From the Primate: Discerning when to speak

By Archbishop Linda Nicholls   When we can gather at a watercooler at work or in the pub with friends, we enjoy expressing our opinions on the latest sports events, favourite movies or political action. However, in these days of social media and instant communications, when little if anything is private, we are called to … Continue reading “From the Primate: Discerning when to speak”

Anglican spiritual care practitioners talk COVID-19 (Part 3)

By Joelle Kidd   Much has changed since COVID-19, the disease caused by novel coronavirus SARA-CoV-2, was declared a global pandemic in March—including the suspension of in-person church services and social distancing and isolation measures for all Canadians. But some Anglicans who work in the healthcare field now find themselves on the front lines of … Continue reading “Anglican spiritual care practitioners talk COVID-19 (Part 3)”

Anglican spiritual care practitioners talk COVID-19 (Part 2)

By Joelle Kidd Read Part 1 of this story here. Much has changed since COVID-19, the disease caused by novel coronavirus SARA-CoV-2, was declared a global pandemic in March—including the suspension of in-person church services and social distancing and isolation measures for all Canadians. But some Anglicans who work in the healthcare field now find … Continue reading “Anglican spiritual care practitioners talk COVID-19 (Part 2)”

Anglican spiritual care practitioners talk COVID-19 (Part 1)

By Joelle Kidd   Much has changed since COVID-19, the disease caused by novel coronavirus SARA-CoV-2, was declared a global pandemic in March—including the suspension of in-person church services and social distancing and isolation measures for all Canadians. But some Anglicans who work in the healthcare field now find themselves on the front lines of … Continue reading “Anglican spiritual care practitioners talk COVID-19 (Part 1)”

Julian of Norwich: ‘A theologian for our time’

By Matt Gardner   The pandemic swept through Europe with terrifying speed, leaving in its wake a staggering death toll and severe economic dislocation. The disease was the Black Death. The time was the Middle Ages. But the description may strike a familiar chord for readers today. As the world reels from the ongoing COVID-19 … Continue reading “Julian of Norwich: ‘A theologian for our time’”