Sue Careless

Sue Careless

Inuit bring the gospel south

From left, Lizzie York, Paulossie Napartuk, Rev. Iola Metuq, (centre), having tea at New Life Girls’ Home in Consecon, Ont. with Inuit staff member Jessie

Challenged to become good news’

JEAN VANIER has been transformed by the people he has served. And the transformation is attracting thousands of others. Mr. Vanier, 72, has spent half

Spiritual mentors required

STUDENTS TAKING advantage of Wycliffe College’s new spiritual mentoring program have enthusiastically referred to their spiritual directors as “an absolute gift” and “spiritual parents.” Many

Rwandan calls for spiritual healing

Rutayisire “I want to confess before God and all of you the sins I committed when I was still in darkness. A time like this

Cathedral continues long social history

Very Rev. Bruce Howe has offered sanctuary to refugees in St. Paul’s Cathedral. AMONG ITS claims to fame, the oldest church in southwestern Ontario has

Christian artwork exhibited

Mother of God of Canada is by Slavko Protic. Jesus’ robe is decorated with a gold fleur-de-lis within a maple leaf, expressing the artist’s love

ARM chair named

Captain Reed Fleming of the Anglican Church Army in Canada has been appointed chairman of Anglican Renewal Ministries. Capt. Fleming is the first lay person

Baycroft in Rome

The former bishop of Ottawa spent Christmas Eve with Pope John Paul II. Bishop John Baycroft represented the Anglican Communion during the Pope’s televised Christmas

Former Pentecostal leader becomes Anglican

IT’S NOT UNCOMMON to hear stories of people who were raised Anglican or Roman Catholic becoming Pentecostals later in life. But recently, a prominent Pentecostal

Author on journey of self-discovery

Joy Kogawa signing a book at the Festival of Faith and Writing. EVERY BOOK I’ve written has changed me,” says poet and novelist Joy Kogawa.

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