Articles, letters, and writing by and about Mark MacDonald, National Indigenous Anglican Archbishop. Archbishop Mark also writes a monthly column, Walking Together, for the Anglican Journal.

Statement from the Primate and the National Indigenous Anglican Bishop July 18, 2013 - The news of Federal Government tests on the effects of malnutrition on aboriginal children throughout Northern Manitoba in the 1940s is appalling. To have used the schools as labs and the children as the subjects of experiment is so inhumane. It is another tragic chapter in the long once-hidden story of the Indian Residential Schools.
Bishop to receive Queen’s Jubilee Medal January 31, 2013 - On Saturday, Feb. 2, the Anglican Church of Canada's first National Indigenous Bishop, Mark MacDonald, will receive the Queen's Diamond Jubilee Medal at Queen's Park, Toronto.
Anglican leaders ask Harper to meet with Theresa Spence January 2, 2013 - What follows is the text of a letter from Archbishop Fred Hiltz, Primate of the Anglican Church of Canada, and other Anglican leaders to Prime Minister Stephen Harper.
A Walk for the People: Walking the Dream July 2, 2012 - Eighteen years ago, this statement of Covenant was made:
Indigenous leaders commit to Northern Manitoba area mission February 16, 2011 - Indigenous Anglican leaders in northern Manitoba have committed to developing an area mission that would include sections from the dioceses of Brandon and Keewatin. At a Feb. 12 meeting in Opaskwayak Cree Nation, Man., representatives from 25 Anglican churches agreed that by Dec. 31, 2011, they would raise more than $34,000, establish a regional sacred circle gathering, and elect a bishop.