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”

Save us from the time of trial

By Mark MacDonald May 4, 2018 “We are, quite often, tempted to gain the world at the loss of our soul.” Image: Ohn Robin/Shutterstock Not really knowing what to do, writing this piece might be merely therapeutic for me; thinking out loud, perhaps. I am speaking about the recently announced decision that Pope Francis would … Continue reading “Save us from the time of trial”

Anglicans stand against Kinder Morgan pipeline expansion as project hits roadblocks

By Joelle Kidd April 26, 2018 National Indigenous Anglican Bishop Mark MacDonald, third from left, was among those who gathered to protest the expansion of the Trans Mountain pipeline at Westridge Marine Terminal in Burnaby, B.C., April 20. Photo: Christine Boyle   Local Anglican clergy and lay people and the National Indigenous Anglican Bishop are … Continue reading “Anglicans stand against Kinder Morgan pipeline expansion as project hits roadblocks”

Anglican-affiliated college to offer course on reconciliation

  By Tali Folkins March 1, 2018 Students who take the course, says instructor Kelly Laurila, may find that it prompts them “to question the Canada that they’ve always known.” Photo: Contributed   An Anglican-affiliated college in Ontario is introducing a non-credit course this spring in Indigenous/non-Indigenous reconciliation. From April 26 to June 28, Renison … Continue reading “Anglican-affiliated college to offer course on reconciliation”

A struggle for hope

By Mark MacDonald January 30, 2018 “We are a people who proclaim that in the midst of death, there is life.” Photo: Nito/Shutterstock Yesterday, we received news that another young person in an Indigenous community had taken their life. It is a deeply sad and disturbing event, for the family and community, but also for … Continue reading “A struggle for hope”