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Ford MatchimColumns

Reasonable and Probable Grounds to Believe

To believe or not believe in a person, idea, or thing, requires us to exercise our mind and our judgment. We tend to internalize the …

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The Rev’d Cynthia Haines-TurnerColumns

Thursdays In Black: Why it Matters

I first heard of wearing black on Thursdays when I was a partner from the Anglican Church of Canada to the National Church Council of …

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The Rev'd Jonathan RoweColumns

Speaking of Mental Health…

Conversations about mental health are important conversations to have. We’re getting better about having them and treating them as normally as we would treat conversations …

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Kevin SmithColumns

Denise Rees: A Glowing Example of Witnessing

Over the past 22 years I have been blessed to encounter some marvellous individuals who have contributed significantly to their church. One such individual was …

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Melanie ClarkeColumns

Have Faith

The past couple of years have been particularly challenging for most of us. We have endured a pandemic, several life-changing storms, inflation, food insecurity, joblessness, …

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Emily F. RoweColumns

Corrections and Comments from the Editor

There were two misprints in the Septmeber issue of Anglican Life that I wish to correct. The first is that the article titled “Lenten Quiet …

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The Rev’d Michael LiColumns

God’s Creation Was Good

God is God: self-existent, self-sufficient, and eternal. He is perfect in power, goodness, and wisdom. He alone is perfect. God has no beginning or end …

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Justin Welby, Archbishop of Canterbury, delivers his third and final keynote address to the 2022 Lambeth Conference held at The University of Kent in the United Kingdom.
The Rev'd Canon Jeffrey PettenColumns

Lambeth and COVID

On the evening of Saturday, July 30th, 2022, I went to bed with a sore throat. After the week I had which entailed a visit …

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Melanie ClarkeColumns

Lessons to a Child

When I was a little girl, my father would take us to Chance Cove, Trinity Bay every summer to visit his family. As I was …

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The Rev’d James SpencerColumns

It’s Not Just Them. It’s Us Too.

Have you ever noticed that divisions between people generally exist upon lines of privilege or hardship? It’s true. Take any two groups and see what …

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