Sean Frankling


  • Sean Frankling

    Sean Frankling’s experience includes newspaper reporting as well as writing for video and podcast media. He’s been chasing stories since his first co-op for Toronto’s Gleaner Community Press at age 19. He studied journalism at Carleton University and has written for the Toronto Star, WatchMojo and other outlets.


Rachael Parker elected bishop of Brandon

Archdeacon Rachael Parker, a self-described “cradle Anglican” with experience priesting in Ontario, Nova Scotia and Alberta, was elected bishop of the diocese of Brandon Nov.

Gentle outreach, deep questions

Church leaders reflect on what it takes to rebuild public trust SPLINTERED TRUST: Rebuilding the church’s public image Second of a two-part series About 150

Church targeted in ‘malicious cyber attack’: Primate

The office of General Synod has been targeted by cyber attackers who stole money from its bank account, announced Archbishop Linda Nicholls, primate of the Anglican Church of Canada in a Nov. 25 session of the Council of General Synod (CoGS).

Anglican, Lutheran leaders criticize Canada’s response to Gaza war

In a Nov. 17 open letter to Prime Minister Trudeau, heads of the Anglican Church of Canada and Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada (ELCIC) question the government of Canada’s commitment to safeguarding the human rights of Palestinians living in Gaza, expressing shock and disappointment with Canada’s recent voting record at the United Nations and failure, in their words, to directly condemn Israel’s attacks on United Nations Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA) schools.

Sowing food security awareness

Diocese of Qu’Appelle, PWRDF join Grow Hope Saskatchewan The first year of Anglican participation in an agricultural famine relief charity is aimed at raising awareness

Preaching the gospel to a wary world

Step one, some priests say, is making space for people’s anger SPLINTERED TRUST: Rebuilding the church’s public image First of a two-part series When she

Reaching out to diaspora Christians

“When I came here [to Canada] in 1996, I was alone. I was lonely and scared. The first thing I looked for is a church,”

Western fires wreak havoc

PWRDF starts fund for in-Canada emergencies as blazes spur N.W.T. exodus, claim B.C. Anglican camp Wildfires in western Canada this summer forced residents to evacuate

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