Cornerstone Housing for Women—a community ministry of the diocese of Ottawa—has launched a $6.8 million project to convert the former “Mother House” of a Roman Catholic religious community into a home for 42 women needing safe, affordable housing.
A St. Catharines, Ont., priest has been chosen to represent the Anglican Church of Canada at this year’s session of the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women
On January 11, Hiyab, Arsema and Kidisti* stood outside the Red Cross building on Randolph Avenue in Toronto, facing a hard decision.
In a joint statement
released Wednesday, March 1, the four leaders of the Anglican, Episcopal and Lutheran churches in Canada and the United States call on their churches to “be mindful of the global refugee and migration crises and the injustices and conflicts” that have caused the number of refugees now in the world to be the highest in history.
Today, March 1, Christians around the world will engage in a ritual at least 1,400* years old: Ash Wednesday.