Leanne Larmondin



Primate apologizes

Anglicans failed native people, themselves and God with their involvement in residential schools, said Archbishop Michael Peers, the primate of the Anglican Church of Canada, as he delivered an apology at the second national native convocation, held here last month. 

Why an independent editorial policy?

It says a great deal about the Anglican Church of Canada that it long ago enshrined the concept of editorial independence in the charter of

Journal wins six international awards

Orlando, Fla.The Anglican Journal won six awards, including two awards of excellence (first place awards) at the Associated Church Press (ACP) annual convention here. The

Making connections with the primate

In a church that places great importance on its records, its archives, Archbishop Michael Peers can trace every town and country he has travelled, every

Ashdown is chosen to succeed Beardy

Big Trout Lake, Ont. The diocese of Keewatin has chosen its executive archdeacon to be the new diocesan bishop. Archdeacon David Ashdown was elected on

Cruickshank makes resignation official

Kamloops, B.C. Bishop Jim Cruickshank of the diocese of Cariboo has officially announced his resignation by year’s end, a few weeks after confirming that the

Healing coordinator is hired

Toronto Esther Wesley, a well-known member of church committees and networks at the national and diocesan levels, has been hired as General Synod’s indigenous healing

Women’s role paramount

100 years ago: April 1900 Canadian Churchman reported that we may smile at some of the forms taken by the movement on behalf of the

Women’s role paramount

Calendar The Montreal Alpha Conference, the first French Alpha conference in North America takes place on April 8 and 9 with Marc Florence de Leyritz.

Getting the word out, for a price

Toronto With both of them in the same business of getting the word out, some Canadian churches and cellular phone companies are entering into agreements

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