Human trafficking consultations wrap up in B.C.

By Matt Gardner May 22, 2019 The last of four regional consultations across the Anglican Church of Canada on how to end human trafficking and modern slavery took place on April 2-5 at the Bethlehem Centre in Nanaimo, B.C.  The gathering, which brought together approximately 20 representatives from the Province of B.C. and Yukon, highlighted … Continue reading “Human trafficking consultations wrap up in B.C.”

Documentary unveils colonial legacies

By Matt Gardner May 1, 2019 Doctrine of Discovery film hailed for ‘helping Canadians to understand some important truths’ about colonial past and present Hundreds of people attended the March 8 premiere screening of a documentary that seeks to help Canadians understand the Doctrine of Discovery. Produced by Anglican Video with support from the Anglican … Continue reading “Documentary unveils colonial legacies”

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”

Canadian Anglican House of Bishops nominate bishops for next Primatial election

  Canadian Anglican House of Bishops nominate bishops for next Primatial election By General Synod Communications on March 27, 2019 Facebook Twitter email The Canadian House of Bishops has nominated five bishops from among their number to stand for election as the next Primate of the Anglican Church of Canada. Archbishop Fred Hiltz, who was … Continue reading “Canadian Anglican House of Bishops nominate bishops for next Primatial election”

‘A mirror for the life of our church’: The history and role of the primacy

By Matt Gardner and Joelle Kidd February 20, 2019 When delegates meet in Vancouver this July for the 42nd General Synod of the Anglican Church of Canada, they will vote for a new primate to succeed Archbishop Fred Hiltz. But what does being primate of the Anglican Church of Canada really entail? The primacy has evolved … Continue reading “‘A mirror for the life of our church’: The history and role of the primacy”