The Arts, Indian Horse, and a Firestorm

Tuesday July 20, 2021 In today’s Morning Prayer with the garden congregation from Canterbury Cathedral Dean Robert began with a rather long list of pressing global concerns: The fatal deluge of flooding in Western Europe; the human rights abuses presently enacted on minority populations and young male adults in Burma/Myanmar; firestorms in the United States;... Continue Reading →

On Taking Responsibility

A friend recently asked me how Canadian Anglicans have responded to the challenges of reconciliation and find hope for healing, especially following the discovery of unmarked graves at the Kamloops Roman Catholic Residential School. Our own Anglican school, located a few hours drive from Kamloops in Lytton BC has its own shameful record of "missing... Continue Reading →

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