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Ingham alleges misquote

VancouverBishop Michael Ingham denies he told a U.S. journalist that "liberalism in the Anglican Communion is dead." The quote appears in a soon-to-be released...

Anglicans consider whether centre vanishing

"The centre may appear to be vanished, but the only thing at risk of vanishing is us," said Bishop Anthony Burton of Saskatchewan at...

Canada news briefs: Ecclesiastical Province of Canada

Family leaves church A Chilean family claiming refugee status has finally left the sanctuary of Christ Church Anglican Church in St....

Carey lends political clout

Frustrated by lack of government assistance and dwarfed by the Roman Catholic population, Anglicans in Central America turned to the Archbishop of...

Archbishop Curtis announces retirement

Archbishop Barry CurtisArchbishop Barry Curtis closed the 62nd Synod of the Diocese of Calgary by saying he will retire June 30, 1999. "After 40...

Ingham caught between bishops, diocesan council

Bishop Michael Ingham is being advised by his diocesan council to ignore a national House of Bishops resolution urging him to delay making a...

None of us is a stereotype to God

I SOMETIMES FIND driving in Britain stressful. This summer I dealt with not only the usual Yorkshire sheep, but once with a horse, galloping...

Canada news briefs: Ecclesiastical Province of British Columbia and Yukon

New parish in New Westminster The new millennium will welcome a new parish into the Diocese of New Westminster. On Jan. 1, 2000, the...

Legal bills mount as lawsuit numbers climb

Lawyers' and counselling fees related to residential schools problems have already cost the church over $129,000 this year and the church's treasurer expects it...

Women form support group, Internet chat

A women's conference has led to an Internet chat line and a women's support group. The first North American Anglican Women's Leadership Conference...

Cancel debt of poor world, churches urge

Ottawa A national ecumenical campaign calling for the cancellation of the debts of the world's poorest countries by the Jubilee year 2000 was launched...

Government watched former primate

The APEC summit wasn't the first time members of the Anglican Church were monitored by security officials. Former primate Ted Scott said he...

Ecclesiastical Province of Canada

Land records saved on single disk The Diocese of Nova Scotia and P.E.I., has found a practical way to keep track of land records. Every...

Nisga’a chief defends land deal

The vocal opposition to the proposed Nisga'a treaty comes as no surprise to the president of the Nisga'a Tribal Council. ...

Anglicans watched

Military documents called protesters from the Anglican Church of Canada "anti-APEC" and "anti-economy" leading up to the Asia Pacific Economic Co-operation summit in Vancouver...