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  • Rocking religion with my mega-contemporary mom
    Rocking religion with my mom
  • Young Christians invited to spend a year at Lambeth Palace
    A year at Lambeth Palace
  • Anglican social justice advocate receives Order of Canada
    Anglican receives Order of Canada
  • Gearing down in an age of speed
    Gearing down in an age of speed
  • Reconciliation goes beyond residential schools, forum argues
    Beyond residential schools
  • Exhibit focuses on Ottawa’s homeless
    Exhibit focuses on Ottawa’s homeless
  • The flying bishop
    The flying bishop
  • Montreal diocese launches Inuit ministry
    Montreal diocese launches Inuit ministry
  • Rocking religion with my mega-contemporary mom
  • Young Christians invited to spend a year at Lambeth Palace
  • Anglican social justice advocate receives Order of Canada
  • Gearing down in an age of speed
  • Reconciliation goes beyond residential schools, forum argues
  • Exhibit focuses on Ottawa’s homeless
  • The flying bishop
  • Montreal diocese launches Inuit ministry

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  • Rocking religion with my mega-contemporary mom

    Rocking religion with my mega-contemporary mom

    The bilingual bookmark was meant to be a peace offering—a talisman around which my mother and I could meet religion halfway.

    The Rule of Life was a promotional gift from the Anglican Diocese of Montreal, printed in French and English. I gave the slim piece of cardstock to my mother, French side up, as evidence of the openness and tolerance of the Anglican Church of Canada: proof that my church is hospitable enough to celebrate French language and culture.

    Michelle Hauser
    Posted March, 03 2015
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  • Montreal diocese launches Inuit ministry

    Montreal diocese launches Inuit ministry
    “What we are doing is what God foreplanned,” the Rev. Annie Ittoshat from Nunavik in northern Quebec said as she launched a new ministry to Montreal’s Inuit community Feb. 22.
    Harvey Shepherd
    Posted March, 03 2015
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  • Young Christians invited to spend a year at Lambeth Palace

    Young Christians invited to spend a year at Lambeth Palace

    A new community will be taking root at Lambeth Palace in September, and it has just started accepting applications.

    The Community of St. Anselm, named for the medieval intellectual and former Archbishop of Canterbury, is accepting applications from across the Communion from young people who want to spend “a year in God’s time” living at Lambeth Palace in prayer, study and spiritual discovery.

    By André Forget
    Posted March, 02 2015
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  • Anglican social justice advocate receives Order of Canada

    Anglican social justice advocate receives Order of Canada
    Earlier this month, long-time indigenous rights leader Irene Fraser was recognized for her many years of work by investiture into the Order of Canada.
    By André Forget
    Posted March, 02 2015
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  • Church can help open up space for dialogue

    Church can help open up space for dialogue
    As the new director of the University of Toronto’s Munk School of Global Affairs, Stephen Toope stands at an interesting spot where academia intersects with the public square. This son of an Anglican priest arrived here by a fascinating road that took him from his hometown of Montreal, across Canada and around the world.
    By Leigh Anne Williams
    Posted March, 02 2015
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  • Gearing down in an age of speed

    Gearing down in an age of speed
    In the modern world, most of us live highly specialized lives. We generally assume that it is more efficient to trade our time for pay and then to pay other people for their time rather than doing things like growing food and making clothes ourselves. 
    By André Forget
    Posted February, 27 2015
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  • Reconciliation goes beyond residential schools, says forum

    Reconciliation goes beyond residential schools, says forum

    The now-defunct Indian residential school system may be one of the most well-known examples of how imperialism has done deep damage to Canada’s First Nations, but it was only a symptom of a larger problem.

     

    By André Forget
    Posted February, 26 2015
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  • Photo exhibit focuses on Ottawa’s homeless

    Photo exhibit focuses on Ottawa’s homeless
    The homeless are largely invisible in society. Some are on the streets, but passersby rarely acknowledge them.
    Beatrice Paez
    Posted February, 25 2015
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  • The flying bishop

    The flying bishop
    Rod Andrews knows what it is to be forever connected to a chunk of land and a way of life. There’s a special quality in his voice when he talks about the family farm, on Alberta's Coal Trail between Delburne and Red Deer.
    By Shirley Byers
    Posted February, 25 2015
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  • PWRDF sends extra money to Egypt for Syrian refugees

    PWRDF sends extra money to Egypt for Syrian refugees
    The Primate’s World Relief and Development Fund (PWRDF) has sent an additional $21,000 to its long-time partner, Refuge Egypt, to help care for an influx of Syrian refugees who have fled to Cairo, adding to the already large population of refugees in the city, mostly from Sudan and South Sudan.
    Anglican Journal Staff
    Posted February, 25 2015
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