Anglican–Roman Catholic Dialogue of Canada publishes ecumenical resource

  Anglicans and Roman Catholics have come a long way in working through many of the divisive points that have separated them since the 16th Century. New Stories to Tell: Living Ecumenism Today is a project of the Anglican – Roman Catholic Dialogue of Canada, which illustrates these strides that have been made. It is a document … Continue reading “Anglican–Roman Catholic Dialogue of Canada publishes ecumenical resource”

Coming Soon: Lent 2019 Resource

  Coming Soon: Lent 2019 Resource PWRDF’s Lenten resource, Our Lenten Journey through the Waters of Baptism, provides an opportunity to pray, act and give while deepening your understanding of the work of PWRDF and partners. Go to our website to download the PDF (available March 4) or to subscribe to receive a reflection in your … Continue reading “Coming Soon: Lent 2019 Resource”

Celebrate PWRDF’s 60th anniversary with our new worship resource!

Celebrate PWRDF’s 60th anniversary with our new worship resource! PWRDF is pleased to share a new worship resource. Partners Together on a Journey was created by PWRDF’s Public Engagement Coordinator, Suzanne Rumsey, for parishes to use during our 60th anniversary year celebration. Please tell us how you and your parish are able to use this resource! _____________________________________________________________ … Continue reading “Celebrate PWRDF’s 60th anniversary with our new worship resource!”

International Women’s Day 2019

  International Women’s Day  March 8, 2019 International Women’s Day is an opportunity to celebrate the contributions of women and renew efforts in achieving gender equality – in Canada and around the world. The Government of Canada’s Status of Women’s theme this year is #InnovateForChange. It is a call to action, asking everyone to harness the power of … Continue reading “International Women’s Day 2019”

Healing Poverty

  Poverty, and the fear of poverty, affects many in Canada. One in seven Canadians are currently living in poverty. That means 4.8 million Canadians are struggling to meet their most basic needs every day. The Commission on Justice and Peace of the Canadian Council of Churches recently released a new report called “Healing Poverty.” … Continue reading “Healing Poverty”