Letters to the Editor

A few more resolutions for the church

Editor's note: In the January issue of the Anglican Journal, we suggested six New Year's resolutions for the Anglican Church of Canada and we...

A season to reflect, forego consumerism

Most of my students come from "non-liturgical" traditions. I like to introduce my first-year students to the church year around Advent, which usually begins...

A special time for shut-ins, seniors in retirement homes

I am priest-in-charge of the ministry to seniors in Prince Edward County, diocese of Ontario. There are 12 nursing and retirement homes, which we...

A time to share God’s love

I am the deacon in the church of St. John the Evangelist in Leamington, Ont. My outreach ministry is as chaplain in Leamington District...

There is goodness in the world’

We have a program called the Good Samaritan which links various churches in our community through outreach and social projects. It was developed to...

Featured letter: Who is responsible for membership?

Dear editor, As rector of a small parish mostly full of wonderful senior citizens, I was recently horrified to hear a younger clergy person say...

‘You were born for this’

When reflecting on how the Christmas story is relevant in my ministry as a hospital chaplain, I am aware that I am surrounded daily...

A different kind of Christmas

I am the deacon in the church of St. John the Evangelist in Leamington, Ont. My outreach ministry is as chaplain in Leamington District...

A moratorium on letters about homosexuality?

YES: let us move on and broaden our horizons Dear editor, Re: A moratorium on letters about homosexuality? (October Anglican Journal). As an avid reader and...

Corrections

Wangusa The Anglican Journal published an incorrect photo to accompany a story about the appointment of Hellen Grace Wangusa as the next Anglican United Nations...

ABC ‘much more than a bookstore’

Dear editor, Re: Group calls for closure of bookstore (November). I am astonished to hear that a committee has recommended the closure of the...

Letters to the Editor

Synod delegates are missing opportunitiesDear editor, Re: (Dioceses question cost of Synod meeting, May issue) What horror: the idea that we would be asked for...

Letters to the editor

The Anglican Journal welcomes letters to the editor. Preference is given to letters under 200 words. All letters are subject to editing for length,...

As the young people say, protesting is ‘so yesterday’

Dear editor, I was struck by two contrasting stories in your February issue. The Primate's World Relief and Development Fund's AIDS campaign is flagging (Primate's...

A chaplain preoccupied with God, not mammon

Dear editor, Thank you so much for Peter Moon's article about Capt. Fraser Harvey (Army chaplain jumps in feet first after his flock, Jan. 27...