Primate calls for church to show ‘humble humanity,’ practice ‘good disagreement’ in marriage canon discussions

By Joelle Kidd November 23, 2018 Mississauga, Ont. The church should embrace a “humble humanity” and a “way of living together that is more respectful of our dignity as children of God,” Archbishop Fred Hiltz, primate of the Anglican Church of Canada, said Friday in a report to Council of General Synod (CoGS). The primate, … Continue reading “Primate calls for church to show ‘humble humanity,’ practice ‘good disagreement’ in marriage canon discussions”

How would amended marriage canon affect self-determining Indigenous church, Sacred Circle asks

By Tali Folkins August 15, 2018 The Rev. Manasee Ulayuk, diocese of the Arctic, addresses Sacred Circle Wednesday, August 8. Photo: Tali Folkins   Shortly before it concluded its business Friday, August 10, the ninth Indigenous Anglican Sacred Circle offered a number of suggestions, questions and concerns to the Anglican Council of Indigenous Peoples (ACIP) … Continue reading “How would amended marriage canon affect self-determining Indigenous church, Sacred Circle asks”