United Nations hears of Anglican Communion Churches’ active role in tackling climate change

Posted on: June 7, 2019  The Anglican Communion’s Advocacy Officer and Head of New York Office, Jillian Abballe, took part in a UN TV discussion this week Photo Credit: ACNS [ACNS, by Rachel Farmer] The vital role of the church and faith communities in tackling climate change was highlighted during a televised discussion broadcast live … Continue reading “United Nations hears of Anglican Communion Churches’ active role in tackling climate change”

The Latest from Bearings Online: Book Notes, May 2019

  The Latest from Bearings Online Book Notes, May 2019 May 28, 2019 By Collegeville Institute Bearings Online is a web-based publication produced several times a week that examines relationships between religion and culture, highlights unexplored facets of contemporary religious life, and suggests faithful responses to today’s problems and opportunities. In this series, we highlight books … Continue reading “The Latest from Bearings Online: Book Notes, May 2019”

I believe in the Anglican Communion

By Archdeacon Paul Feheley 24 May 2019  The Principal Secretary to the Primate of the Anglican Church of Canada, the National Director of the Anglican Fellowship of Prayer, and the parish priest of St Michael and All Angels Church in Toronto, Archdeacon Paul Feheley, reflects on the recent meeting of the Anglican Consultative Council.   … Continue reading “I believe in the Anglican Communion”

Former Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams and Author Greg Garrett talk politics, culture and faith

Church Publishing Inc. Posted May 13, 2019 Author Greg Garrett (left) and former Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams Photo: Church Publishing Inc. Would you like to be a fly on the wall while two intellectual and spiritual heavyweights have a free ranging discourse on issues from preaching, pacifism, and politics, as well as Shakespeare, poetry, … Continue reading “Former Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams and Author Greg Garrett talk politics, culture and faith”

Golden Threads from Heaven

Golden Threads from Heaven Melanie  Delva Excerpt: “Strong Hearts” newsletter, May 15, 2019      April 7, 2019 No one knows the “absolute” answer on how to bring about reconciliation between Canada’s First Nations, Inuit, and Metis peoples, and those of us whose peoples displaced them, according to Debra Sparrow, a Musqueam weaver, artist and … Continue reading “Golden Threads from Heaven”