Archive for May 2013

Count your blessings

Didn’t make it onto the yearly roll call of the mega-wealthy? Now’s your chance to find out where you actually sit in comparison to the rest of the world. You will be amazed about how blessed we are and just what proportion of our sisters and brothers throughout the world are in dire need. See where…

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Second-largest religious faith in Canada? Nothing

The new National Household Survey suggests we could be becoming so. While the largest faith in Canada remains Christianity, nearly one-quarter of Canada’s population has no religious affiliation, according to the 2011 National Household Survey released Wednesday. That’s roughly 7.8 million people who don’t identify with a religion, up from 16.5 per cent of the population a decade…

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Anglican Communion releases report on Bible in the life of the Church

The Anglican Communion has released a report on its “Bible in the Life of the Church” project, entitled Deep Engagement, Fresh Discovery. In the Foreword, the Rt. Rev. Rowan Williams, who was the Archbishop of Canterbury at the time of the report’s publication, writes: “One of the things that I personally hope this project will help…

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Blessings and thanks to Meghan

  The Sixth Sunday of Easter, 5 May, was Meghan Dunford’s last Sunday with the parish in her capacity as Lay Reader. “It is a great loss to our community to have Meghan move away from our area,” The Reverend Glenn Empey remarked. “I know she has attended the parish since she was a young girl. She has served…

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