Anglican Journal


Waiting for Godot…er, adulthood

“When is it a young person’s time?” asks youth co-ordinator Phil Colvin. I’m glad that Colin McComb’s letter [Dress codes a good way to start]

Dream of a better world for all, Tutu tells graduates

Anglican Archbishop Desmond Tutu addresses Gonzaga University graduates in Spokane, Washington. Photo: Rajah Bose/Gonzaga University Nobel Prize Laureate and Anglican Archbishop Desmond Tutu on May

Imus earns his retirement

Imus, the hardworking seeing eye dog. Photo: Catharine Midgley On Sunday, May 6th at the Church of the Ascension in Port Perry, Ont., the Reverend

Toronto-area survivors will have a chance to share their school experiences at public statement gatherings throughout the conference on May 31-June 2. Photo: Marites N. Sison

TRC to host Toronto conference

Toronto will get a chance to learn more about the legacy of the Indian residential school system and take part in a dialogue to promote

Occupy Faith will trek 62 miles to Canterbury

Interfaith pilgrimage to Canterbury Cathedral in June will protest economic injustice. A group of faith leaders announced on May in London’s St. Paul’s Cathedral that

Anglican Journal recognized with 14 awards

Anglican Journal’s special supplement, Report on Education (November 2011), won an award of excellence for design. Chicago—The Anglican Journal has received 14 awards, including two