Diane Paquette



Ecclesiastical Province
of Ontario

Focus on healing The Diocese of Keewatin?s synod in March focused on healing and reconciliation within Native communities, against the background of revelations of abuse

Ecclesiastical Province of Rupert’s Land

Hollowell consecrated Ven. Barry Hollowell took an ecumenical approach to his installation as the bishop of the Diocese of Calgary. He was ordained and consecrated

Exorcisms on rise in Britian

General Synod of the Church of England has ordered an investigation into the increasing number of unauthorized and potentially dangerous exorcisms. A growing number of

Amber light for same-sex blessings

He calls it “justice denied,” but Michael Ingham, Bishop of New Westminster, will delay a decision on approving relationships between committed gays and lesbians for

Inuit lean on faith after avalanche

St. Andrew’s Church in Kangiqsualujjuaq, northern Quebec, is dark and cold since experts ruled it’s not safe to worship there after a deadly avalanche in

Fundraising appeals fall short of 1998 goals

Both the Anglican Appeal and the Anglican Journal Appeal fell short of their fundraising goals for 1998. Gail Holland, co-ordinator of the Anglican Appeal, said

Caledonia faces challenge with hope

The plight of people on the East Coast has been well documented over the past few years with the collapse of fish stocks and the

Spirituality meets the news

Some people think if Jesus were alive today, he would want to be on television. A new program on CBC News-world and Vision TV would

Diocese defies West Coast stereotypes

Two factors spring to mind immediately when Bishop Barry Jenks is asked to describe what makes the Diocese of British Columbia distinct: a continuing influx

Bell tower death prompts inspections

Archbishop David Crawley has ordered inspections of all church bells in the Diocese of Kootenay after a freak accident in which a parishioner was killed

Natives say spirituality led to firing

The chief of the predominantly Anglican Lac La Ronge Indian Band in Saskatchewan is determined not to compensate or hire back three fired Native justice

Legal fees cause deficit

A proposal to review salaries of the primate and bishops, a discussion of the Anglican Journal’s coverage and a decrying of hate crimes against gays

Hymn book release celebrated

Anglicans had to navigate through crushing crowds of excited children attending the annual Santa Claus Parade in Toronto, but that didn’t stop 250 people gathering

Bishop plans mission trip

BISHOP MALCOLM Harding of Brandon has the year 2000 circled on his calendar, and it’s not because he’s worried about the millennium bug. The bishop

Carey lends political clout

Frustrated by lack of government assistance and dwarfed by the Roman Catholic population, Anglicans in Central America turned to the Archbishop of Canterbury for clout

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