Indigenous Anglican church could help Canada find its spiritual voice, Sacred Circle hears

By Tali Folkins August 21, 2018 “An Indigenous Anglican church can help Canadian society recover its spiritual vocabulary and its boldness in speaking about its souls,” Canon Martin Brokenleg told Sacred Circle. Photo: Anglican Video   A self-determining Indigenous church could bring new spiritual life not just to Canada’s Indigenous Anglicans, but to the country … Continue reading “Indigenous Anglican church could help Canada find its spiritual voice, Sacred Circle hears”

Indigenous family finds ancestors in spirit in General Synod archives

By Tali Folkins July 26, 2018 Archdeacon Larry Beardy says his family’s research is part of the process of healing from disruption, displacement and loss of identity. Photo: Tali Folkins For Archdeacon Larry Beardy, priest at St. John the Baptist Anglican Church in Split Lake, Man., genealogy is not a mere hobby. His family feels … Continue reading “Indigenous family finds ancestors in spirit in General Synod archives”

Metis Pioneers

METIS PIONEERS Marie Rose Delorme Smith and Isabella Clark Hardisty LougheedTwo Remarkable Metis Women’s Lives During the Prairie West’s Transition From the Fur Tradeby Doris Jeanne MacKinnon, University of Alberta Press, Mar. 2018 2018. 556 pages. Paper. $40.00 CAD. ISBN #978-1-77212-271-8   Publisher’s Promo:   In Metis Pioneers, Doris Jeanne MacKinnon compares the survival strategies … Continue reading “Metis Pioneers”