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Small steps taken towards greater unity

A historic, week-long meeting in Mississauga, Ont., of Anglican and Roman Catholic bishops from around the world produced many statements of goodwill and small steps

Church to hire political organizer

The church is planning to hiring a “political organizer” to seek out people in the dioceses who are personally acquainted with members of Parliament, especially

Turbulent bishop’ too hot for parish

A tentative invitation to Bishop John Spong to speak at an Anglican parish in Ontario was withdrawn. John Shelby Spong, who has been described as

Anglican, RC world leaders meet

Archbishop of Canterbury George Carey called for Roman Catholic and Anglican churches to work towards unity at a choral evensong May 17 at St. Michael’s

Cuba hosts Partners

Pike With the possibility of bankruptcy hanging over the church, Partners in Mission – the church’s international relations arm – considered the unusual question, “Should

Art exhibit dismays parishioners

‘Am I treading on someone’s toes? Absolutely and I want to. What better thing would Jesus have wanted than for people to be real with

Seafarers adapt to changing times

Rev. J. David Mulholland is conducting the weekly pub lunch at the Missions to Seamen on the Toronto docks and he’s waving raffle tickets at

World responds to Mozambique floods

Sengulane The devastating floods that recently hit Mozambique have prompted immediate aid from Anglican relief agencies and galvanized calls for debt forgiveness. In Canada, the

Niagara confronts cash woes

Spence Commenting that ?the Visa bill has come due,? Bishop Ralph Spence has begun trying to dig the Diocese of Niagara out of a $2-million

New church for Inuvik

Chris Robertson helped raise money for a new Anglican church in Inuvik. The federal government, not aboriginal plaintiffs, is behind many of the residential schools

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