25 years after Peers’s apology, glimmers of ‘true repentance’

By Wayne Holst September 18, 2018 Elder Vi Smith accepts the apology of former primate of the Anglican Church of Canada Archbishop Michael Peers, Minaki, Ont., Aug. 6, 1993. Photo: Anglican Video     How times have changed in the 25 years since former primate Michael Peers offered his apology to Canada’s Indigenous peoples on … Continue reading “25 years after Peers’s apology, glimmers of ‘true repentance’”

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”

Church ‘cannot, will not walk away’ from reconciling role in global conflict, Archbishop of Canterbury tells UN

  Church ‘cannot, will not walk away’ from reconciling role in global conflict, Archbishop of Canterbury tells UN Justin Welby calls on Security Council to match its mediation goals with emphasis on reconciliation By Mary Frances Schjonberg   [Episcopal News Service] Churches are the on the front line of mediation efforts across the world, Archbishop … Continue reading “Church ‘cannot, will not walk away’ from reconciling role in global conflict, Archbishop of Canterbury tells UN”

Guest Blog: From nun school to vicar school

New post on The Community of St Anselm   By St Anselm Online   Guest blogger Claire Jones is a former NonResident Member, currently training for ordained ministry in the Church of England. She blogs at theartofuncertainty.com.  Applications for NonResident (and for Resident) membership are open now. Click here to start an application.    It’s been … Continue reading “Guest Blog: From nun school to vicar school”

Indian Horse offers a powerful story for faith-based discussion

Indian Horse offers a powerful story for faith-based discussion By Sheilagh McGlynn Movies have always been a thing for me. It has always been a treat for me to go and escape reality and be entertained for two hours. And there is always the popcorn, I love popcorn! The reality is that movies are more than … Continue reading “Indian Horse offers a powerful story for faith-based discussion”