Reconciliation is doing ‘with,’ not ‘for’

By Art Babych June 25, 2018 The Rev. Jason Pollick, the incumbent at St. Margaret’s Anglican Church in Ottawa, and the Rev. Aigah Attagutsiak, assistant curate at St. Margaret’s, preside at the church’s “All Together” service June 17 in English and Inuktitut. Photo: Art Babych   Reconciliation is more than just a recognition and admission … Continue reading “Reconciliation is doing ‘with,’ not ‘for’”

Non-Indigenous people must move beyond guilt, says Anglican reconciliation animator

By Art Babych May 29, 2018 Participants from the workshop on reconciliation take part in a smudging ceremony and a “Standing Stones” liturgy outside Christ Church Bells Corners, Ottawa. Photo: Art Babych   Non-indigenous people need to work through their own feelings of guilt and shame in order to make true reconciliation attempts, says Melanie … Continue reading “Non-Indigenous people must move beyond guilt, says Anglican reconciliation animator”