COVID-19

PWRDF helps displaced Iraqi families come home

Members of 1,500 displaced families in northern Iraq were more safely able to return to their homes this year as the result of a project funded partly by the Primate’s World Relief and Development Fund (PWRDF).

Pandemic, Advent and the church

I started at St. Saviour’s Anglican Church, Winnipeg, in February 2015 as an interim priest and was appointed incumbent in September 2016. During the interim

On the Plain of Waiting

Beneath the towering umber faces of Mount Sinai lies a broad, empty valley called the Plain of Waiting. Bounded by peaks that rise sharply out

‘Lessons and Carols’ for this Advent

A special gift of the Anglican tradition to the Christian world is the annual festival of Scripture lessons and Christmas carols, both for Advent and

‘God is waiting for us’

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.

Why Christmas isn’t my favourite season

For many years Christ Church Cathedral hosted readings of A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens. Co-sponsored by CBC radio, these enormously popular readings were held

Longing and living in our Advent lockdown

In Manitoba, as I write this, we have completed our second week of critical level restrictions. “What? It’s only been two weeks?” is an understandable

Kings and queens of love

In a review of the fourth season of Netflix’s “The Crown,” Dean Peter Elliott considers the intersection of royal fairy tales and sin. An estimated

Advertisements