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  • Accepting uncertainty, embracing weakness
    Accepting uncertainty, embracing weakness
  • Thomas Merton turns 100
    Thomas Merton turns 100
  • Inequality as injustice
    Inequality as injustice
  • Celebrating the covenant
    Celebrating the covenant
  • Welby’s and West’s recipes for justice
    Welby’s and West’s recipes for justice
  • Disconnect to reconnect
    Disconnect to reconnect
  • Should lines be drawn?
    Should lines be drawn?
  • Journal launches special TRC web page
    Journal launches TRC web page
  • Accepting uncertainty, embracing weakness
  • Thomas Merton turns 100
  • Inequality as injustice
  • Celebrating the covenant
  • Welby’s and West’s recipes for justice
  • Disconnect to reconnect
  • Should lines be drawn?
  • Journal launches special TRC web page

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  • Accepting uncertainty, embracing weakness

    Accepting uncertainty, embracing weakness

    On the frosty morning of January 30, participants at the Vital Church Planting conference at St. Paul’s Bloor Street in Toronto took some time to explore the virtues of slowing down, accepting uncertainty and embracing weakness. 

    By André Forget
    Posted January, 30 2015
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  • Thomas Merton: Still relevant after 100 years

    Thomas Merton: Still relevant after 100 years
    January 31 marks the 100th anniversary of Thomas Merton’s birth. In the same way that people remember where they were when John Kennedy was assassinated, I can recall with intense clarity the moment I discovered Merton.
    By Jane Christmas
    Posted January, 30 2015
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  • Inequality as injustice

    Inequality as injustice

    Located at it is on Wall Street in Manhattan, Trinity Church was an apt place for four panelists to wrestle with the question of when inequality becomes exploitation and sin.

    By Leigh Anne Williams
    Posted January, 28 2015
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  • Disconnect to reconnect

    Disconnect to reconnect
    The End of Absence: Reclaiming What We’ve Lost in a World of Constant Communication (winner of the 2014 Governor General’s Literary Award for Nonfiction) explores how the digital revolution now dictating so much of our day-to-day activity unfolded, what it entails for our personal and professional lives—and why we should at least try to resist the temptations constantly on offer from the blinking screens in our homes, offices and in our own pockets.
    By Michael Lapointe
    Posted January, 27 2015
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  • Welby’s and West’s recipes for justice

     Welby’s and West’s recipes for justice
    Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby and author Cornel West opened the Trinity Institute’s “Creating Common Good: A Practical Conference on Economic Inequality” that took place in Manhattan from Jan. 22 to 25 in two very different styles of address. But in their messages about what Christians are called to do in the face of inequality and injustice, there was a remarkable convergence.
    By Leigh Anne Williams
    Posted January, 26 2015
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  • Freedom of expression vs. religious sensibilities: What's the balance?

    Freedom of expression vs. religious sensibilities: What's the balance?
    In light of January's tragic events in Paris, Western democracies are reflecting on one of their core values: the right to freedom of expression even if that freedom offends people. A legacy of the 18th-century Enlightenment, this value has given Westerners wide latitude to mock social institutions from the monarchy to the church.
    By Diana Swift
    Posted January, 26 2015
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  • Portrait of a leader in tumultuous times

    Portrait of a leader in tumultuous times
    As primate of the Anglican Church of Canada from 1986 to 2004, Michael Peers faced turbulence in nearly every aspect of church life.
    By Solange De Santis
    Posted January, 26 2015
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  • Words of hope and courage

    Words of hope and courage
    Yesterday, I received this on Facebook from a friend. She says, in so few words, that which so many of us struggle to say with many:
    By Mark MacDonald
    Posted January, 23 2015
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  • Two-state solution is over, says Israeli activist

    Two-state solution is over, says Israeli activist
    The two-state solution to the decades-long conflict between Israel and Palestine is “way long and dead and over,” Jeff Halper, an Israeli peace activist and academic, told an audience gathered at the Bloor Street United Church in Toronto on Jan. 21.
    By Leigh Anne Williams
    Posted January, 23 2015
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  • Ecumenism alive and well in Newfoundland

    Ecumenism alive and well in Newfoundland

    Students and faculty of Queen’s College in the diocese of Eastern Newfoundland and Labrador kicked off the annual Week of Prayer for Christian Unity with an interdenominational service featuring a sermon from Archbishop Martin Currie of the Roman Catholic archdiocese of St. John's. 



    By André Forget
    Posted January, 21 2015
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