Anglican Journal Staff


World briefs

Church members support sailors An Anglican and United Church group is seeking support in their fight to prevent four Filipino sailors from the Maersk Dubai

Synod news briefs

Selection idea loses A proposal to consider a new method for determining the number of delegates a diocese may send to General Synod was defeated.

The way it was … as seen by the Churchman

100 years ago: September 1898 Canadian Churchman reported that it must surely be reckoned among the blessings accorded to the Canadian Church that there has

Archbishop Trevor Huddleston

Apartheid’s most determined white opponent, Archbishop Trevor Huddleston — described as a Christian giant and one of the most courageous Anglican clergymen of his generation

Church pensions office has millennium bug beat

While many businesses are still being bugged by looming computer problems associated with the advent of the year 2000, the Anglican Church pension department has

New hymnal delayed

Common Praise, the church’s new hymn book originally scheduled to be ready for next month’s General Synod, will now likely roll off the presses some


Mildred Michell, an elder whose picture was featured on the front page of October’s Anglican Journal, died on October 2 after suffering a stroke. She

Child poverty — no quick fix

British Columbia’s government should devote more time to child poverty, Archbishop David Crawley said after a meeting with Premier Glen Clark Feb. 23 that yielded

Four receive Anglican Award of Merit

The Anglican Award of Merit, conferred on lay people who have made an outstanding contribution to the church, is given this year to: Betty Gracie,

Patriarch to visit Canada

Toronto’s Maple Leaf Gardens will ring to hallelujahs instead of hockey fans’ enthusiasm May 31 as 20,000 Orthodox Christians pack the building for a divine

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