Why Are We Here? A Meditation on Canada

WHY ARE WE HERE? A Meditation on Canada by Mary Jo Leddy Novalis  Toronto February, 2019 103 pages. Paperback. $12.89 CAD ISBN #978-2=89688-580-0.Publishers Promo: Acclaimed author and human rights advocate Mary Jo Leddy examines the moral challenges facing Canada in this time of social exclusion and environmental ruin. She focuses particularly on three of our … Continue reading “Why Are We Here? A Meditation on Canada”

Doctrine of Discovery: Stolen Land, Strong Hearts

  On Friday, March 8, Anglican Video, in Partnership with the Primate’s Commission on Discovery, Reconciliation and Justice, launched “Stolen Land; Strong Hearts”. This full-length documentary features Indigenous leaders, legal scholars, a senator, historians, allies, and church leaders who help us to understand what the Doctrine of Discovery is, how it has historically impacted Indigenous … Continue reading “Doctrine of Discovery: Stolen Land, Strong Hearts”

Acknowledging the painful errors of our past

By Mark MacDonald January 29, 2019   A few decades ago, I heard a classmate-friend give a comparison and an example that has been clinging to me since. He had been a conscientious objector serving as a medic in Vietnam. Speaking of the intense preparations to be ready for surgeries in the battlefield environment, he described … Continue reading “Acknowledging the painful errors of our past”

Diocese of Huron hosts Ninth Consultation of Anglican Bishops in Dialogue

The Ninth Consultation of Anglican Bishops in Dialogue meets in London, Ontario. Photo by Anglican Video Diocese of Huron hosts Ninth Consultation of Anglican Bishops in Dialogue By Matt Gardner August 21, 2018   Facebook Twitter email   “Constancy” is defined as both the quality of being faithful and dependable, and of being unwavering and … Continue reading “Diocese of Huron hosts Ninth Consultation of Anglican Bishops in Dialogue”

CLAY hosts second-largest-ever blanket exercise

By Joelle Kidd August 20, 2018 A participant playing the role of “settler” hands out yellow cards marked with an “X.” The yellow cards represent the First Nations children who died while attending a residential school. Photo: Joelle Kidd   Thunder Bay, Ont. Around 800 participants joined in one of the largest-ever instances of a … Continue reading “CLAY hosts second-largest-ever blanket exercise”