February 2022 Issue

Pandemic challenges hospital chaplains

‘Racism is very bad for your health’

Psychologist Myrna Lashley shares her thoughts on the church’s historic role in propagating systemic racism as well as the role of Christians in the movement ...

Anglican Foundation gives out more than $1 million in grants for 2021

The Anglican Foundation of Canada (AFC) awarded more than $1 million in grants in 2021—a total that executive director Scott Brubacher calls “extraordinary” and potentially ...

Richard Johns remembered as steady presence at Church House

Richard Johns, who served for three decades as director of personnel at Church House, died on Nov. 28 after a ...

February issue shows Anglicans meeting challenges

February issue shares stories of struggle—from racism to the pandemic—and reflection on coping.

Seeing through the pandemic’s haze

I left home very early that morning to prepare for the 8 a.m. Eucharist at the parish I served, driving ...

The fulfillment of the Sacred Circle

National Indigenous Archbishop Mark MacDonald on the two foundational documents of the Indigenous Anglican church.

Anglican Journal welcomes new staff writer

Sean Frankling officially joined the Journal team on Jan. 4, bringing experience in both print and digital media.

On steering past the spireas—and surrendering our burdens

The myriad attempts to back out of my long, narrow driveway are embarrassingly comical.

‘Passionate for justice’: Anglicans remember Desmond Tutu

“In a time when we’re accustomed to fallen heroes, Desmond Tutu was the real thing,” recalls Michael Ingham, retired bishop of New Westminster.
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