Debra Fieguth



Elaine Sawkins (middle) of St. John the Baptist, Anglican diocese of Ontario, was among those who greeted the truth and reconciliation walkers. They include (L to R): Remi Nakogee, Daren Hughie, Frances Whiskeychan, Patrick Etherington, Sr. and behind him, Patrick Etherington, Jr. and Maurice Wesley. Photo: Contributed

Breaking the residential school cycle, one step at a time

Six walkers travelling from Cochrane, Ont., to Ottawa to be present for the final report of the six-year Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) are relying on the kindness of strangers and churches along the way.

Archbishop Josiah Idowu-Fearon, the next secretary general of the Anglican Communion looks forward to meeting Anglicans around the globe “and make sure that Anglicans live Anglicanism.” Photo: Sue Careless

Building bridges a priority for Idowu-Fearon

The next secretary general of the Anglican Communion, Archbishop Josiah Idowu-Fearon, is well known for his work in reconciliation between Muslims and Christians in Nigeria.

Churches pressure Canadian oil company

Church shareholders in a Calgary oil company working in Sudan are worried that revenues from oil production are supporting the Sudanese government in the north

Charges discussed openly

Lee After two priests from the Diocese of Rupert’s Land were charged with sexual offences that dated back to the 1960s, Bishop Patrick Lee did

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