Jerusalem Sunday 2018 celebrates ministry of women and mothers

Women from the Anglican Diocese of Ottawa gather atop the Mount of Olives overlooking the Old City during their pilgrimage to Jerusalem in November 2016. Photo by Susan Lomas Jerusalem Sunday 2018 celebrates ministry of women and mothers By Matt Gardner April 26, 2018 Facebook Twitter email   This year’s Jerusalem Sunday celebration falls on … Continue reading “Jerusalem Sunday 2018 celebrates ministry of women and mothers”

National Restorative Justice Symposium Resources

The Planning Committee of the National Restorative Justice Symposium and our partners at the Collaborative Justice Program have been working hard to curate and host all the content from NRJS 2017. All of the resources are currently available and can be viewed here. We are featuring a few of the highlights below. The final report … Continue reading “National Restorative Justice Symposium Resources”

Ashes to ashes, dust to dust: Lent begins February 14

By Joelle Kidd February 08, 2018   Ash Wednesday, the first day of Lent, is marked by the imposition of ashes in the form of a cross on the foreheads of the faithful. Photo: Penwin/Shutterstock   “Remember that you are dust, and to dust you shall return” (Genesis 3:19). These are the words that Christians … Continue reading “Ashes to ashes, dust to dust: Lent begins February 14”

Lent Resources: Massachusetts’ priest invites 32 saints to “battle it out” on the internet

Posted on: February 07, 2018 Photo Credit: Lent Madness Lent Madness is the name a priest from the US-based Episcopal Church’s Diocese of Massachusetts gave to his unusual Lent campaign. The Revd Tim Schenck says that “with its unique blend of competition, learning, and humour” his online battle of the saints will allow participants “to … Continue reading “Lent Resources: Massachusetts’ priest invites 32 saints to “battle it out” on the internet”