U.K. have been praying for the victims of Saturday night’s terrorist attack in London, their families and friends.
The diocese of Caledonia has decided to accept last month’s ruling by the provincial House of Bishops to block the consecration of the Rev. Jake Worley as bishop, its administrator says.
Early in the morning of May 15, two large white Range Rovers pull up to the gates of the Mtandi Clinic, a well-kept compound on the outskirts of the southern Tanzanian city of Masasi.
Canon Dennis Dolloff was put in a wheelchair 38 years ago, after being struck by a drunk driver. But his disability didn’t stop him from wanting to be a priest.
Organized by the Mennonite Church Canada and the Christian Peacemaker Teams, the 600-kilometre “Pilgrimage for Indigenous Rights” from Kitchener, Ont., to Ottawa had the support of several Anglican clergy, parishioners and churches.