PROFILE : Thomas Merton (Webcast)

  Religion & Ethics Newsweekly, November 21, 2008, Episode no. 1212      PROFILE: Thomas Merton     To read: http://www.pbs.org/wnet/religionandethics/episodes/episode-no-1212/profile-thomas-merton/1378/     For more information and/or a free subscription to the Religon & Ethics Newsweekly, visit the website: http://www.pbs.org/religion            

Prayer investors’ report from South Africa Ali Symons

Prayer investors’ report from South Africa   By Ali Symons, General Synod Web Writer     (Ali Symons wrote this report after a recent trip to South Africa. She travelled with colleagues Lisa Barry, senior producer of Anglican Video, and Bev Murphy, circulation manager for the Anglican Journal. Between Sept. 28 to Oct. 3 they … Continue reading “Prayer investors’ report from South Africa Ali Symons”

An Anglican enveloped by Greek hospitality By Ali Symons

  An Anglican enveloped by Greek hospitality   By Ali Symons, General Synod Web Writer     He was the odd Anglican out, but he had a wonderful time. This past summer, the Rev. Craig Bowers of Ottawa, Ont. was the first Anglican to participate in a learning experience hosted by the Greek Orthodox Church. … Continue reading “An Anglican enveloped by Greek hospitality By Ali Symons”

Rector of Trinity Wall Street talks about the financial crisis, 9/11 and faith By David Ian Miller

Rector of Trinity Wall Street talks about the financial crisis, 9/11 and faith   Interview  of The Rev. James H Cooper, rector of Trinity Church on Wall Street By David Ian Miller   Introduction Trinity Church Wall Street has ministered to the people of New York City in joy and sorrow, terror and triumph since its … Continue reading “Rector of Trinity Wall Street talks about the financial crisis, 9/11 and faith By David Ian Miller”

An unusual road trip to former residential schools By Ali Symons

  An unusual road trip to former residential schools   By Ali Symons, General Synod Web Writer   For much of last year, archivist Ted Wickson was deep in residential schools research. He sorted through stacks of documents in the General Synod Archives and wrote up individual histories of all schools run by the Anglican … Continue reading “An unusual road trip to former residential schools By Ali Symons”