At the recent Electoral Assembly for the Territory of the People, the Ven. Lincoln Mckoen was elected as the first Bishop of the Territory of the People.
The Reverend Canon Dr. Todd Townshend, the Dean of the Faculty of Theology at Huron University College, was elected 14th Bishop of Huron on October 26.
This column was originally published in the December print edition of the Anglican Journal. By William G. Cliff The two thousand year old birth of a refugee child in Bethlehem should make no difference at all. There was no one expecting this child to be born except his mother and embarrassed father. Israel is entirely … Continued
Over 80 students gathered this fall to take a journey into the Gospel of Luke, thanks to a new course offered by Montreal Diocesan Theological College. “Luke: A Journey with Jesus” represented a new offering from the college, widely known simply as Montreal Dio. Rather than making students come to traffic-choked downtown Montreal for continuing … Continued
Pastoral Elder Jimmy Toodlican has died Last evening news reached me that Pastoral Elder Jimmy Toodlican died suddenly yesterday Nov 9th, 2018.
Coadjutor Bishop-elect Asbil, 57, was elected on the third ballot.
Elected the 12th Archbishop and Metropolitan of the Ecclesiastical Province of BC and Yukon on the First Ballot.
The Right Reverend Susan Bell has become the first woman ordained to serve as coadjutor bishop of the Anglican Diocese of Niagara after a historic and sacred service at Christ’s Church Cathedral in Hamilton on Saturday, May 5.
There has been an election of coadjutor bishop of Niagara on the fifth ballot. Votes for each candidate in the order of laity and in the order of clergy, respectively: Susan Bell: 95, 47 Robert Fead: 84, 41 Votes needed to be elected: 90 in the order of laity, 45 in the order of clergy … Continued
To the Clergy and People of the Diocese of Brandon
The following candidates, having been nominated by synod council, have indicated to the Electoral Synod Nominations and Planning Committee their willingness to stand for election as coadjutor bishop.
As leaders of minority faith communities in Quebec we feel compelled to express our deep distress at the manner in which the religious neutrality law passed by the National Assembly implicitly targets another minority religious group in this province.
Approximately twenty laity and clergy gathered in Saskatoon, June 6-9, to consider how to equip and encourage a new generation of ministry leaders in the Anglican Provinces of British Columbia and Rupert’s Land.
It’s the first Treaty signed in Western Canada and it was signed before there even was a Canada. It marks the beginning of the relationship between First Nations and the Crown in Western Canada.
Recently, I took part in the Pilgrimage for Indigenous Rights, organized by Mennonite Church Canada and Christian Peacemaker Teams ‒ Indigenous Peoples’ Solidarity Project. Between April 22 and May 14, 30-60 people from diverse ages, stories, and backgrounds participated in this 600km walk.