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  • Lay ministry 'a life's journey'
    Lay ministry 'a life's journey'
  • The next steps forward
    The next steps forward
  • Messy Church Canada is growing
    Messy Church Canada is growing
  • Visit further cements APCI-Montreal partnership
    Visit cements partnership
  • How about a few second thoughts?
    How about a few second thoughts?
  • Anglican Communion Interim Secretary General to lead Canadian ecumenical body
    Anglican ecumenist to lead CCC
  • Drainville seeks to unite Quebec and Montreal dioceses
    Drainville seeks to unite dioceses
  • Nepal faces new damage and disease
    Nepal faces new damage and disease
  • Lay ministry 'a life's journey'
  • The next steps forward
  • Messy Church Canada is growing
  • Visit further cements APCI-Montreal partnership
  • How about a few second thoughts?
  • Anglican Communion Interim Secretary General to lead Canadian ecumenical body
  • Drainville seeks to unite Quebec and Montreal dioceses
  • Nepal faces new damage and disease

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  • Lay ministry ‘a life’s journey’ for Kamloops senior

    Lay ministry ‘a life’s journey’ for Kamloops senior
    “I’m one of the older lay ministers – I’ve been doing it since before they even called us lay ministers,” O’Della Grundy chuckles, while going over an order of service she will use for a memorial later in the day. “When I talk about [my] ministry to seniors, my daughter always says, ‘Mom, you are one!’”
    By André Forget
    Posted May, 21 2015
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  • The next steps forward

    The next steps forward

    As the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada (TRC) wraps up its work this month, the 
    Anglican Journal asked four Anglicans to reflect on the following questions: Where do you see reconciliation happening between Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal Canadians now? What needs to happen going forward?
    By Anglican Journal staff
    Posted May, 21 2015
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  • Roll up your sleeves! Messy Church Canada is growing

    Roll up your sleeves! Messy Church Canada is growing
    Jesus was a carpenter—a hands-on teacher with a common touch that brought the news of the kingdom to those on the messy fringes of society. It’s not hard to imagine his presence around a crafts table awash in paint, paste and pots of glue in Messy Church, the church of the unchurched.
    By Diana Swift
    Posted May, 21 2015
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  • Visit further cements APCI-Montreal partnership

    Visit further cements APCI-Montreal partnership
    A Montreal priest’s visit to the Anglican Parishes of the Central Interior (APCI) timed to coincide with the parishes’ assembly at the beginning of May has served to further cement a companionship relationship first established in 2008.
    By André Forget
    Posted May, 20 2015
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  • Assisted suicide: How about a few second thoughts?

    Assisted suicide: How about a few second thoughts?
    Archbishop Fred Hiltz is correct in saying Anglicans should “…exhibit an unwavering resolve to include those most affected by our deliberations.”  In response, I am writing my impressions.
    By Adrian Rhodes
    Posted May, 19 2015
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  • Anglican ecumenist to lead CCC

    Anglican ecumenist to lead CCC
    A new chapter of the Rev. Canon Alyson Barnett-Cowan’s lifelong ecumenical engagement has begun with her installation as the new president of the Canadian Council of Churches (CCC) on May 14.
    By Anglican Communion News Service
    Posted May, 19 2015
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  • Happy Victoria Day/Bonne Journée nationale des patriotes

    Happy Victoria Day/Bonne Journée nationale des patriotes

    Our offices will be close on Monday, May 18 for Victoria Day/Journée nationale des patriotes,
    but we'll be back in on May 19.

    Enjoy the long weekend!

    By Anglican Journal staff
    Posted May, 15 2015
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  • Drainville seeks to unite Quebec and Montreal dioceses

     Drainville seeks to unite Quebec and Montreal dioceses
    The bishop of one of two dioceses that account for the majority of the Anglicans in Quebec is seeking election as bishop of the other diocese as well, because “now would be an opportune time to unite the two dioceses.”
    By Harvey Shepherd
    Posted May, 15 2015
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  • Spring cleaning: Good for the soul

    Spring cleaning: Good for the soul
    I write from the land of galloping regime change. You guessed it—from Alberta—where, every generation or two, we elect a new government. My theme, however, does not have to do with politics, but with personal spiritual transformation, which has been occurring alongside our Canadian springtime.
    Wayne Holst
    Posted May, 14 2015
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  • New damage and disease threaten Nepal

    New damage and disease threaten Nepal
    Two weeks before the May 25 deadline set by the Canadian government for matching donations given to registered charities for earthquake relief in Nepal, the Primate’s World Relief and Development Fund (PWRDF) announced that Anglicans had so far donated $167, 937.
    By Leigh Anne Williams
    Posted May, 13 2015
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