Listening can be a scary thing to do because it is such a commitment to actually sit and open our ears and heart to someone else. By Laurel Pattenden
Rev. Canon Keith Nethery’s account of theological consultations on medical assistance in dying (Huron University College, Nov. 29 and 30)
HCN in conversation with Dr. Theo Boer, the Dutch theologian and the professor of health care ethics.
Medical assistance id dying: a theological consultation for Canadian Anglicans at Huron University College, under the auspices of Huron’s Centre for Public Theology. By Dr. Gary Badcock
An episcopal election is somewhat like an Advent journey and so the purple bishop tree is a meaningful metaphor for this moment in the life of our diocese. By Chris Brouillard-Coyle
St. James’ Westminster Anglican Church, London, Ontario
Advent defined: arrival that has been awaited (especially of something momentous). The Messiah, the Saviour, will finally arrive.
Have you ever stopped to think just how many times you have recited the Lord’s Prayer during your lifetime? By Rev. Canon Val Kenyon