by Dave Witt Last March, over 350 people from more than 40 churches came together for the TrueCity Festival to … Continue reading TrueCity — Developing supporting ligaments
by Riley Boyd In April, I was freshly out of my first year at Wilfrid Laurier University and in desperate … Continue reading Working for the Diocese – from a summer student
by Sue Crawford Mary Magdalene was there. Ever since I wrote an article for the Niagara Anglican’s Lenten studies on … Continue reading Who are the Mary Magdalenes in your parish?
Hollis asked his Facebook friends to complete the sentence, “Jesus is …”, and received the following replies. Lord of my … Continue reading Jesus is …
HOLLIStorial by Hollis Hiscock It all started innocently enough. I was preparing a sermon/homily on the Gospel (Matthew 16:13-20) where … Continue reading Who is Jesus to me?
Chiamatemi Francesco: Il Papa della Gente (Call me Francis: The People’s Pope) directed by Daniele Luchetti, 2015 Review by Eleanor … Continue reading Review: The People’s Pope
by Hollis Hiscock Dancers, singers and musicians performed on the band shell stage, attendees sampled ethnic food, children played games … Continue reading Harvesting diversity from different cultures and faiths
by Stuart Pike The idea for One Burlington Festival started shortly after the horrendous shooting at the Quebec City Mosque … Continue reading One Burlington Festival – a personal story
The Right Reverend Michael Bird announced his intention to conclude his ministry as Bishop of Niagara Diocese, effective June 1, … Continue reading Bishop stepping down
by Ruth Roberts The Most Reverend Robert J. Renison was born in Ireland in 1875 and came to northern Ontario … Continue reading Through a Canadian stained glass window – Robert John Renison