A tribute to pioneers of Canadian Anglican-Lutheran community

By Wayne Holst June 19, 2018 Quebec City’s Anglican Cathedral of the Holy Trinity. Photo: Renaudp10/Wikimedia Commons Keith Boeckner and Joan Polfuss-Boeckner. Photo: Contributed     Keith Boeckner and Joan Polfuss-Boeckner. Photo: Contributed In 1992, my friends Keith Boeckner and Joan Polfuss-Boeckner, Lutheran graduates from what is now Wilfrid Laurier University in southern Ontario, publicly … Continue reading “A tribute to pioneers of Canadian Anglican-Lutheran community”

Who is my neighbour?

Rev. Scott Sharman  Follow Animator for Ecumenical and Interfaith Relations for the Anglican Church of Canada May 15, 2018 Who is my neighbour?   “If Muslims and Christians are not at peace, the world cannot be at peace. With the terrible weaponry of the modern world; with Muslims and Christians intertwined everywhere as never before, … Continue reading “Who is my neighbour?”

A wonderful legacy

By Fred Hiltz June 4, 2018     Kingston’s Church of the Good Shepherd is being redeveloped for new ministries. Photo: Mark Hauser (This column first appeared in the June 2018 issue of the Anglican Journal.) For just a few minutes, I want to take you to a very special place I was privileged to … Continue reading “A wonderful legacy”

Why, God?

By Martha Tatarnic Follow The Reverend Martha Tatarnic serves as the rector of St. George’s Anglican Church in St. Catharines. May 11, 2018 The Reverend Canon Rob Read Why, God? Reflecting on the Life and Death of The Reverend Canon Rob Fead That the question is age-old and has been hurled at the heavens countless times … Continue reading “Why, God?”

A unifying ideal

  By Israel Fouché 31 May 2018  A resident member of the Community of St Anselm at Lambeth Palace, Israel Fouché, reflects on ideas around “community”. What is one word that can conjure up a deep feeling of longing and simultaneously feelings of dread? A word that encompasses a unifying ideal yet the very thing … Continue reading “A unifying ideal”