I Got to Meet Nadia Bolz-Weber

  By Martha Tatarnic April 9, 2019 MinistryMatters The Up-close Cost of Celebrity   Nadia Bolz-Weber at The New Story Festival in Austin, Texas I got to meet Nadia Bolz-Weber. By ‘meet’ I mean that I got to hear her speak, and then I got to have her sign a copy of her newest book while … Continue reading “I Got to Meet Nadia Bolz-Weber”

‘Our people are still so much in need of healing’

By Tali Folkins April 8, 2019 The new coordinator of the Anglican Healing Fund: on residential schools, trauma and recovery Last November, there was a new leader at the Anglican Church of Canada’s national office: Martha Many Grey Horses had arrived to take up her new role as coordinator of the Anglican Healing Fund, which … Continue reading “‘Our people are still so much in need of healing’”

Walking the way of Christ in the precincts of Parliament

Posted on: April 4, 2019 As the UK Parliament makes headlines across the world for its debates on Brexit – the UK’s withdrawal from the European Union, we republish this feature by Bernadette Kehoe, first published in the September 2017 edition of Anglican World magazine, which highlights the work of Church of England bishops in … Continue reading “Walking the way of Christ in the precincts of Parliament”

Coming in from the cold: A new future for Anglicans in Cuba

Posted on: March 7, 2019 Pensylvania pilgrims standing by the clergy vesting sacristry which is all that remains of San Felipe Diacono in Limonar (see below for full photo) The Iglesia Episcopal de Cuba is a full member of the Anglican Communion but not part of a formally recognised province. It is one of six … Continue reading “Coming in from the cold: A new future for Anglicans in Cuba”

New immigration programs for migrant caregivers ‘good news,’ KAIROS advocate says

By Joelle Kidd March 21, 2019 KAIROS Canada says it is “greatly encouraged” by new government of Canada pilot programs for migrant caregivers that promise an assured pathway to permanent residency for workers, which the justice organization in a statement called “good news for migrant caregivers.” On Feb. 23, 2019, the government of Canada announced … Continue reading “New immigration programs for migrant caregivers ‘good news,’ KAIROS advocate says”