A first round of strategic planning consultation sessions with Canadian Anglicans has revealed a sense of profound change at hand in the church, the Council of General Synod (CoGS) heard at an online meeting Nov. 6-8.
For a woman in medieval Europe, the Benedictine abbess later known as St. Hildegard occupied a relatively privileged position.
The associate priest of an Edmonton church says her church is grateful for having strictly followed COVID-19 protocols after a close brush with the disease.
Despite the difficulties and uncertainties brought by the COVID-19 pandemic, General Synod is projected to end the year with a substantial surplus, Council of General Synod (CoGS) heard Nov. 7.
Council of General Synod (CoGS) appointed seven members to the Dismantling Racism Task Force at its November meeting. Members of the task force include Dale...
The COVID-19 pandemic is first and foremost a public health crisis.
As the tumultuous year 2020 drew to a close, and as Canadian Anglicans looked towards another year of uncertainty, the Anglican Journal informally surveyed members of the Council of General Synod (CoGS) about the presentation on the national church’s strategic planning process they’d heard Nov. 6.
With a new year beginning, the January Anglican Journal takes a look at the Anglican Church of Canada at the closing of an unusual and difficult 2020.
The only Orthodox theological programs in Canada accredited by the Association of Theological Schools are offered at a historically Anglican college—a fact that may seem counterintuitive.
The Anglican Church of Canada’s Faith, Worship and Ministry (FWM) Committee is hoping the next General Synod will see a full communion agreement with another denomination: the Moravians, Council of General Synod (CoGS) heard Nov. 8.
With the global COVID-19 pandemic turning life on its head, 2020 turned out to be a year of shattered assumptions. The latest issue of...
Canon Angus Sewap, a Pelican Narrows priest whose quiet presence carried tremendous authority, has died from complications due to COVID-19. He was 72.
As COVID-19 propels us towards a different kind of Christmas, this Advent could be a time for considering God’s expectations for Christians and the church, says Newfoundland priest and theological studies professor Robert Cooke.
Since mid-March, when churches in the diocese of Quebec began to close for in-person worship, Joan Boeckner, 75, a parishioner at Quebec City’s Cathedral of the Holy Trinity, has not been going to church.
A new web page on the Anglican Church of Canada website offers a collection of theological essays that address the Eucharist and other spiritual...