‘There will always be a relationship between our church and Cuba’

By Tali Folkins March 8, 2018 Archbishop Fred Hiltz, primate of the Anglican Church of Canada, with Griselda Delgado del Carpio, bishop of the Episcopal Church of Cuba, during a visit by Hiltz to Cuba in February 2016. Photo: Andrea Mann   The Anglican Church of Canada will continue to have some sort of a … Continue reading “‘There will always be a relationship between our church and Cuba’”

#MeToo and the Church—Part Two: Development of sexual misconduct policies

By Matt Gardner Read Part One. The development of sexual misconduct policies across the Anglican Church of Canada starting in the early 1990s reflected wider historical changes in public attitudes towards sexual abuse and harassment. The  public acknowledgement of sexual harassment developed largely out of the women’s rights movement and second-wave feminism in the 1970s and … Continue reading “#MeToo and the Church—Part Two: Development of sexual misconduct policies”

#MeToo and the Church—Part One: How can Anglicans respond?

By Matt Gardner The #MeToo movement has led to an explosion of public discussion around the prevalence of—and disclosure of personal experiences about—sexual violence, harassment, and abuse. In the months since use of the hashtag began trending on social media following allegations of sexual violence by public figures such as Harvey Weinstein, thousands of survivors … Continue reading “#MeToo and the Church—Part One: How can Anglicans respond?”

CoGs ponders finances, structure of Indigenous church

By Tali Folkins on June, 29 2017 National Indigenous Anglican Bishop Mark MacDonald updates members of Council of General Synod (CoGS) on plans for a self-determining Indigenous Anglican organization Saturday, June 24. Photo: Marites N. Sison A series of reports on the planned self-determining Canadian Indigenous Anglican church presented to Council of General Synod (CoGS) Saturday, … Continue reading “CoGs ponders finances, structure of Indigenous church”