Michael Harvey Photo: Contributed

Consider this your invitation

The five Marks of Mission in the Anglican church include proclaiming the good news of the kingdom and nurturing new believers. Yet eight out of

POWER FLOWER is a tool that identifies where Canadian stand in society's power structure.

Deconstructing white power

The Canadian Council of Churches has published an in-depth exploration of colour-based power in Canada. Cracking Open White Identity towards Transformation: Canadian Ecumenical Anti-Racism Network

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Young Anglican chosen

Alexandra (Allie) Colp, 22, was chosen from more than 250 applicants to serve as a steward at the meeting of the World Council of Churches

Primate visits Japan

The Oct. 1 to 9 visit to Japan of Archbishop Fred Hiltz, primate of the Anglican Church of Canada, will help inspire the faith of

A snapshot of French immersion

Immersion enrolment in Canada remains stable, neither significantly growing nor declining. During the 2009-10 school year, more than 338,000 Canadian children were enrolled in French

The sale of these chairs provided much-needed cash for mission at St. Matthias in Victoria. Photo: Courtesy of Sotheby's New York

They’re richer than they thought

St. Matthias Anglican Church in Victoria is $630,000 richer after two 17th-century Chinese chairs were sold at Sotheby’s in New York. For decades, the wooden

Childhood trauma bodes ill for future

An aboriginal person who has had a personal or family involvement with a residential school in Canada is statistically more likely to end up in

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Seeing with new eyes

Participants at this summer’s Shalom Justice Camp in Peterborough, Ont., returned home with increased awareness, resolved to act as agents of change. For the Rev.

The sanctuary space will become an atrium and play area. Photo: Contributed

Church transformed

Nearly a decade ago, St. Matthew’s Anglican Church in Winnipeg had fallen into disrepair. Located in a troubled neighbourhood where the poverty rate is at

Photo: Courtesy of Judy Oatway

Art history

Thirteen panels, above, tell the history-in gospel narrative-of Sikri, a remote community in western Kenya. The panels, modelled on a 15th-century Spanish altarpiece, took local

Bishop Thomas O. Morgan prepares to open the 100-year-old time capsule of St. John’s Cathedral. Photo: Derek Punshon

Back to the future

The year was 1912. The Titanic had sunk in April. King George V sat on the English throne. Sir Robert Borden was Canada’s prime minister.

Sacred Circle: Moving to a place of health and happiness. Photo: Lisa Barry/Anglican Video

Supporting initiatives that heal

Archbishop Fred Hiltz, primate of the Anglican Church of Canada, calls human rights violations against Canada’s aboriginal peoples “a blot on the soul of this

The Rev. David Pritchard

Yukon reaches out to Horn of Africa

Like many Canadians, the Rev. David Pritchard of Christ Church Cathedral in Whitehorse was deeply disturbed by the horrific images of displaced and starving people